The Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation

provides a solid foundation for the growth and success of the mechanical contracting industry.

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The brain trust of the Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation is its Partnership Enterprise. This auspicious group of industry companies and organizations is the "eyes and ears" of the industry, its "early warning radar." Through ongoing dialogue and business relationships, Partnership Enterprise members provide the Foundation with intelligence about new and emerging issues that will either challenge or benefit the industry, or both. For example, it was input from a number of Partnership Enterprise members that provided the impetus for MCERF to fund a study on the future of the mechanical contracting industry, leading to the development and publication of The Five Key Trends for the Future of the Mechanical Contracting Industry. From this study came a myriad of other research issues and products, such as Spanish-language Safety products, a Value Chain guidance document, and a study on Green Buildings.

The Partnership Enterprise is those companies, local affiliated associations, manufacturer/suppliers, and other organizations who have given $100,000 or more to MCERF.

Displaying 41 - 50 of 52 Supporters
Governor $100,000 — $175,000
Company Type Contact
McClure Company, Inc. Mechanical Contractors Thomas F. Brown Jr.
Harrisburg, PA
McKinstry Company Mechanical Contractors David E. Allen
Seattle, WA
Michigan MCA Local Affiliate Cynthia Maher
Lansing, MI
Minnesota Mechanical Contractors Assn. Local Affiliate Steven G. Pettersen
St. Paul, MN
MSCA Bureau Rockville, MD
Mueller Industries, Inc. Manufacturer/Suppliers Mr. Brian Caufield
Memphis, TN
Murphy Company Mechanical Contractors James J. Murphy Jr.
Saint Louis, MO
NCPWB Bureau Rockville, MD
QuickPen - A Division of Trimble Manufacturer/Suppliers Morton Massey
Englewood, CO
SIEMENS Manufacturer/Suppliers Jerry Shay
Buffalo Grove, IL