About MCAM

Who we are

Mechanical Contractors construct and service mechanical infrastructure; including specialized process piping and equipment, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire suppression, automated controls, refrigeration, insulation and independent testing and balancing.

The circulation and nervous system of a vertical infrastructure.

Our Values

STANDARDS High professional standards for members

AUTHENTIC COMMUNICATION Transparent, open communication and active listening

DIVERSITY In our membership, workforce and leadership

ADAPTABILITY Change and the willingness to adapt quickly

GROWTH Training and education

Our Mission

To be the unified voice and provide leadership for the mechanical contracting industry

in Manitoba.

Our Vision

Qualified MCAM Members constructing and servicing safe and essential infrastructure.

What is a mechanical contractor?

Mechanical contractors are engaged in the installation, service, and maintenance of systems, including specialized process piping and equipment, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire suppression, automated controls, refrigeration, insulation and independent testing and balancing.

Who is MCAM - why do we exist?

MCAM is an autonomous, non-profit trade association created as per the Letters Patent to "support and promote the advancement of the plumbing, heating, pipefitting and mechanical industries and the association and its membership." MCAM is accountable to Industry membership and is overseen by a Board of Directors representative of a cross spectrum of the Mechanical Industry. This includes Union and Non-Union shops, urban and rural, residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial constructors and/or service providers, suppliers, and affiliate associations (CASA, MICA, TAB, MASMAHC, CIPH and ACEC).

MCAM provides leadership to the Industry in areas consistent with a membership driven strategic plan. MCAM's 2017-2022 strategic plan identifies Government Partnership & Advocacy, Member Engagement and Recruitment, Enhancing External Relationships, Education and MCAM Organizational Development as key objectives of the association. The Board of Directors reviews the relevancy of the association objectives every 5 years.

Bylaws

The MCAM Bylaws are determined by the membership. The Board of Directors reviews the Association Bylaws annually to ensure the Association is following the intentions of the membership as well as provide amendment recommendation for consideration at the AGM.

Please contact ramona@mcamb.ca should you have bylaw amendments for consideration.

A current version of the Bylaws may be found here.

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