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SMACNA Arizona, the Arizona Chapter of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association, has announced that University Mechanical of Tempe has won a national Safety Excellence Award for the seventh time.  

University Mechanical was recognized nationally in the category of more than 500,000 man-hours worked per year.  It is the only Arizona company to be recognized.

 “This is a tremendous achievement for University Mechanical and represents the industry and SMACNA Arizona contractors well,” said Carol Goguen, executive director of SMACNA Arizona.  “Safety is always a top priority for our contractors, who demonstrate it on their jobsites every day.   Recognition like this is also a direct reflection on the high quality craftsmanship they deliver day-in and day-out.”

The union contractors who comprise the SMACNA Arizona chapter are dedicated to progressive actions that improve both the trade and the construction industry.

SMACNA Arizona is committed to quality work and ensuring quality workers for the future. SMACNA is an international association of union contractors in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry representing 4,500 contributing contractor firms.  The organization is focused on upholding the highest standards of quality and excellence in all facets of the sheet metal and air conditioning industry. To demonstrate that commitment, SMACNA Arizona has contributed more than $2.5 million statewide toward skills training and apprenticeships programs. For more information on SMACNA Arizona, visit or call (602) 734-0214.   You can also find SMACNA Arizona on Facebook:

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