Contractor Certification: From Recognition to Requirement
May 30, 2019, 5 – 8 pm – Tyson’s Corner, Virginia
Our dinner meeting is the best place in the Northern Virginia, Washington and Baltimore region to network with people in the cold-formed steel industry: Contractors, suppliers, manufacturers, and designers are always part of the mix. Our dinners provide you the opportunity to:
- Network with industry colleagues during our cocktail hour.
- Learn about important industry topics (many of which include continuing education credits) from various industry experts.
Larry Williams-Executive Director, Steel Framing Industry Association (SFIA)
Technically, a contractor only needs a license to do business and certifications for specific types of work. But the world is changing. Increasingly contractors are looking for a competitive edge and a way to help improve quality control and efficiency. Longer-term, the codes and standards are gradually moving toward requiring special inspections on load bearing cold-formed steel installations. This program shares case studies into how some cold-formed steel contractors are successfully incorporating certification programs into their business model, and takes a look ahead at what the industry is doing to anticipate what CFS contractors may need in the future to address code requirements.
Maggiano’s Little Italy, Tyson’s Corner
2001 International Drive, McLean, VA
Visit www.maggiano’s.com for directions
- $50 for MASFA members; $60 for non-members pre-registered by May 23, 2019;
- $65 for members and non-members after May 23, 2019;
- and $85 for any attendee payable at door (space permitting).
- No refunds will be provided after May 23, 2019.
$250 which includes one dinner, a tabletop to display your company’s products/services, listings in event promotional material (including mailings), and an opportunity to speak to the group for five minutes.