About the Committee Days Meeting
At NIA, "committee" means action. That's why the Committee Days 2014 meeting is the place to be if you want to influence the direction of the industry, learn the latest trends, and get involved. No matter what sector of the mechanical insulation industry you represent, there is a place for you at Committee Days. To learn more about NIA Committees, their purposes, and action items, click here.
To view photos of the Committee Days 2013, click here.
What to Expect
For 2 days, NIA members, (and for the first time this year–non-members are invited), come together at committee meetings to learn about industry trends, receive updates on programs, cover the latest business topics, and then assemble at an industry luncheon to see firsthand how NIA is working to share the benefits of mechanical insulation with legislators and industry leaders.
Attendees should plan to participate in a committee meeting specific to their industry segment: merit contractors, union contractors, manufacturers, or distributors and fabricators. NIA's technical information and health and safety committees also meet to address more specific issues that affect all industry segments and provide useful knowledge that you can take back to your company. Committee meetings, the industry luncheon, and the networking reception all offer unique ways for you to meet with your industry colleagues and make new business connections.
Who Should Attend
Making connections is more important than ever in today's business environment, and this is an opportunity for you to meet NIA members and your peers in the industry. This year, Committee Days welcomes current and prospective members, and anyone in the mechanical insulation industry who wants to learn more about the work of NIA, its impact on the industry, and the benefits of NIA membership.
Learn More About Committees
To get involved in a committee, join NIA, or if you have questions, please contact Kristin DiDomenico at email@example.com, or by phone at 703-464-6422, ext.115.
NIA Committees You Can Attend
- Health and Safety
- Merit Contractors
- Technical Information
- Union Contractors