D. Patrick Lynch, CCI Mechanical, recently completed his term as Western Mechanical Conference Chairman following the successful completion of their annual meeting in early April. The meeting was held in Santa Barbara, California, and hosted labor and management leaders from across the Western States and Canada. The Western Mechanical Labor Management Conference was founded in order to represent the organized industry in the Western States. The Conference brings leadership together to address pressing industry issues and keep members informed of current events and changes related to the Mechanical and Plumbing Industry.
Patrick served as the Conference Chairman, and under his leadership focused the 2019 conference on a variety of topics, including a presentation by C. Richard Barnes titled “Will Future Leaders Exercise Power of Gain Authority.” Additionally, attendees discussed the UA Water Quality Program and received national updates from MCAA President, Brian Helm and UA Administrative Assistant to General President, Chris Haslinger.
The next Western Mechanical Conference will be held on April 15 – 17, 2020 in Palm Spring, California. Registration is forthcoming, for more information visit their website here.