Sean Duffy was installed as the 2015 President of MCAMW MCAMW

Sean Duffy was installed as the 2015 President of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington.

Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington announces 2015 president

Sean Duffy, of H&D Mechanical, was installed as the 2015 President of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington (MCAMW) at its January monthly dinner meeting.

Duffy and Erik Harley founded H&D Mechanical in 2009, a mid-size mechanical contractor based in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. H&D has an established record of superior work in a variety of settings, including medical, scientific and commercial projects.

Duffy completed his Bachelor of Science degree from the Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1987. He completed his five year Plumbers Union Apprenticeship program in 1991, graduating with Salutatorian honors. Mr. Duffy has been an active member of the Mechanical Contractors Association for many years.

Duffy resides in Severna Park, Maryland with his wife, Debra, and their two children, Shane and Megan.

Other elected officers include: President-Elect Chuck Noyes, Noyes Air Conditioning Contractors, Inc.; Secretary-Treasurer John Geiling, JPG Plumbing Services, Inc.; Immediate Past President Lou Boland, BOLAND; Board Members through 2015 Jim Blackwell, BPI Mechanical Construction Inc. and Jody Ralston, High Purity Systems, Inc.; Board Members through 2016 Tim Kirlin, American Combustion Industries, Inc. and Mark Crockett, Crockett Facilities Services, Inc.; Board Service Bureau Representative Steve Mack, Emcor Services Combustioneer Corp.; and Board Plumbing Bureau Representative Lou Spencer, Pierce Associates, Inc.

The Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington is a 126 year-old organization composed of 75 union mechanical contractors in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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