Chuck Noyes of Noyes Air Conditioning, Inc., was installed as the 2016 President of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington (MCAMW) at their January monthly dinner meeting.
Chuck Noyes founded Noyes Air Conditioning (NAC) in 1983, a mid-size HVAC mechanical contractor based in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Rooted in the service side of the industry, NAC offers a fully array of services from maintenance contracts to complete system renovations. Today the firm focuses mostly on energy related projects helping to make buildings more comfortable while saving owners precious dollars in reduced utility costs through the use of technologies.
As a teenager, Noyes began his career in the industry working as a parts counter clerk for a compressor remanufacturing company. In 1974, he entered Steamfitter’s Local 602 apprenticeship program and a few years after graduating became a partner in a newly formed service company, TAC-COM, Inc., where he served as both VP and service technician. Having different visions for the future than his partners, three years later he left and formed NAC. Over the years, he has been instrumental in forming several other companies, HVAC Concepts, Inc., Water Treatment Specialists, Inc. and The Remington Group, but has since sold his interests in these businesses to focus on NAC.
Noyes currently resides in Woodbine, Maryland with his wife, Linda and his children, Rob a fourth generation Steamfitter, and Jessica. He became a proud grandfather in December 2014.
Other elected officers include: President-Elect John Geiling, John Geiling, JPG Plumbing Services, Inc.; Secretary-Treasurer Matt Corrigan, Limbach Company, LLC; Immediate Past President Sean Duffy, H & D Mechanical, LLC; Board Members through 2016 Tim Kirlin, American Combustion Industries, Inc. and Mark Crockett, Crockett Facilities Services, Inc.; Board Members through 2017 Dan Aghdam, RM Thornton Mechanical and Jay Schwab, W.E. Bowers, Inc.; Board Service Bureau Representative Steve Mack, MECCO, Inc..; and Board Plumbing Bureau Representative Lou Spencer, Dominion Mechanical Contracting, Inc.
The Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington is a one hundred and twenty-seven (127) year-old organization composed of 75 union mechanical contractors in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. This Association represents contractors in the DC, Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland areas and is a local affiliate of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA), a major trade group in the United States that represents plumbing, heating, piping and air conditioning contractors.
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