Power Vac America joins two Respected Organizations
Power Vac America, to constantly operate in a more knowledgeable fashion and to better understand our customers overall problems and requirements, has become a proud member of two more prestigious professional organizations.
The Association of Chief Operating Engineers (ACOE) and the Mechanical Contractor Association of Houston (MCA) . Both of these groups were formed in the early 1950’s to promote knowledge and professional growth in their respective areas. Power Vac America is excited and looking forward to supporting these organizations, their bylaws and code of ethics.
Association of Chief Operating Engineers
The ACOE is a 501(C)3 Non-profit Educational Organization. Established in 1952. Run by dedicated volunteers who want to make a difference. Our goal is quality through education.
It is the objective of the A.C.O.E. to maintain the Association as an organization of Chief Engineers, or the industrial equivalent thereof, who have a special interest in the practices of plant engineering. The organizational activity, within the scope of this specialized field of interest, shall be dedicated to the improvement of service to its members, their employing companies, the engineering profession and the community. Association activities shall be directed to accomplish the specific objectives of education, the exchange of information, plant tours and service on governmental Licensing boards and Industrial Code Boards.
It is an objective of the Association to provide, through an apprenticeship program, a better qualified Stationary Engineer and to promote the welfare and raise the standard of Engineers by instituting educational programs within our organization.
The Association emphasizes supervisory concepts and helps the Engineer better direct and motivate his own staff and interface effectively with other areas of management.
The Association strives to enhance the prestige and professional status of Stationary Engineers and, when appropriate, to serve as a “Voice of the Stationary Engineer”.
It is a goal of this Association to maintain an effective level of membership participation
Mechanical Contractor Association of Houston
The Mechanical Contractors Association of Houston was chartered in 1950, to promote the mechanical contracting industry and to foster the exchange of ideas, technical data and business information between it’s members.
MCA provides an organized and efficient means to represent it’s members in communicating with other contractor associations, awarding authorities and local, state and federal elected officials and regulatory agencies.
MCA serves as a clearinghouse of information, keeping our members informed on issues related to the industry.