OTTAWA—The Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) has announced the election of Wayne Davidson of Burnaby, B.C. as president and chairman of its board of directors at its annual general meeting.
Davidson, an executive with Davidson Bros. Mechanical Contractors, replaces Dave Holek, of Belle River, Ont.
“I am extremely proud to be stepping into the role of MCA Canada president and chair as we look ahead to 2022,” said Davidson in a statement. “For a national association representing close to 1,000 members across the country, this marks a great opportunity to begin reconnecting with our members as we transition to more in-person events. I see tremendous opportunity for MCA Canada to engage with our members in a meaningful way over the coming year, and I am excited about what we can accomplish.”
In his outgoing president’s address, Holek noted the adoption of a new strategic plan for the association, ongoing advocacy efforts, education initiatives and steps to address industry practice issues among important efforts of his term.
“Our message has been, and will continue to be, that a vibrant and capable mechanical contracting sector is critical to a healthy economy, and to the health and safety of Canadians,” added Davidson in acknowledging the work of Holek. “Working together with our partners will help us deliver this message nationally, while focusing on key issues for the betterment of our sector and our members.”