Contractor certification under development by MSCC and BOMA
August 13, 2016 | By HPAC Magazine
The Mechanical Service Contractors of Canada (MSCC) has been working with the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA) to develop the MSCC National Certification program. After several years of discussions, MSCC has agreed to partner to promote the national contractor certification program to BOMA members. This will provide them with a list of pre-qualified companies they can source to do work on their buildings. The MSCC executive will be working closely with BOMA representatives to refine the program and determine the appropriate promotional strategies.
MSCC contractor certification is exclusive to MSCC members. To find out how your company can become certified, visit servicecontractor.ca or tel. 613.232.0492 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Canada is the voice of the Canadian commercial real estate industry with over 3,200 members in regional associations across Canada. On behalf of the building owners, managers, developers, facilities managers, asset managers, leasing agents, brokers, and the product and service providers to over 2.1 billion square feet of commercial real estate in Canada, BOMA Canada addresses issues of national concern, and promotes excellence in the industry through information, education advocacy and recognition.
The Mechanical Service Contractors of Canada is a division of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada. It is dedicated exclusively to mechanical contractors in the service, repair and retrofit industry.