Online Forms

Industry Advancement Forms

All requests must be submitted 24 hours before bid time.

This request will expire in 90 days unless an extension is applied for, and granted by LU 464

No request will be awarded unless required fields are completed in full.

Project Name*

Davis Bacon YesNo

Project Address:
Street*

City*

State*

Zip*

Architect/Engineer*

Bid Date*

Time of Bid*
AMPM

Start Date*

Completion Date*

Name of Union Contractor*

Company Representative*

Representative Email*

Job Type*:
Maintenance/ServiceConstruction

Check the appropriate boxes below for the types of work being bid*:
Steam and CondensateHeating WaterChilled WaterMed-GasHeat PumpsProcessed PipingGas PipingSplit SystemsUnderground UtilitiesWaste & VentDomestic WaterCondensate DrainsGeo-Thermal LoopRefrigerant PipingAir PipingEquipment SettingService InstallService PM

Describe Scope of Work*

Estimated Hours*

Apprentice Estimated Hours*

Pre-Apprentice Estimated Hours*


By pressing send this form will automatically be e-mailed to Local 464 and MCA-Omaha.

Contractor*

Job Name*

Union Job Number Assigned*

Original Bid Date*

Contractor Representative*

Email*

Today's Date*

Reason extension is being requested*:

Notice of Termination

Notice of Termination forms will be submitted to both MCA-Omaha and either Local 16 or Local 464.

First Name*

Last Name*

Middle Initial

Date of Hire*

Date of Termination*

Type of Work*
IndustrialCommercialShopResidential

Desire for Rehire*
YesNo

Reason for Termination*:

Please select only one category and then check the appropriate box(es) below.

Layoff
Reduction in ForceJob CompletionShut Down

Discharge
Misconduct on JobAbsenteeViolation of ContractExcessive Loss of ToolsUnable to Perform Work Assigned

Voluntary Quit
DissatisfactionLeaving TownSickness

Tools Checked in Satisfactorily*
YesNo


Termination Comments

Contractor Company*

Your Name*

Your Email*


Notice of Termination forms will be submitted to both MCA-Omaha and Local 16.

First Name*

Last Name*

Middle Initial

Date of Hire*

Date of Termination*

Type of Work*
IndustrialCommercialShopResidential

Desire for Rehire*
YesNo

Reason for Termination*:

Please select only one category and then check the appropriate box(es) below.

Layoff
Reduction in ForceJob CompletionShut Down

Discharge
Misconduct on JobAbsenteeViolation of ContractExcessive Loss of ToolsUnable to Perform Work Assigned

Voluntary Quit
DissatisfactionLeaving TownSickness

Tools Checked in Satisfactorily*
YesNo

Termination Comments

Contractor Company*

Your Name*

Your Email*


Notice of Termination forms will be submitted to both MCA-Omaha and Local 464.

MCAA PAC
MCAA-PAC—Its Mission

The mission of your association’s PAC is simply to gain MCAA members and their industry fair and adequate consideration in federal public policy decisions. Our strategy to achieve this is to continue to combine sound and vigorous public policy representation and advocacy with increasingly active and judicious use of political activity.

MCAA-PAC—Identifying and Aiding Key Candidates

MCAA’s Government Affairs Committee members track key issues in the federal public policymaking process, and the elected legislators and candidates who support and give their consideration to the many issues that are of vital interest to MCAA member companies and their industry. MCAA’s Government Affairs Committee, as a part of its oversight responsibility for the MCAA-PAC, judges which candidates to support based on local affiliate recommendations. MCAA-PAC is bipartisan.

MCAA-PAC—Important Operating Points
  • MCAA pays for MCAA-PAC’s operating and solicitation costs. This allows all MCAA-PAC contributions to go to candidates’ campaigns (with the exception of taxes that must be paid with MCAA-PAC funds).
  • Your association’s PAC achieved “multicandidate” status in 2000. The criteria are: receipt of PAC contributions from more than 50 contributors, contributions to five or more federal candidates, and PAC registration with the FEC for longer than six months. The consequences of becoming a multicandidate PAC are that the MCAAPAC can now contribute more to candidates—up to $5,000 per election (primaries, runoffs, and general elections are considered separate elections).
  • MCAA-PAC only solicits restricted class members— the principals of MCAA member firms. MCAA-PAC does not solicit from corporate members’ administrative personnel, stockholders, or their families.
MCAA-PAC—How the Contribution Process Works

MCAA-PAC is registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), the agency that administers the campaign finance laws. MCAA-PAC must strictly adhere to the federal law. In summary, the contribution process works as follows:

  • Prospective contributors sign solicitation authorization forms that allow MCAA-PAC to send solicitation material.
  • Once MCAA-PAC receives the signed solicitation authorization form, it will send solicitation material to prospective contributors.
  • Contributors send personal contributions to MCAAPAC. You may give as much (up to the maximum limit of $5,000 per year) or as little as you like; the choice is yours. Remember, contributing is strictly voluntary. You can also choose to contribute at any time.
  • When contributing, keep three things in mind: Currently, the maximum an individual may contribute in one year is $5,000. MCAA-PAC contributions are not tax deductible. Contributions must be made with personal—not corporate—funds. Contributions cannot be made with a corporate check or corporate credit card.
MCAA-PAC Contribution Levels
  • Sustaining Member Club— For contributions of $500 or more per year. G old Club— For contributions of between $250 and $499 per year.
  • Silver Club— For contributions of between $101 and $249 per year.
  • Bronze Club— For contributions of up to $100 per year.

Contributors will receive an MCAA-PAC pin that shows their level of support.

2017 MSCA Form
McNeil Scholarship Application

Membership Applications

Member Application

Our Members are mechanical contractors signatory to collective bargaining agreements with Steamfitters & Plumbers Local 464 and/or Plumbers Local 16.

Associate Member Applications

Our Associate Members represent suppliers, factory reps, local utility companies, insurance companies, financial institutions, and law firms specializing in construction law.

MCA-Omaha Leadership Academy Application

The MCA-Omaha Leadership Academy is a multi-campus student organization under the guidance of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Omaha.

The mission is to expose qualified students to career opportunities in the local mechanical contracting industry. We will accomplish this mission by offering opportunities for internships, scholarships, industry site visits, attendance at MCA-Omaha meetings, and social events. This interaction will build relationships with industry leaders to jumpstart the beginning of the student’s professional career.

Please contact our student president, Sarah Drummey (sdrummey@unomaha.edu) for more information on how to get involved or fill out the application form on the link below.

  • 2018 applications are due by 4:00 PM on September 25, 2017.
  • Interviews with the Membership Selection Committee will be conducted on campus during the week of October 2-6, 2017.
  • 2018 Members will be notified by October 11, 2017 of their acceptance.
  • Membership begins January 2018 and will be reviewed annually in December.

MCA-Omaha Leadership Academy members must also belong to MESC – Mechanical Electrical Specialty Contractors. Students may join MESC after being accepted into the Academy. MESC is open to all University students, whereas the Academy is by selection only.

Omaha Campus Recruit Chair:
Jake Rusin
402.936.0280
rusinjacob@yahoo.com

Lincoln Campus Recruitment Chair:
Ruth Edgar
402.499.0821
kuruthedgar@gmail.com

 

2018 Online Application Form

or

2018 Printable Application Form

MCA-Omaha Documents

Contracts

Local 464 Contract
(6/11/2017 – 5/30/2020)

Local 16 Contract
(6/1/2014 – 5/5/2018)

Wage Rates