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California Association of Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors, National Association (CAL SMACNA) is a non-profit statewide trade association representing over 600 sheet metal and air conditioning contractors who employ more than 25,000 union employees and administrative personnel throughout the state of California.
Ms. Meline is the firm’s principal engineer and owner. She has 24 years of mechanical engineering experience and over 30 years of experience in the construction industry. Ms. Meline has a strong background in project and construction management and design engineering. She has prepared HVAC and plumbing designs for commercial, educational, industrial, residential and government buildings throughout California, Nevada, Colorado and Kansas.
Ms. Meline is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Geoexchange Designer by the Association of Energy Engineers. She is Standards Subcommittee Chair of ASHRAE TC6.8, the Technical Committee on Geothermal Heat Pump and Energy Recovery Applications, Co-Chair of IGSHPA’s Standards Committee and holds memberships with ASME, ASHRAE, GEO, IGSHPA and CaliforniaGeo.
Ms. Meline is a founding member and past Chair of CaliforniaGeo.
Ms. Meline is an ASME Fellow and is a recipient of ASME’s Dedicated Service Award. The business community has also recognized Ms. Meline and Meline Engineering Corporation (MEC) for its commitment to fostering an outstanding workplace. MEC was named a finalist in the Sacramento Workplace Excellence Leadership Award (SWEL), sponsored by the Sacramento Area Human Resources Association, as well as the A+ Employers/Employees’ Choice Awards sponsored by the Sacramento Business Journal. MEC was also recognized by the Sacramento Business Journal as one of “Sacramento’s Fastest Growing Companies” for three years consecutively.