Join your peers and industry experts while being surrounded by the beauty and warmth of the Sonoran Desert at the upcoming MCA Winter Meeting, January 24-26, 2022, at the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona. Along with networking time, the meeting is an opportunity to participate in marketing and technical initiatives related to metal in construction. Members and non-members are welcome to attend and registration includes access to educational sessions, keynote address, welcome reception, awards reception and dinner.


MCA is monitoring the state of the COVID-19 pandemic and will implement all precautions mandated by Arizona and Maricopa County COVID Guidelines and the current CDC recommendations.

Keynote speakers include Melissa Furman, MS DBA; Career Potential LLC speaking on “Leading for Today and Tomorrow,” and John J. Kelly; Howe, Anderson & Smith, P.C. covering “Midterm Elections’ Political Possibilities.” Both keynote presentations are sponsored in part by ATAS International. Council Meetings will be held covering the following topics: Market Development, Accessories, METALCON, Roofing, Single Skin Metal Wall Panels, IMP/MCM, Metal-Forming Equipment / Roll Former, and Retrofit.

Optional Events (additional fee) will include the 2022 MCA Golf Outing in memory of Randy Allen and a tour to Old Town Scottsdale including a Wine Tasting with Wine Maker.

The meeting will begin first thing Monday morning, January 24 with a breakfast at 8:15 am and run conclude at noon on Wednesday, January 26.


If you haven’t joined MCA yet, consider doing so prior to the event and learn about special pricing by emailing

Benefits of MCA Membership:

For nearly 40 years, the MCA has focused on one key strategy – to promote the use of metal in the building envelope through marketing, education, and action on public policies that affect metal’s use. It is a volunteer-led organization with much of the work achieved through strong leadership by its board of directors and member-driven MCA councils and committees.

  • Network with industry leaders throughout the supply chain by having access to member events throughout the year and discount fees to METALCON and bi-annual meetings.
  • Expand your knowledge and expertise with access to an online collection of MCA-created technical reports, research data, market studies, white papers, and digital resources to help educate your staff and your customers.
  • Keep up to date on the latest technology, code changes, sustainability, etc.
  • Have the opportunity to participate in one of MCA’s councils and alliances to collaborate with key influencers, giving you insider knowledge and access to the “room” where it all happens.

Click HERE to learn more about becoming a member of MCA.

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