Mid-Atlantic Division (MAD)

Our Mission is to support the professional advancement of metal building contractors and erectors and the industry within the Mid-Atlantic region by developing and providing educational programs & scholarship opportunities, recognizing excellence, emphasizing safety and good business practices, offering networking opportunities, and implementing strategies to retain and grow membership.  In carrying out our mission we seek to further the goals and mission of the MBCEA, nationally.

Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Metal Building Contractors & Erectors Association.  We are excited to have your company as part of this fantastic organization and are optimistic that you will find this organization to be a valuable tool for your business.

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter started under the umbrella of the national MBCEA in 2006 and has continued to grow since.  A Board that started with 6 members has grown to 13.  After starting with a $500 donation from the MBCEA of New England, our chapter now rests on a significant financial foundation that permits it to offer much of its training at a significantly reduced rate.  Our members are proud of what has been accomplished; and they should be proud.

Like the national MBCEA, the Mid-Atlantic Chapter sets training, education, and awareness as its top priorities.  Each year, concrete steps are taken by the Chapter to make sure its members and their employees are providing the highest quality work in the business and working safer than anyone.  Towards that end, our chapter has provided a vast array of subsidized training for its members. 

Some of our past offerings have included:
  • OSHA 30 Hour Certification
  • Rigging
  • Crane Signaling
  • Team Building
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Insulation Installation Training
  • Fall Protection
  • MBCEA Erector Certification
  • Tele-Handler and Man Lift Certification
  • First Aid/CPR

Our educational efforts don’t stop there either.  The chapter initiated a scholarship program in 2014 to offer educational opportunities to both those working in the industry and those who would like to do so.  Significant efforts have been undertaken, with the help of the Metal Buildings Institute, to promote metal buildings to the design community through the development of AIA CES programs. In addition, our chapter, through the sound leadership of one of its founding members and past presidents, Gary Smith, has also developed the only federally recognized apprenticeship program for Pre-Engineered Building Assemblers in the entire country.

In addition, we provide opportunities for members to network and develop relationships in the industry.  By hosting our annual golf outing, holiday socials, and various other events, we are able to provide members an opportunity to meet with other members, develop business opportunities, and have some fun too.

Above all else, our chapter is strong and vibrant because of the people involved.  I often “sell” this organization by telling people that the strength of the Mid-Atlantic MBCEA – and the national organization – is its people.  They are not just good at what they do.  They are good people.  Because relationships with good people are what makes each of us better and helps our businesses flourish, this organization provides wonderful opportunities.

I strongly encourage you to get involved in our association.  Those who choose to do so get the most benefit out of their membership.  Our chapter is always looking for new ideas and energy from people willing to contribute, so get involved.  I have attached a list of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.  Feel free to call any one of them to inquire about opportunities to become active.  I have also enclosed a gift certificate for training, a copy of our chapter’s bylaws, and some other information you might find useful.  More information can be obtained from our website www.mbcea.org/mid-atlantic, so be sure to check back there often.

Thank you again for choosing to join the Mid Atlantic Chapter of the Metal Building Contractors & Erectors Association.  I look forward to seeing you at an upcoming meeting.

Sincerely,

Sarah Toth, Butler Mfg./ President, MBCEA Mid-Atlantic Chapter

“Please contact me to learn more about our association and/or to be added to our email distribution list for upcoming training events.”

Sarah Toth, President
Butler Mfg.
610-709-7569

Tom Olver, Vice President
Therm-All
315-382-6650

Joe Allen, Treasurer
Thomas Phoenix Intl.
856-669-7337

Sasha Demyan, Secretary
MBCEA
484-239-3337

David Leinbach, Director
The Kaiser Martin Group
610-587-7563

Dylan Seyler, Director
S & S Structures
570-294-2653

Vince Borrelli Jr, Director
Borrelli Metal Buildings
856-690-8826

Josh Quinter, Director
Offit Kurman
215-872-1968

Bruce McCardle, Director
Nucor Building Systems
845-346-6077

Gino DiBattista, Director
Nacom Companies Inc.
856-402-2001 

2024 Schedule of Events Mid Atlantic Division of the MBCEA

March 2024

            8 Doors/Window Installation at KMG by Tell Doors, 9 am, Temple PA 

April 2024

            12 First Aid/CPR at ATAS Intl., Allentown PA
            24-26 MBCEA 55th Annual Conference, San Diego

May 2024

           29 OSHA 10 – S&S Structures, Fleetwood PA

June 2024

            6 OSHA 10 Continued – S&S Structures, Fleetwood PA
            7 Golf Tournament – Broad Run Golfer’s Club, West Chester PA
           14 Rigging and Signalperson – S&S Structures, Fleetwood PA

October 2024

           14 Clay Shoot – Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays, Coplay PA - 8:30 am          

December 2024

            13 Holiday Social – Normandy Farms, Blue Bell PA, 6:30-9:30 pm 

  

*Note that many of the past sessions have been recorded and are available on the MBCEA Products page for a small fee.

The application window for the 2024 scholarship will open in the second half of 2024. 

Congratulations to Cade Hutchison, Thomas Phoenix Intl. as the recipient of the 2023 Scholarship Awards at the 15th Annual Holiday Social held on 12/8/23. Cade is an undergraduate at the University of Vermont studying Civil Engineering.

The 18th Annual Golf Outing was great fun with many prizes won on 6/7. Congratulations to the Tamora Building Systems foursome made up of Nick Pezzotti, LJ Scurfield, Zach Paris and Anthony Rosanio, for placing firstSecond place went to All Weather Insulated Panels foursome made up of Travis Holman, Bill Lohsen, Shawn Limbert and Ryan Fennell. The Butler foursome took third place with Chris Hofmann, Mark Ondeck, David D'Onfrio and Greg Willis. Zach Paris won the Long Drive and David D'Onofrio the Closest to the Pin. The $200 Dick's gift card was won by Jeff Romig, The Kaiser Martin Group and 50/50 raffle winner was Zach Cearfoss, Omega Contracting. Pictures can be viewed on dropbox.

Thank you to our main event sponsor, Therm-All and ATAS International, Butler Mfg., Envo Solutions, Nacom Companies, R-Seal, Silvercote, and Thomas Phoenix Intl. for making this fundraising event a success.

The 8th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament on 10/9/23 was a great success with 40 participating. The Top Shooter award went to Shawn Limbert, Schlosser Steel Buildings with a score of 86. Ricky Hinson with Aegis graciously accepted the Elmer Fudd Award this year. The top three teams were all registrants of The Kaiser Martin Group!

  1. Jeremy Germer, Michael P. Mullin, Michael T. Mullin, Mason Drumheller
  2. Jeff Romig, David Leinbach, Art Mitchell, Anthony Guglietti
  3. Vince States, Dave Bowman, Randy Romig
We'd like to thank ATAS International, Butler Mfg., Dominion Construction Group, Nucor Building Systems, Tell Doors, and Therm-All for sponsoring this event. 

Thank you to our 2023 Sponsors for all your support throughout the year!