ACCA Seeks 2020 Contractor of the Year Nominations

Arlington, VA (November 22, 2019) – The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) is seeking nominations for the 2020 Residential and Commercial Contractors of the Year awards programs. ACCA’s Contractors of the Year will be recognized at the ACCA Annual Conference and Trade Show in St. Louis, March 16-18, 2019.

“Each year, ACCA is pleased to acknowledge two outstanding contractors who uphold the highest standards for proper HVAC system design, installation, and maintenance procedures,” said Barton James, ACCA President and CEO. “This is a highly competitive nomination process so contractors should focus on everything they have done this year to improve their business and support the industry.”

Applications for the Contractors of the Year awards program are due by midnight on December 3, 2019. Once the nomination deadline passes, all Contractors of the Year nominees will be evaluated, and six finalists will be selected—three residential and three commercial. ACCA staff will work with each finalist to put together a judging packet. The official judging packets; including the six write-ups, photos, fact sheets, and questionnaires, will be judged by a panel of ACCA past chairmen. The winners—one residential, one commercial—will be recognized at the ACCA 2020 Annual Conference and Trade Show.

Contractors can fill out the online nomination form here. For additional information, please contact Deb Weiner, ACCA Manager of Communications at or 703-824-8862.


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ACCA is a non-profit association serving more than 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses in the indoor environment and energy services community. Our member firms are the nation's most professional contracting businesses, serving residential and commercial customers in every state. With roots stretching back a century, ACCA was incorporated in its present form nearly 50 years ago. Today, ACCA sets the standards for quality comfort systems, provides leading-edge education for contractors and their employees, and fights for the interests of professional contractors throughout the nation. Learn more about ACCA here.