March 11, 2016
ACCA, the Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency Association, has awarded John Sedine of Engineered Heating & Cooling in Cedar Springs, MI, with the association’s Distinguished Service Award.
Sedine has been an active leader in the industry and ACCA for more than 20 years. His commitment to the industry is on both the state and national level, as he served as Chairman of the ACCA Board of Directors in 2010, served on the Board of the Michigan contracting association, and has served on several state and national code councils. He has played an integral part in developing ACCA standards and manuals by serving on the development committees and reviewing the content. He also has chaired both the ACCA Technical Committee and Codes Committee, which is still serves as a member.
“There are few contractors in our industry that have dedicated as much time and energy to improving it and making it more professional than John,” said Phil London, ACCA’s 2015 Chairman of the Board of Directors. “His service to our industry reaches every area that contractors work in and there is no one more deserving of being honored with this award as him.”
Sedine was recognized at ACCA 2016 and the IE3: Indoor Environment & Energy Expo, held this week at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC. He was presented the Distinguished Service Award in front of ACCA contractor members at the association’s annual Legislative & Policy Forum.
ACCA’s Distinguished Service Award is presented occasionally to an outstanding volunteer contributor to the association.