At the February 9, 2016 AFSA Meeting the Virginia Chapter awarded Mike Meehan a plaque thanking him for his service to the Virginia Chapter, serving the last six years as President and a Director.
Mike Meehan has diligently supported AFSA, the Sprinkler Industry and the AFSA Virginia Chapter and we wanted to recognize him for this service.
The AFSA Virginia Chapter held its first meeting of 2016 on Tuesday February 9, at the Four Points Hotel by Sheraton in Richmond Virginia.
There were 35 members attending this meeting.
Shawn Mims of Service Trade gave an hour presentation on the Service Trade product.
Ralph Watson of Globe Fire was our Vendor presenter for the meeting.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get required Continuing Education credits for NICET in this seminar series hosted and presented by the Virginia Chapter of AFSA. VA Inspector re-certification hours will be applied by the VA Dept. of Fire Programs upon completion. Earn valuable credits for certifications. A "Must See" event!
Henrico Training Center
7701 East Parham Road
1.0 NICET-CPD for each hour of instruction
1.0 VA Inspector re-cert credit per hour of instruction
Class space is limited so register NOW!
It's time for AFSA Virginia Chapter 2016 memberships sign-ups. You can sign up in one of two ways. Download the form and use snail mail, or use the online reservation system. Online sign-ups will let you use a credit/debit card or PayPal to pay for memberships.
Contractor member –
Installing, Inspecting, Testing Fire Sprinkler Company $150.00
Associate member –
Vendors/Suppliers who support the Fire Sprinkler Industry $150.00
Design Firm –
Company or person who designs Fire Sprinklers Systems
Auxiliary member – $50.00
Any individual, group, association, foundation, firm, or industry who agrees to make a voluntary contribution of a minimum of $50.00 to help defray the costs to further the objectives and purposes of the chapter.
AHJ’s will have no fee for 2016
Becoming a leader doesn’t happen overnight. Trailblazers work their way through the ranks and rise to the top thanks to a combination of hard work, perseverance, and traits and qualities that make them a top-notch leader.
In recognition of his dedication and sel ess devotion to the advancement of the industry, the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) has named George Wagner as its 2015 Henry S. Parmelee Award recipient. e association’s highest honor, the Parmelee Award is given to a select group of individu- als who have tirelessly committed to strengthening the re sprinkler industry.
Fusing his 40-plus years of extensive leadership team experience with his business school training, he has devoted his life to helping others develop the skills they need to thrive in today’s high-stakes environment. rough industry, company and association work, George Wagner has proven to be a true advocate of re protection and the re sprinkler industry.