ADCAS is proud to represent all companies with an interest in ductwork. The Association has two types of member:

Full members are the contractors who manufacture and install ductwork

Associate members are those who supply to, support or are otherwise allied to the ductwork sector.

ADCAS:

* Offers a way for its membership to represent themselves to the wider construction industry.

* Liaises with Government on key issues such as legislation.

* Enables member companies to discuss shared interests.

* Holds regular meetings and events to highlight important issues that members need to understand in their businesses.

* Offers credibility of membership for companies large and small.

 

Aims and objectives

* To promote better specification, design and installation of ductwork.

* To work with other organisations such as B&ES, BSRIA, FETA and others to promote the interests of our members.

* To support higher standards among membership through education and information on the latest legislation and technical developments.

* To influence legislation such as Part L of the Building Regulations and others to ensure that ductwork is properly represented.


History

ADCAS was formed in 1997 by leading ductwork contractors who believed that the industry needed an independent voice and a specific identity. This proved  attractive to both contractors and many of the associated companies who supplied services and products to the sector.


Key personnel

The ADCAS Executive Committee:

Malcolm Moss: President

Paul Etty: Ductwork by Design

George Humphreys: Hotchkiss Ltd

Richard Legge: Gardner & Co

Michael Ohly: Hotchkiss Group

Simon Roxburgh: Boyd & Co

Paul Smith: RP Metal

Bryan Welch: ASM Engineering

PR and Communications: Keystone Communications

FETA Liaison: Elizabeth Hawkins