About Greg Fuller, President of North Mechanical:
North Mechanical is a mechanical construction and service contractor serving commercial, industrial, life sciences, institutional and public-sector clients. Greg has daily responsibility for the Indianapolis-based company’s complete line of services, quality management, construction and service approach.
Greg received his journeyman plumber status in 1985, began his career as a superintendent and joined North Mechanical in 1991 as a Project Manager. He transitioned into the company’s leadership as Vice President and purchased the company in 1997, becoming President and Owner.
Seeking ways to ensure his company's success, He got involved in the MCA of Indiana and the group’s Indianapolis Chapter. He served on the Boards of both organizations, as well as their labor management and finance committees. He also served on the MCA of Indiana’s membership & bylaws and legislative committees. He is also the chairman of the UA Local 440 Health and Welfare Trust.
Greg’s introduction to MCAA came in the form of attending the national association’s many educational programs. He was the chair of MCAA's Project Managers Education Committee and has been an instructor at MCAA's highly popular Institute for Project Management. He joined MCAA’s Board of Directors in 2010 and joined the Executive Committee four years later.
MCAA’s wide array of business resources (all of which are free to MCAA contractors as a benefit of membership) and educational offerings are the obvious benefits of membership. But there are many other benefits that are not so obvious. Here's an example: It was MCAA, a few years ago that convinced FASB, or the Financial Accounting Standards Board, to not issue a standard calling for the amount of a contractor's potential withdrawal liability to be shown every year on its financial statement. MCAA's advocacy on that issue benefitted every signatory contractor, whether they're a member of MCAA or not.