AMCA Code of Ethics
TO consider our trade worthy as affording us distinct opportunities to serve society.
TO improve ourselves, increase our efficiency and enlarge our service, and by so doing attest our faith in the fundamental principles of life, that they profit most who serve best.
TO realize that we are businessmen and ambitious to succeed; but that we are first ethical men, and wish no success that is not founded on the highest justice and morality.
TO make all bids fair to our customers and ourselves, and include our overhead expense and a just profit in each instance.
TO use modern engineering methods and insist on high-grade materials and equipment, which are always better for our customers and the public.
TO enter enthusiastically into the association work to give as well as take and do our part in elevating the industry.
TO support all progressive moves that are being carried out along the lines of trade extension, standardization and sanitation.
TO conduct our affairs that others in our business will find it wise, profitable and conducive to happiness to emulate our example.
TO follow and execute our work in conformity with the laws of our city, state and of the United States of America.
TO refuse to be a party to any agreement or action that in any way violates the law of our land.