Southern California

Glass Management Association


a progressive trade association representing union-affiliated glass and glazing contractors in the state of California. Our members are leaders in the commercial construction and residential industries and specialize in the building envelope including curtain wall and unitized glazing, aluminum panels, doors, windows, and many other areas. We are dedicated to serving our contractors to increase their competitiveness and success and further the industry through advocacy, forward-thinking strategies, and innovation.

SCGMA and its dedicated Board of Directors are committed to serving its members by:

  • Focusing on marketing contractors to increase business opportunities
  • Creating a platform for input in the Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • Networking opportunities with industry partners and affiliates
  • Providing education and training opportunities for businesses and staff
  • Updating members on legislation and regulations that affect the industry and individual businesses

What We Do

We offer strength in labor negotiations experience, as well as providing strategic planning and analysis experience in the collective bargaining process.

We promote our contractor members to the industry to increase job opportunities, market share, and develop industry relationships with networking opportunities.

Join Us

Our association is dedicated to providing services and resources to benefit contractors and the industry:

A platform for input in the Collective Bargaining Agreement

Focus on marketing contractors to increase business opportunities

Network opportunities with industry partners and affiliates

Education and training opportunities for businesses and staff

Updates on legislation and regulations that affect the industry and individual businesses

Recent News

Supporting One Another During COVID-19

September 15, 2020

Assisting Employee Mental Health America’s mental health crisis has been on the rise in previous years, and coronavirus has made it even harder to improve mental wellness. Approximately half of American adults said they were experiencing negative mental health because…

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Strike for Black Lives

July 17, 2020

Unions and union front organizations are promoting a nationwide “Strike for Black Lives” at noon on Monday, July 20, 2020.  These groups are encouraging employees to take at least eight minutes and forty-six seconds of their workday to: (1) “take…

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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

March 20, 2020

Latest Updates Governor Newsom Issues Executive Order N 62-20 to Expand Workers’ Compensation Utilization On May 6, Governor Newsom issued Executive Order N-62-20 declaring that COVID-19-related illness of an employee shall be presumed to have occurred in the place of…

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Recent Posts

New Employer Requirements for 2020

Minimum Wage-California’s minimum wage for employers with 25 or less employees is $12.00 and for employers with 26 or more employees is $13.00.  For exempt employees the minimum salary for 25 or less employees is $49.920.00 and for employers with 26…

January 24, 2020

Sexual Harassment Training Requirements – Governor Newsom Signs Important Industry Reforms

Governor Newsom signed two important industry bills relating to sexual harassment training, SB 778 and SB 530.  These measures deliver needed time, clarity and flexibility to union construction employers attempting to complying with the State’s expanded sexual harassment training requirements….

January 15, 2020

2019 Legislative Recap

Governor Newsom Signs Priority Industry Legislation Governor Newsom has taken swift action and signed all four of the priority industry measures sent to him. Our continued success in improving the industry by pursuing change and pushing issues in Sacramento reflects your…

January 15, 2020

CSLB Announces New Renewal Fee Schedule

Since its creation almost 90 years ago, the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) has carried out its mission to protect consumers by regulating California’s construction industry in the most financially responsible way possible. CSLB operations are funded entirely by license…

January 15, 2020



The SCGMA Board of Directors continues to advance the organization’s goals to provide additional value. In doing so, we are extremely pleased to announce that we have unanimously selected Deveney Pula to assume the position of Executive Director while Jeannie Simpelo transitions to a full time role with our partners – Northern California Glass Management Association (NCGMA) and Northern California Allied Trades (NCAT).

Pula began her journey with SCGMA in 2013 as the Director of Business Development, launching and grooming our strategic marketing program to be a great success. Her fresh perspective, in conjunction with her commitment to continual learning in the field, has allowed her to execute innovative strategies to address the many problems facing our contractors and industry.

While Pula continues her journey with the association in a more involved role, Jeannie Simpelo will remain a solid influential leader as SCGMA maintains a strong, collaborative relationship with NCGMA and NCAT. This evolving dynamic provides some exciting possibilities of advancing our association partnerships to better serve union contractors state-wide.

We very much look forward to Pula’s new role in helping our association grow and bringing our members what they need to succeed.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@www.scgma.com. We appreciate your support and look forward to an exciting year!

Our Board

President- Dan Hope, Santa Barbara Glass Co.

Vice President- Tom Lackey, Walters and Wolf

Secretary/Treasurer- Paul Sherrin, Sherrin, Sherrin Glass and Metal

Director- Don Rountree, Rountree Glass

Director- Joey Aragon, Aragon Construction

Director- Matt Aragon, Aragon Construction

President’s Message

My experiences and the good years the glazing industry has provided me and my family are what compel me to take on the challenges and successes of being a part of the Southern California Glass Management Association. It provides me with the platform to give back to our industry.

Our goal is to serve contractors’ needs through advocacy, forward thinking strategies, and innovation. It is the dedication and enthusiasm of contractors that will help drive this organization and provide the success to our strategies. We need to work as a team to set the standards for the industry, to mentor our future leaders, and to advocate in one collective voice.

I look forward to working with you all as we continue building Southern California Glass Management Association to be an organization that gives back to our members’ businesses and the industry.

-Dan Hope, SCGMA President