The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) has partnered with leading government affairs lobbyists Derek Dalling and Jason Wadaga from the firm of Kindsvatter, Dalling and Associates, Inc., based in Lansing, to assist CAM with legislative representation at the state and national level.
The landscape on which Michigans construction businesses operate continues to change. While the professionals at KD&A adapt to the changing business climates in Michigan, KD&A remains committed to the principles upon which the firm was founded. Since the company's original inception in 1934 by Wilfred F. Doyle as the Michigan Chain Store Council, Inc., KD&A has represented various clients, including retail trade associations, professional organizations, large manufacturing corporations, energy companies, major food retailers, and environmental interests.
Unique in the firms approach to client service, KD&A recognizes that complete service means more than scheduling meetings with Michigan's opinion leaders or for the association's members. The far reaching impact of a complex state bureaucracy has made government a "partner" in the operation of nearly every organization/association. KD&A utilizes its extensive contacts to provide maximum exposure on client issues in order to facilitate positive interaction between clients and Michigan's policy makers. When KD&A handles the management and legislative affairs of an organization, continuity in achieving multiple goals results. KD&A has the knowledge and capability to translate organization/association member activities into legislative action.
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