CGA Celebrates 100th Anniversary

CGA is proud to celebrate 100 years of setting the standard for safety. Since 1913, our member companies have worked with CGA’s staff to develop over 300 technical and safety standards for the compressed gas industry.

At CGA’s 100th Annual Meeting of the Members, staff unveiled a commemorative artwork created to celebrate our industry’s and Association’s achievements, a video detailing the breadth and impact of the compressed gas industry, and a historical book detailing the advancements of CGA and the industry. Electronic reproductions of those items are available for your enjoyment below.

 

Commemorative Artwork

The 3-dimensional commemorative artwork, created by Lawrence Romorini of One of a Kind Inc. art studio, highlights CGA’s 100th anniversary celebration and is on permanent display at CGA Headquarters in Chantilly, Virginia. The artwork contains more than 150 items, including photos, publications, memorabilia, and components of equipment.

To view the artwork in more detail, move your mouse over the art image below. You can also click on individual pieces within the artwork for more details. Artwork brochures are available at CGA’s office.

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Industry Impact Video

Developed by Keith Goldberg, the CGA 100th Anniversary video provides a retrospective view of the industry’s growth and expansion into new areas of emerging technology. CGA members, regulatory officials, and others also speak to the importance of CGA activities to the industry’s mission of advancing safety through self-regulation.

You can view the video below. To request a copy of the video, please contact CGA staff.

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Historical Book

Written by CGA staff, the book provides a decade-by-decade overview of industry and Association activities that shaped our history. Color photos from CGA member companies provide a visual rendering of the significant advancements in the compressed gas industry over the last 100 years. A copy of the book signed by CGA’s members throughout 2013 will be kept in CGA’s historical archives.

You can download the historical book using the link below. Copies of the book are available at CGA’s office.