In the July issue of Plumbing Engineer, we are proud to selfishly shine a light on young professionals who are building careers in plumbing, heating, cooling and piping. In PHCPPros’ inaugural “Millennials On The Move” series you will meet the lucky 13 young professionals who were nominated to be included in this roundup.
To help the industry understand millennials’ interests and needs, recruit future professionals, and build camaraderie across age groups, PHCPPros introduces its inaugural “PHCP Millennials On The Move” series!
If you’re like most construction professionals — feeling the crunch of the labor shortage, but wanting the quality of professional piping — check out the new hybrid PEX expansion and copper press system.
I’ve had the opportunity to speak with a number of young engineers, professionals, and college students and hear numerous insights as to the latest trends and opportunities that are shaping the upcoming generations within ASPE and the plumbing engineering and design industry.
In Europe and Asia, tankless water heaters are common, but in the United States, this fact is less so. But while U.S. homeowners and commercial building operators have often chosen storage-type units over tankless, the pendulum is beginning to swing in the other direction as consumers place greater emphasis on environmental impact and efficiency.
We may soon hear a great deal more about geothermal heating and cooling systems than ever before. For the people working in this part of our business, the ups and downs of the last decade can only be described as a roller coaster ride.