”Workers who support the supply chain of building materials from production through application/installation, including cabinetry, fixtures, doors, cement, hardware, plumbing, electrical, heating/cooling, refrigeration, appliances, paint/coatings, and employees who provide services that enable repair materials and equipment for essential functions” have been added to the list.
An improving image and new federal legislation could make more nuclear plants operational. Meanwhile, the growth of America’s economy continues, with only the presidential election throwing uncertainty into the mix.
The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) commenced its now 94-year history of industry leadership modestly when 39 city of Los Angeles plumbing inspectors recognized two needs: uniformity in plumbing practices and a means to bring together all sectors of the industry to achieve it.
The unprecedented $2 trillion economic relief package negotiated by the White House and Congress addresses many of the concerns of plumbing industry professionals expressed in a letter sent to elected officials by IAPMO CEO GP Russ Chaney earlier in March.