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Jeremy Ryan
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Medical Gas: A Matter of Life and Death
“When they put the mask on you
before you go under for surgery, it would be comforting to know that the
medical gas system had been properly installed. I would sure want to know that
a trained, certified plumber did the work.” That's what my colleague, Loca...
Medical Gas: A Matter of Life and Death
Medical Gas: A Matter of Life and Death
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Protecting Consumers and Licensees
There is a classic poster from the 1930s that proclaims, “The Plumber Protects the Health of the Nation.” As Wayne Thomas sees it, the role of the Mass. Board of State Examiners of Plumbers and Gas Fitters is to protect Massachusetts’ consumers from all thi...
Protecting Consumers and Licensees
Protecting Consumers and Licensees
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Helping to Make Housing Affordable
Riding a wave of robust growth, the Boston area has an urgent need for additional housing — particularly affordable housing. In the city of Boston alone, Mayor Martin J. Walsh has called for building 53,000 more units, including subsidized moderate- and low...
Helping to Make Housing Affordable
Helping to Make Housing Affordable
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What Will be Happening in Boston in 2016?
Barring a major downturn in the economy, construction in Boston will continue to be very strong. Examples…  - The Huge Millenium Tower ...Will open this summer. Tallest residential building north of New York City – 60 stories, 685 feet high – on the site of...
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Plumbing Contractors Can Now Say, "Show Me the Money"
If you put in a day’s work, you expect to get a day’s pay — and you expect to get paid promptly, right? Those expectations are at the core of our free enterprise system. For decades however, plumbing contractors have been putting in a day’s work, but not ge...
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For Joe Cannistraro, Education Is the Key
We may be in the midst of winnowing candidates to nominate for president of the United States, but the presidency of the Greater Boston Plumbing Contractors Association was decided last spring. Members voted Joseph C. Cannistraro, the CFO of J.C. Cannistrar...
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Affordable Housing on the Rise
About half of the apartments, homes, and condos permitted through June 2015 in Boston -- about 1,200 units -- are either low-income housing or market-rate properties to be priced for middle-income wage earners. According to the Boston Globe , Mayor Martin J...
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The Mechanical Trades: An Update
A couple of major trends are taking place in the mechanical trades in Boston, and they are important to understand.  The first involves innovation. Thirty years ago on a large-scale commercial plumbing job you would hear the plumbers say: “Plumbing is plumb...
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Scarce Housing, Boston's Olympic Bid, and other Industry News
I posted the most recent industry news, including: New GBPCA officers Rental units not keeping pace with demand in Boston Are the Olympics coming to Boston? Uber and subcontractors There is plenty more info. Read my June/July 2015 news update .
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Last week the BOSTON GLOBE ran an informative article about the future of the local housing market .  Will the rapid rise in sales and prices continue into 2014?  Probably....even though interest rates are rising and the supply of homes is lower than it has...
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