Prevailing Wage Prevails

January 11, 2001
The Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity reports that Pennsylvania’s Prevailing Wage Appeals Board ruled that testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) is public work subject to the regulations of the state’s Prevailing Wage Act.
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BOCA Program Teaches Code Enforcement Skills

January 11, 2001
The Building Officials Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA) will present the Code Official Institute in St. Louis, MO.
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AGA Confirms Adequate Gas Supply

January 11, 2001
Record low December 2000 temperatures reflect higher natural gas bills for customers.
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21-CR Releases Projects For Bid

January 11, 2001
ARTI has selected two new research projects for its “Hvacr Research for the 21st Century” (21-CR) program.
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Asbestos Certification Hot

January 11, 2001
ACCA of Rochester draws a crowd to its recent asbestos certification seminar.
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Going Interplanetary

January 11, 2001
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is taking the Internet where no one has gone before.
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Minnesota Plant Up and Running

January 11, 2001
McQuay International’s new plant in Owatonna produced its first Vision air handler in Oct. 2000, less than three months after the company announced its expansion.
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Bush Appoints AGC Head To EPA Transition Team

January 11, 2001
Stephen E. Sandherr, executive vice president and ceo of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), has been appointed to the Bush-Cheney Transition Advisory Team for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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Investors Purchase Callahan/Roach Assets

January 11, 2001
Callahan/Roach Products & Publications announced that industry veteran Jeff Kelly and a group of Dallas-Fort Worth investors purchased assets of Callahan/Roach from Encompass Services Corporation, formerly known as GroupMAC.
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American Standard To Cut 1,200 Jobs

January 5, 2001
American Standard Companies Inc. announces 1,200 job cuts and the closing of one of its manufacturing plants for 2001.
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