PHCC held its CONNECT 2015 conference in Hollywood, Florida.
TEAM SPIRIT: Bradford White sponsored the PHCC CONNECT 2015 Opening Breakfast, held Oct. 1 in Hollywood, Florida.
WINE TO WATER: Keynote speaker Doc Hendley, founder and president of Wine to Water, talks about providing clean water to people in need during the CONNECT 2015 Opening Session sponsored by Viega.
BEST OF THE BEST: Top plumbing apprentices from UA local unions across the country compete in the PHCC Educational Foundation’s Annual National Plumbing Apprentice Contest Oct. 1 in Hollywood, Florida.
SKILLS SHOWCASE: Plumbing apprentices are required to use many of the skills in their arsenals during the PHCC Educational Foundation’s Annual National Plumbing Apprentice Contest.
TOUGH COMPETITION: The PHCC Educational Foundation’s Annual National HVAC Apprentice Contest, now in its third year, runs alongside the National Plumbing Apprentice Contest and includes top HVAC apprentices from UA local unions across the country.
UNDER THE BIG TOP:The last big event of PHCC’s CONNECT 2015, the annual Awards Luncheon, features a big-top circus theme complete with mimes and jugglers. The event was sponsored by InSinkErator, a business unit of Emerson Electric Co.
TOP PLUMBING APPRENTICES: Three plumbing apprentices receive awards in the annual PHCC Educational Foundation’s National Plumbing Apprentice Contest, held Oct. 1 in Hollywood, Florida. From left: David Spaeth of Harty Mechanical in Austin, Minnesota, receives third place; Jared Beninati of Evan Hibbs Plumbing in Portsmouth, Virginia, receives second place; and James Peterson of John J. Maurer Inc. in Cataumet, Massachusetts, receives first place. The contest winners were individually sponsored by Uponor, Milwaukee Tool, and A.O. Smith, respectively.
TOP HVAC APPRENTICES: Three HVAC apprentices received awards in the PHCC Educational Foundation’s third annual National HVAC Apprentice Contest, held Sept. 30-Oct. 1 in Hollywood, Florida. From left: Michael Pethe from UA Local 172 Training Center in South Bend, Indiana, receives first place; James Lassandrello from UA Local 597 Training Center in Mokena, Illinois, receives third place; and Wilson “Chip” Duncan of Shapiro & Duncan Inc. in Rockville, Maryland, receives second place. The contest winners were individually sponsored by Nibco Inc., Milwaukee Tool, and the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), respectively.
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