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  • Winter Sports Safety Tips January 22, 2018
    Presented by TP Mechanical | Provided by HORAN The cold, crisp air and breathtaking views are just a few of the simple joys associated with winter sports. To ensure that your skiing or snowboarding excursions remain safe, be sure to keep in mind the following five tips: Inspect your skiing or snowboarding equipment to ensure […]
  • January: Thyroid Awareness Month January 15, 2018
    Presented by TP Mechanical | Provided by HORAN The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the neck that helps control the function of many of the body’s organs and helps to set the metabolism. According to the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, approximately 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid […]
  • TP Mechanical Prepared for the Opportunities and Challenges of 2018 January 13, 2018
    In 2018, TP Mechanical is looking forward to many exciting opportunities and challenges. Our continued dedication to being an industry and community leader positions us for success throughout the New Year. We are fortunate to work in a peak time for our industry’s market, in which many project opportunities for the commercial and service divisions […]
  • People Behind TP Mechanical Introduces Kelly Simerman December 26, 2017
    Kelly joined TP Mechanical in July 2007 as the Estimating Coordinator of Columbus, and added the Dayton office to her responsibilities in 2015. Kelly has a B.S. in Organizational Leadership from Purdue University, an A.A.S. in Construction Management from Columbus State, and an OSHA10-Hour Certification. As a pivotal member of the estimation team, Kelly is […]
  • Protect Your Facility’s Water Systems with Backflow Testing December 21, 2017
    Backflow contamination is a critical public health issue that occurs when toxins from one part of a water system flow into a fresh or potable water supply line. Thankfully, water systems are designed and built to prevent this. However – as with any system – testing, maintenance and repair are key to ensuring a water […]
  • People Behind TP Mechanical Introduces Stanley Garber December 18, 2017
    Stanley started with TP Mechanical in November 2016 as the Project Manager of Government Projects in our Dayton region. Stanley brings 44 years of governmental and industrial experience to TP Mechanical. Stanley’s primary goal when working with general contractors and owners is to save them money. Starting as a bookkeeper at a plumbing company in […]
  • Careers In Construction December 1, 2017
    TP Mechanical and the Ohio Valley Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) were excited to host tri-state high school counselors this morning at our training facility. We spoke to them about our apprenticeship programs and career paths, as well as earning potential in the construction industry, so they can help educate students considering careers in construction. […]
  • The People Behind TP Mechanical Introducing Greg Knue November 27, 2017
    Greg, Operations Leader of the Kentucky Region, has been with TP Mechanical 21 years. Prior to his current role, Greg has served in many capacities within the company, including superintendent, project manager and instructor for our apprenticeship program. “I enjoy the variety of circumstances that I am faced with in my day-to-day operations; it keeps […]
  • Happy Thanksgiving November 23, 2017
  • City of Columbus Implements Alternative Self-Certification Process as New Ohio Plumbing Code Takes Effect November 20, 2017
    City of Columbus Implements Alternative Self-Certification Process as New Ohio Plumbing Code Takes Effect Notable changes were made to Section 312 Tests and Inspections of the Ohio Plumbing Code (OPC), specifically addressing the testing of systems using compressed air. November 1, 2017, was the official adoption date for the updated OPC, based on the 2015 […]

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