June 2017 Pipeline

National Fireworks Safety Month: June 1 to July 4

Provided by HORAN

Fireworks are a staple at festivities for many Americans during the summer months. Unfortunately, many people do not realize just how dangerous fireworks and sparklers can be—which is a primary reason that injuries occur.

In honor of National Fireworks Safety Month, which occurs from June 1 to July 4, take some time to familiarize yourself with the following safety suggestions to avoid accidents when using fireworks.

  • Do not shoot fireworks off if you are under the influence of alcohol.
  • Always have a hose or water bucket handy.
  • Keep spectators a safe distance away.
  • Show children how to properly hold sparklers, how to stay far enough away from other children and what not to do.
  • Never try to relight a firework that didn’t properly ignite.
  • Soak all firework debris in water before throwing it away.
  • Do not carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them from metal or glass containers.

Shop for Seasonal Produce This Summer

Provided by HORAN

The U.S. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion recommends that you consume at least two servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables each day. Although this varies by age, sex and level of physical activity, it is a good recommendation to live by to build a healthy dietary base.

One great way to add variety to your diet and to make sure you are eating enough fruits and vegetables is to look for seasonal produce. Additionally, choosing in-season produce can help save you money, as the abundance of the fruit or vegetable typically makes it less expensive.

This summer, be mindful of what fruits and vegetables are in season near you. Fruits & Veggies—More Matters, a health initiative focused on helping Americans increase fruit and vegetable consumption for better health, has made it easy to figure out which produce is in season. On its website, you can view year-round, winter, spring, summer and fall produce options.

Click here to see what’s in season this summer.

TP Mechanical Celebration Weekend & Celebration Award Winners

The weekend of May 19-20, 2017, we held our annual celebration banquet and company picnic. We had an outstanding turnout for each event, and it was great to be able to put faces with employees’ names, some of whom we know well from the phone or through email.

During the celebration banquet this year, we honored:

  • Apprentices for completing another successful year of learning and moving forward
  • Fourth-year apprentices, whose graduation ceremony was a big part of our evening
  • Instructors for their time and dedication to the program and to the apprentices
  • Announce the apprenticeship challenge winners
  • Years of Service awards, given to employees who completed 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 plus years with TP Mechanical

Celebration Award Winners

  • Instructor of the Year was awarded to Clint Absher
  • Undergraduate of the Year was awarded to Tyler Irvine
  • Graduate of the Year was awarded to Brandon Batta

Congratulations to all of the evening’s award winners. Please give them a pat on the back.

Picnic Grand Prize Winner

Colton Abner won a one-week vacation at the TP Mechanical timeshare, along with some spending money.

We’d like to thank everyone who participated in one or both events over the weekend. These events are to show our appreciation for all of the hard work each of you dedicates to the company each and every day.

To view all the photos from the weekend, please click on the links below.

Banquet 2017

Picnic 2017

Please see the email below. I wanted to take a few minutes to acknowledge the effort put forward today by Jared and Nathan. Great job today guys!!!

We were called by OSU yesterday to assist in a very sensitive emergency repair. The president of the university’s residence in Bexley (Pizzuti House) had the gas to the house turned off by Columbia Gas due to existing leaks inside on the house lines.

We was able to respond yesterday within an hours time from the call we received and start addressing the issues. We worked hard throughout the day today and have just finished with the end result being restoring the gas back to the critical areas.

Although we still have some work left to do, what we accomplished today did not go unnoticed!

Thanks Again!


Cell: 614-554-1565
Office: 614-253-8556
Direct: 614-643-1402

Voice of Customer Update June 12, 2017

From: Alyssa Jansen
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2017 2:52 PM
To: Tony Marple
Cc: Sabrina Stewart; NATHAN FERGUSON; ROBERT MARKS; Ian Perry
Subject: OSU VOC Update

Hi Tony,

I spoke with Robert Evans at the Schottenstein Center and he said “give’em a raise!” He is very happy with what you guys do for them. Robert told me that you are always taking care of their needs and that you get in and get out. They have a couple small projects coming up but he said he is planning on giving you a call soon.

I also spoke with Mike Lyles (District 2 Zone 4 Leader at OSU) today. He was in the middle of wrapping up a meeting but he is so happy he still gave me some quick feedback. Mike told me that you are always very responsive and do a great job. He is very happy with TP as a whole and has worked with us for years. He even told me I should call him back later, so when I call him back I’ll share that information with you as well. This company is really lucky to have you and your team.

Thanks for everything you guys do,

Alyssa Jansen (Ali)
Client Relationship Manager

Congratulations estimating and sales for securing work totaling $21,749,866 and total man hours of 65,013 for the months of April and May.

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Bath County Judicial Center Annex
Brocon Construstion
Chick-Fil-A Harrodsburg Road
Cincinnati Discount Mattress & Furtinure
Circle K Midwest
Clark County Detention Center
Clippard Instuments
Columbus Metro Library
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Country Inn & Suites
Courtyard Marriott
Covenant Presbyterian
Crossroads Church
Dominion Gas Transmission
Dominion Transmission
Equity Construction Solutions
Family Farm and Home
Fayette County Extension Office
FedEx Fulfillment
FedEx Ground
General Dynamics Corbin
General Dynamics London
Gilligan Oil
Givaudan Flavors Corporation
Hancock County Library
Kaufmn Development
KDM P.O.P. Solutions Group
Kenton County Fiscal Courts
Lexington Movie Tavern
Lexington Tennis Club
Macklin Mechanical Company
Marous Brothers Construction
Marriott North
Mayfield County Club
Morehead Cinemas
NAI-Ohio Equities
Nisbet Property Holdings, LTD
Nisbet Store 930
NTN Driveshaft
Ohio Orthopedic Surgery Institute
Okonite Company
Orthopedic One Surgery Institute
OSU – Starling Loving
OSU Accounts Payable
OSUMC Accounts Payable
Panda Express #2515
Penske Logistics
Pepper Construction Co
Phoneix School
Plug Smart
Premier Health Care Management
Ramco Gershenson
River Radio
Rowan County Arts Center
Save-A-Lot Owingsville
Schaefer and Associates
Shamrock Mechanical
Shelter Insurance
Sherwin Williams
Shiloh Baptist Church
Springhill Suites Miamisburg
Sree Hotel Partners
The Country Club at Muirfield Village
The Fresh Market #035
The Fresh Market #087
The Home Depot
The River
Tippmann Group / Interstate Warehousing
Tractor Supply
Trinity National Accounts
Von Maur
Voss Chevrolet
Watkins Printing Company
Wolfe County Judicial Center

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