TP Pipeline August 2017

As a strong supporter of our community, TP Mechanical believes that by working together we can make a difference. We are holding a Monte Carlo Night, all proceeds will be gifted to A Kid Again.

When: October 21, 2017
Time: 6-10 PM
Where: Cincinnati Marriott at RiverCenter.
Cost: $50 per person includes admission, entertainment, and food

To learn more and buy tickets visit our events page by clicking here or the image to the left.

Congratulations estimating and sales for securing work totaling $3,537,455 and total man hours of 12,337 for the months of July.


Amity Phase II
Exciton OPS Lab for Loxottica
Hopewell Dental-The Shoppes at Ety
Infinity of Northern Kentucky
ODPS Shipley Storage Room 102
OSU Brain & Spine Room 440 & 442
OSU Rhodes 11W Observation
OSU Upper Arlington MOB Room Renovation


Blueash –  Premier health
Buckhead Mountain Grill
Circle K Midwest
Clippard Instrument laboratory
Cornerstone Companies Inc
CTA Acoustics Inc.
Cushman Wakefield
Dayton VA Hospital
Fayette County Extension Office
George J. Igel & Co,. Inc.
Kdm P.O.P. Solutions Group
Latitude 525 Apartment Complex
Lexington Movie Tavern
Mid-State Nut & Bolt
Nisbet Property Holdings, LTD
OSU Accounts Payable
OSUMC Accounts Payable
Panda Express Florance
Rowan County Judicial Center
Sherwin Williams
St. Agnes
The State of Ohio Auditors Office
Tractor Supply
Trinity National Accounts
Voss Chevrolet Loop Rd
Wayne County Judicial Center

Have a Responsible Summer

This August 18 to September 4, law enforcement will be stepping up their “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. This means police officers will be focused on spotting impaired drivers and pulling them over.

There were nearly 10,000 people killed in alcohol-impaired motor vehicle crashes in 2014, according to the CDC. This accounts for nearly 33 percent of all traffic-related deaths in the United States. Keep this sobering statistic in mind when attending gatherings with alcohol, like barbecues, beach parties or work events.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) created a smartphone app to help drivers who cannot safely drive home. The app can help tell you where you are, help you call a taxi or help you call a friend. Other useful apps include Uber and Lyft, as both can get you home if it’s not safe for you to drive.

For more information on the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, visit the NHTSA website.

A postcard like the one featured to the left was mailed to all our employees. We would like to hear how you prefer to receive the employee newsletter. By completing the survey your name will be entered into a drawing to win:

  • Subway Gift Card
  • $30 Apparel Gift Certificate
  • Thermal Cup & Water Bottle Set
  • Two ticket to the Monte Carlo Night

Prevent Heat Illness

Provided by HORAN

There were 7,415 heat-related deaths in the United States from 1999 to 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These preventable deaths illustrate how important preparation is during extreme temperatures. Whether you are swimming at the beach or lounging in the park, you should be prepared for extreme heat conditions.

Stay Prepared

The CDC provides three easy steps to prevent heat-related illnesses: stay cool, stay hydrated and stay informed. This summer, make sure you have shade wherever you are going and have attire, like a sun hat or a thin, long-sleeved shirt, to avoid direct contact with the sun. Be sure to drink lots of water—more than you usually do. Your body quickly loses fluids in the summer more quickly, which can lead to illness. Finally, stay informed by monitoring the local weather forecast and prepare accordingly for outdoor activities.

Know the Signs

The two most dangerous heat-related illnesses, besides dehydration, are heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Heat exhaustion is exhibited through cold, clammy skin, heavy sweating and nausea. If you or someone shows these symptoms, move to a cooler location and sip water. If you or someone has a rapid pulse, hot and red skin, and loses consciousness, this could mean heat stroke, and you should call 911 immediately. In this latter scenario, do not give fluids to the person showing the symptoms. Do, however, move them to a cooler location and lower their temperature with cool cloths.

Try these Hydrating Foods to help keep you hydrated throughout the day.

Fruits: Watermelon, Strawberry, Cantaloupe, Peaches, Pineapple, Grapefruit

Vegetables: Cauliflower, Zucchini, Carrot, Broccoli, Celery, Tomato

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