The February 2018 issue of The Pipeline includes the
• New England's tallest residential tower takes shape
E.M. Duggan is installing 161,000 feet of plumbing pipe at One Dalton, the “pencil
tower” being erected in Boston’s Back Bay.
• Hugh Kelleher’s Harvard-to-plumbing pipeline
On the occasion of his retirement as the executive director of the GBPCA, read
about Kelleher’s fascinating life journey.
• Daniel Bent takes reins as GBPCA president
The executive vice president of American Plumbing & Heating assumes the gavel.
• Needed workforce housing on the way
14-story building, The Beverly, helps fill an urgent need in Boston.
• GBPCA welcomes new director
Meet Jeremy Ryan, the organization’s new executive director.
• Frank Amato’s journey to Local 12
Amato is the local’s new business development and recruitment organizer.
• The intermission cometh
What do plumbers have to do with plays presented at Boston theaters? Read on.
News and information about the
Eastern MA plumbing industry
Archives of Past Issues of The Pipeline
Featuring: Building Pathways for apprentice
candidates and a pipeline for the construction
trades; Martin Walsh’s sensible knd of
unionism; Local 12 apprentice trades in
helmet for hardhat; World Plumbing Day Gala
raises funds, awareness.
Featuring: Developers Play Ball in the
Fenway; Local 12 Plumbers Are at Your
Service; He Wants You to Join Plumbers
Local 12; Training Center Switches to
Plumbing Immersion Day Program
Featuring: Helping to Make Housing
Affordable, Protecting Consumers and
Licensees, George Donahue Trades in His
Shoes, E.M. Duggan: Still Going Strong after
125 Years, Local 12 Business Agent Jim
Vaughan Is on a Mission, Stiffing the Working