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What Is the Best Pipe Material to Supply Water to Freeze-Resistant In-Ground Hydrants?

April 8, 2021
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Victoria Johnson, PE, a Plumbing Engineer with Bass, Nixon & Kennedy Engineers in Raleigh, is designing a project in North Carolina that includes several freeze-resistant, boxed, in-ground hydrants and is […]

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“How Engineers and Tradespeople Can Work Together to Better Serve the Client”

April 7, 2021
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The skilled trades are responsible for turning the engineer’s interpretation of the client’s vision into a brick-and-mortar facility. They are an integral part of the construction team who do not […]

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April 2021 From the Executive’s Desk: Hey, ASPE Wants You!

April 5, 2021
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As we move into spring of 2021, I want to revisit something I wrote about in a past column because it remains so important today. For that matter, the importance […]

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April 2021 New Society Members

April 2, 2021
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Please help us welcome the following plumbing industry professionals who recently joined ASPE! Arkansas Chapter Samuel Caleb Calhoun Bethany Megan Orrick Osowiecki Atlanta Chapter Daniel Buckel Jeremy Mark Knowles, PE […]

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March 2021 From the President’s Pen: Moving Full Steam Ahead

March 24, 2021
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First, my apologies for missing some updates. Family and personal health concerns required me to take some time away. I thank our Executive Director/CEO, Billy Smith, FASPE, for being so […]

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“Understanding Everyone’s Responsibilities and Obligations in the Code Process”

March 18, 2021
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Last month, we broke down the meaning of the Registered Professional Engineer and began the discussion of how the engineer interacts with the building official. Let’s continue that discussion by […]

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“Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Not so Fast.”

March 15, 2021
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Considerations for ASTM D2321 standard practice for underground installation of thermoplastic pipe vs. cast iron for sewers and other gravity-flow applications. by Francesca Dunbar and Laura Loziuk Often, when something […]

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How to Prevent Fire Protection and Domestic Water Pipes from Freezing due to Cold Weather?

March 10, 2021
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Have you been following the lively plumbing design discussions on ASPE Connect? In this new regular feature on ASPE Pipeline, we will highlight current discussion threads that are generating a […]

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March 2021 New Society Members

March 5, 2021
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Please help us welcome the following plumbing industry professionals who recently joined ASPE! Atlanta Chapter Philip Richard Gee Tiffany Ann Thrasher Baltimore Chapter Howard Moon Boston Chapter Hazem Mohamed Ahmed […]

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March 2021 From the Executive’s Desk: Where Do You Place Your Value?

March 4, 2021
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ASPE brings a lot of value to its current and future members—especially considering how being an ASPE member can continually assist you in advancing your career while also making you […]

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