Pipeline Exclusives

What Piping Materials and Sizing Methods Are Suitable for Bulk Grease and Motor Oil Systems?

February 21, 2022

Donald Ditter, CPD, GPD, a Senior Engineering Technician with H.F. Lenz Company in Pittsburgh, is working on a service garage that requires bulk grease and motor oil systems for lubricating […]


The Importance of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to the Plumbing Industry

February 17, 2022

Using BIM files from reputable manufacturers will speed up design processes, provide readily available data, and keep your jobsite organized. by Jim LeStage, CSI, CDT Advancements in technology have been […]


Why Nationally Recognized Standards Are Important in the Vertical Build Market

February 4, 2022

In our profession, standards are referenced and employed as a basis of design in specifying materials and, to a certain extent, the means and methods of installation. However, not everyone […]


Case Study: The Uniform Plumbing Code Plays Well with Others in Idaho

January 19, 2022

The State of Idaho adopts codes from various code-writing organizations to protect its citizens. It is comforting to know that IAPMO’s Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) correlates well with the other adopted […]


What Is the Best Way to Become Your Company’s Revit Guru?

January 18, 2022

Thomas Rosaschi, CPDT, is a Plumbing Designer with David Sims & Associates in Wilmington, North Carolina. His firm is slowly transitioning from doing jobs in AutoCad to Revit, and Tommy has […]


January 2022 Great Lakes Region 2 News

January 17, 2022

We welcome in 2022 with plenty of hope and expectations, looking forward to new experiences and challenges. We will likely face more adversity and need to remain flexible to adjust […]


January 2022 From the Executive’s Desk: Leadership that Inspires

January 13, 2022

As I began thinking about this column with a desire to pick up where I left off in my last column relative to our goals, both past and future, I […]


January 2022 New Society Members

January 7, 2022

Please help us welcome the following plumbing industry professionals who recently joined ASPE or changed Chapter affiliation. Atlanta Chapter Jared Zachary Johnson Keith A. Karmilovich David Brian Weiss Baltimore Chapter […]


What Are an Engineer’s Obligations When Freedoms Intersect?

January 7, 2022

Anyone who accepts a freedom, license, registration, or any privilege must also accept the duties and responsibilities that go with such considerations. Nothing comes for free, and the payment can […]


December 2021 From the President’s Pen: ASPE’s Holiday

December 16, 2021

Our lives are filled with poignant, meaningful moments. ASPE has been kind to me in many ways, and I will be thankful for that my entire life. The final weeks […]

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