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Today, licensed plumbing contractors are facing greater challenges from: unlicensed competition, major utility encroachment, ever changing building codes, New York City’s fiscal crisis, technological changes, new workplace laws and regulations.

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SPANY consists of licensed plumbing firms specializing in the performance of sewer and water main installation, replacements, repairs, upgrades, and all other associated underground plumbing work. With its close affiliation with the MPCNYC, the two associations provide a full range of services to the plumbing industry.

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Robert John Daly Memorial Training Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On January 31, 2019, the Master Plumbers Council of the City of New York hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new training center. The Robert John Daly Memorial Training Center was named in honor of Robert John Daly and his lifetime commitment to the safety and well-being of the citizens of NYC through his leadership and guidance of the city’s licensed plumbers. The center will host courses offered by the MPC to its members and the industry. 

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DOB Buildings News: January 2019

Commissioner Chandler Retires

Rick Chandler

Rick D. Chandler, PE, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Buildings, is retiring from city service. The Commissioner served 31 years with the City, including nearly 20 with the Department, four of which were as Commissioner. Commissioner Chandler led a sweeping modernization effort touching every part of the Buildings Department, including the launch of DOB NOW, which will allow New Yorkers to do all business with DOB more than 230 new inspectors and 150 technical staff, resulting in significantly faster permit reviews and inspections of construction sites and 311 complaints; and regulating the city's real estate and construction industries during the largest building boom in at least 50 years.

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2019 Scholarship Program

We are now accepting applications for our 2019 Scholarship Program! Please click here to find out more information such as eligibility and requirements. The application deadline is April 12, 2019.


Mayor de Blasio Announces Rick Chandler Stepping Down As Buildings Commissioner

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that Rick D. Chandler, PE, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Buildings, will be retiring from city service after 31 years with the city, including nearly 20 with the Department, four of which were as Commissioner. Commissioner Chandler led a sweeping modernization effort touching every part of the Buildings Department, including the launch of DOB NOW, which will allow New Yorkers to do all business with DOB online; hiring more than 230 new inspectors and 150 technical staff, resulting in significantly faster permit reviews and inspections of construction sites and 311 complaints; and regulating the city’s real estate and construction industries during the largest building boom in at least 50 years.

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