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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.

NYCMPC membership provides support to professionals in the plumbing and related industries. Members are justly recognized as authorities. Be a part of the Master Plumbers Council, engage with others and help to protect your livelihood.

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Subsurface Plumbers Association

SPANY

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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Industry News

2018 Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to our 2018 Scholarship Winners! Meghan Martin, Valley Construction, Radiah Mohamed, Skinner Plumbing, Jordana Nadile, Hertler/Nadile Plumbing and Heating and Samantha Racan, DANCO, Inc.

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D.E.P List of Approved Water Meters

As a reminder, the most up-to-date list of approved water meters and related equipment can be found on the NYC Department of Environmental Protection(DEP) website. Click here to access the list, which was last updated October 2017.


USDOT / NYS PSC Mandated Gas Service Operator Qualification

As published in the June 2018 MPC newsletter, it is critical that we start to identify the potential number of persons that will want to have achieved Operator Qualified status prior to January 01, 2019, so that they may continue to work on DOT jurisdictional gas piping.

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Candidates no longer need 7 years’ experience to take written exam
Under NYC Rule 104-01, Candidates are no longer required to have 7 years of work experience nor have to attain registered journeyman status prior to applying to take the written exam.

The only published time requirement is that they have seven years of experience when they submit their final application (lic2). A final application can be submitted up to one year after they have passed both the written and the practical exams. Candidates are now permitted to accrue any additional required time while working through the licensing process. There is no minimum published experience requirements for submission of the initial Lic 41 application. Persons with as few as 4 years total experience may theoretically now start the licensing process. Based on this change, persons who in the future would be prohibited from obtaining a full NYC Dept. of Buildings Gas Work Certificate may actually be able to sit for the written exam!

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