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The APHCC of Alabama is dedicated to the

promotion, advancement, education and

training of the industry, for the protection of

our environment, and the health, safety, and

comfort of society.

SPRING 2019

Table of Contents

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6

9

10

12

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14

16

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Message from the PHCC National President Ken Nielsen

PHCC Members Advocate for Key Issues at 2019 Legislative Conference

Advocacy Means ‘Calling for Action’

Judge Strikes Down Association Health Plan (AHP) Rule

Education Opportunities

PHCC of Alabama Backflow Assembly Tester Class

PHCC of Alabama Annual Trade Show Preview

Thanks from Urology Health Foundation

Alabama PHCC Golf Tournament Wrap

Special Thanks to Our Associate Members

APHCC of Alabama

Officers

PRESIDENT:

Rick Thomason PHC

1634A Montgomery Highway, Suite 162

Hoover, AL 35216

205-822-0597

Advertiser Directory

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Liberty Pumps (libertypumps.com) 20

R.E. Michel Company (remichel.com) 7

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T&S Brass (tsbrass.com/markets) 11

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VICE PRESIDENT:

James Cole

Cole Sewer & Drain Services

4530 Plummer Court

Montgomery, AL 36106

334-279-8919

SECRETARY-TREASURER:

Nick Tatum

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4100 County Road 5

Monroeville, AL 36460

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IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:

Michael Dean

Dean Plumbing Company

3100 Leeman Ferry Road

Huntsville, AL 35801

256-883-6130

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:

Bob Mosca

PO Box 36972

Birmingham, AL 35236

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Board

Christine Joiner

DMJ Service, LLC

219 Oxmoor Circle, Ste 1

Homewood, AL 35209

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Paula Quarles

Banks Quarles Plumbing, Heating, Cooling

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Mike Scanlon

Scanlon Plumbing Services

263 Mendel Parkway

Montgomery, AL 36117

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Charlie Conklin

Sentry Plumbing, Heating & Air

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Birmingham, AL 35243

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Fred Williamson

Williamson Plumbing

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Senior Editor:

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ometimes it takes a village – or at least a strong

contingent of passionate contractors – to create change.

I’ve been attending the PHCC – National Association

Legislative Conference for many years, along with a

group from Massachusetts that’s so large that we usually have

to break up into two groups to meet with all the representatives

from our state! That always ensures that we can leverage the

full potential of this great event, sharing our stories about

important issues – like unfair utility competition and the need

for infrastructure spending – with all our national lawmakers and

staffs so that they have our industry’s issues top of mind when

they’re making decisions that impact our businesses.

By voicing our concerns in person about unfair utility

competition, we hopefully put a face – and a story – with this

important issue. This year I spoke first-hand about how, years

ago, a gas company in Massachusetts was giving away free

equipment, with consumers having to find a contractor to install

it. As a contractor, I can’t compete with free equipment, and

most contractors aren’t interested in installing it. I am hoping

my representatives heard my voice loud and clear about how

these utilities have an unfair advantage by procuring resources

subsidized by ratepayers.

ROLLING UP OUR SLEEVES LOCALLY

A Message from the

PHCC National President

Ken Nielsen

The national Legislative Conference has provided a fabulous

framework for our PHCC of Massachusetts’ Day at the State

Capital. Our chapter’s executive director, Wayne Thomas, did a

great job developing this annual state event a few years ago and

always has a small but mighty group of local members getting

in front of our local representatives. Hopefully you are just as

passionate about the laws in your state that affect your business;

I encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to

advocate in person on important issues. As we’ve found in

Massachusetts, often those in the state legislature have more

time to meet with you (and they usually remember you from

year to year!). That repetition is key.

I’m pleased to report that I’m seeing signs of infrastructure

improvement spending right now in my hometown of Reading,

Massachusetts, where they’re replacing both old cast iron gas

WHEN A VOICE

TURNS INTO ACTION

pipes and the water main. Hopefully this trend will spread across

America as Congress realizes that it’s not just our visible bridges

and roadways that are in disrepair; our infrastructure below

ground (namely water and gas) is in dire straits as well!

PHCC GOVERNMENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE

Since I’ve become a national PHCC officer, I’ve been exposed

to how much time and effort the PHCC Government Relations

Committee spends developing and reviewing positions on

key PHCC issues. We are very lucky to have such dedicated

committee members – contractors just like you – who help set the

direction of messages for PHCC staff to carry to Capitol Hill and

to regulatory agencies. One issue I brought up to this Committee

was the National Fire Protection Association Hot Work

Certification, which resulted from fallen Boston firefighters’

families’ push for a “Hot Work” bill. (The firefighters died in a

2014 fire that was sparked by welders igniting a torch on a day

with intense winds.)

As of July 2018, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts made hot

work certification mandatory for all workers performing work

involving flames or producing heat. Via the Education section

of our PHCC of Massachusetts website (www.phccma.org),

visitors can register for the Hot Work Safety Certificate Program.

I predict this will be a nationwide initiative in the next few years,

and I want PHCC to be the place to go to get this certification no

matter where you reside.

REGULATIONS ON REFRIGERANTS

As an HVAC contractor, I am also very passionate about the

changing regulations on refrigerants. With some of the new

refrigerants being mildly flammable, it’s more important than

ever to ensure our technicians are trained on safe handling. I just

attended a joint meeting in April with the Refrigeration Service

Engineers Society (RSES); together we participated in a training

session by refrigerant manufacturer Chemours. I’m pleased

that both RSES and Chemours are joining us for CONNECT

2019, Oct. 2-4, in Indianapolis, Indiana. In fact, Chemours is

sponsoring a site visit for attendees at their facility in Indy. I

hope to see you there!

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PHCC

MEMBERS

ADVOCATE

FOR KEY

ISSUES

AT 2019

LEGISLATIVE

CONFERENCE

During PHCC’s Legislative Conference

held May 7-8, 2019, a very focused and

energetic group of professional PHCC

contractors, association executives and

industry partners took to Capitol Hill

to advocate for PHCC members before

Congressional members to ensure:

• Legislation is passed to address

America’s infrastructure needs,

especially water system upgrades.

• A regulatory environment that

promotes fair competition.

• Affordable health care access for

small businesses through Association

Health Plans.

Continued on Page 8

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PHCC President Ken Nielsen kicked off the event by telling the

more than 110 registrants that, “I am pleased to report that PHCC

continues to position itself as THE voice of the p-h-c industry.

PHCC’s continued commitment to protecting the interests of

our members, our industry and health and safety of the nation is

critical.”

Conference attendees were treated to a presentation on the current

political climate by keynote speaker Carl Cannon, Washington

Bureau Chief of RealClearPolitics and Executive Editor of

RealClear Media Group, who underscored the importance of

grassroots involvement as part of an effective advocacy campaign.

During an issue briefing prior to departing for meetings on

Capitol Hill, PHCC members were armed with information

about how Association Health Plans will improve health

care access and affordability for small businesses and

families. PHCC, which has been pursuing the formation

of an AHP, supports solutions offered in S.1170 in

the Senate sponsored by Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY)

and HR.2294 in the House sponsored by Rep. Tim

Walberg (R-MI). “These companion bills would allow

contractors who would otherwise be prohibited under

the ruling in N.Y.et al vs. U.S. Department of Labor to

participate in an AHP,” Nielsen said. “The ability for

small businesses and self-employed tradespeople to

have a variety of healthcare options from which

to choose ensures a competitive healthcare

marketplace that keeps costs low.”

The briefing also focused on other

key issues, including unfair utility

competition. PHCC supports a

regulatory environment that

promotes fair competition by

requiring total separation

between a publicly- or

investor-owned utility

and their related affiliates,

and prohibiting the use

of ratepayer funds or any

other anti-competitive

advantage gained as a

government sanctioned

monopoly to enter a

marketplace outside of

the provision of utilities.

“Taking these steps will ensure a fair and competitive marketplace

for the thousands of small and family-owned businesses we

represent,” Nielsen said.

At the PHCC Congressional Reception in the U.S. Capitol,

lawmakers including Reps. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.), Steve Chabot

(R-Ohio), Jim Langevin (D-RI) and David Schweikert (R-

AZ) encouraged PHCC attendees by stating that infrastructure

spending is the one issue on which Republicans and Democrats

can agree. In a May 14 speech to road construction stakeholders,

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told industry stakeholders “I’m

confident that it will happen.” Her sentiment echoes comments

made by President Trump during his Feb. 5 State of the Union: “I

know that the Congress is eager to pass an infrastructure bill, and

I am eager to work with you on legislation to deliver new and

important infrastructure investment…This is not an option.

This is a necessity.” PHCC will meet again with White

House officials to follow-up ondiscussions about PHCC

members’ role in rebuilding America’s infrastructure..

Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-NY), the featured speaker at the

PHCC Congressional Breakfast on May 8, shared his

regional approach in Long Island to address workforce

shortages. “We need plumbers, electricians, welders,

computer machinists…People have to get the skills

to meet demand,” he said. A bipartisan proposal to

include career and technical education funding

in a potential infrastructure package lists Rep.

Suozzi as an original co-signer, and enjoys

the support of PHCC.

PHCC’s next advocacy event will be

an education session at CONNECT

2019 featuring legislative and

regulatory updates on key

issues from PHCC Vice

President of Regulatory

Affairs Chuck White and

Director of Legislative

Affairs Mark Valentini.

The 2020 PHCC

Legislative Conference

is scheduled for May 26-

27, 2020, on Capitol Hill.

Visit www.phccweb.org

for the latest updates.

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A Message from the

PHCC Executive Vice President

Michael Copp

ADVOCACY MEANS

‘CALLING FOR ACTION’

The PHCC Federation represents (as described back in

1883) a membership of “allied contractors” engaged

in a “movement” dedicated to the “advancement and

education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for

the health, safety, and comfort of society and the protection of

the environment.” This movement requires engagement at the

local, state, and national level to ensure that members mobilize

in lockstep when our industry is being attacked either by faulty

and wasteful legislative or regulatory requirements. Advocacy

is the primary way that the PHCC Federation advances critical

issues that keep members up at night and influences legislative

and regulatory efforts with a call for action.

In a recent survey, PHCC members ranked “legislative and

regulatory leadership/representation” as a critical driver of

membership in the association. As one member said in an

interview: “If we have a problem and we want to see laws

changed, we have a say and that’s awesome.” We are delighted

to hear comments like that because they indicate PHCC is

providing exactly the type of representation that the PHCC

founders envisioned so many years ago.

In 2019, major PHCC advocacy issues include unfair competition,

Association Health Plans and infrastructure spending. I was

pleased to be part of a PHCC delegation at the 2019 Legislative

Conference that talked directly with national lawmakers about

our organization’s positions on these crucial issues. During this

annual conference and other visits on Capitol Hill throughout the

years, I have seen firsthand that these elected officials do listen

to us.

In addition to the priority issues at this year’s Legislative

Conference, other areas of focus directly affecting our members

over the past several years include

• Department of Labor’s Task Force on Apprenticeship

Expansion

• $1.2 billion Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education

Act

• Support for 529 savings plan being opened to technical

education

• Gas Furnace Efficiency Version 2 proposal from AHRI to

consolidate multiple component standards to a single furnace

standard

• Rulemaking process for VRF HVAC products

• National Association Health Plan

• Immigration reform

• Waters of the U.S. rulemaking (WOTUS)

• Reauthorization of the Water Infrastructure Finance and

Innovation Act (WIFIA)

• Reauthorization and making permanent the appropriation for

WaterSense

• Lead paint renovation rules

• EnergyStar funding and EPA oversight

• Tax reform

• Permanent, full expensing of all business expenses (179D)

• Affordable Care Act Individual Mandate to $0

• Eliminate Alternative Minimum Tax

A UK campaigner, Saira O’Mallie, remarked “If you ever feel

like you’re just one person trying to change something, I promise

there are hundreds, thousands, if not millions of people out there

who feel the same way as you, who want to make a difference.”

There is power and influence in numbers, and the bigger the

PHCC organization grows, the more meaningful our movement

becomes. We encourage members like you to “tell your story”

and call for action that protects this great industry.

Summer 2019 • www.alabamaphcc.org • Alabama Contractor 9


JUDGE

STRIKES DOWN

ASSOCIATION

HEALTH PLAN

(AHP) RULE

The Alabama PHCC plans to offer

health insurance to members through

the association has been put on hold.

U.S. District Judge John Bates in

Washington said the administration’s

final rule allowing associations and

employers to band together to create

AHPs goes beyond its authority under the

Employee Retirement Income Security

Act (ERISA).

Judge Bates ruled that, “The Final Rule

is clearly an end-run around the ACA

(Affordable Care Act).” While this may

have been true in some instances, Blue Cross

and Blue Shield of Alabama offered a plan

that was fully ACA compliant. However,

due to the uncertainty of the future of the

Department of Labor rule, Blue Cross has

chosen to pause any new AHPs.

It remains a priority for the Trump

Administration to increase access to health

insurance by expanding options through

associations. The Alabama PHCC will

continue to monitor any activity or renewed

efforts to move this issue forward and keep

the PHC community informed of new

developments.

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Wednesday, October 16, 2018 – 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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(*Non-member pricing includes Associate Member Dues for 2020.)

Set-up will be between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM.

____ My Company is an Associate Member of ALPHCC

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Thanks from Urology

Health Foundation

to Alabama PHCC for Charity Partnership

The Alabama PHCC donated $1,500 from the proceeds of the 2019 APHCC Golf Tournament to

the Urology Health Foundation. The non-profit foundation is partnered with the Urology Centers of

Alabama, one of the leading organizations in the country for the treatment and early detection of

prostate cancer. Below is the letter from foundation President Dr. Thomas Moody. We look forward to

continuing our partnership with Urology Health Foundation at future events and year-round!

LET’S MAKE THE 2020 PHCC GOLF TOURNAMENT

OUR BIGGEST FUNDRAISER YET!!

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2019 Alabama PHCC

Golf Tournament

THANK YOU TO OUR HOLE SPONSORS!

Scanlon Plumbing

Cole Plumbing

Dean Plumbing

Covenant Contracting Co

Aaatix

Rick Thomason PHC

Sentry Heating & Air

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Alabama Council on

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Chad Landers

Brian Pearman

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Thomas Barton

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Tom Watson

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LONGEST DRIVE #3

Michael Mitchell

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR WINNERS

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR PARTICIPANTS AND SPONSORS

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SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

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Alabama Plumbing and

Gas Fitters Board

David Wilcox

205-945-4857

Davidh.Wilcox@pgfb.alabama.gov

Jim Benton & Associates

Jim Benton 205-664-1221

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Coleman Russell

Ronnie Holmes

205-833-0700

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Christine Joiner

205-362-9989

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404-497-8871

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