WV State Pipe Trades Financial Secretary Eddie D’Aquila (podium) speaks to members of the West Virginia Pipe Trades at their annual convention in Roanoke, WV as WV Pipe Trades President Bryan Raber (right) looks on.
56 members of the Plumbing and Pipefitting industry gathered at the event to discuss industry issues such as: work and manpower across the US, potential micro chip plant work, and US President Joe Biden’s Chip Bill as well as the Inflation Reduction Act.
The WV Pipe Trades is an organization dedicated to promoting the interests of the plumbing and pipefitting industry.
According to their website, the WV Pipe Trades recommend legislation to protect the trades and public health, provide support to Locals in organization efforts, prevent members from unjust and injurious competition, and cultivate feelings of friendship and good will among those in the industry.
For more information about the WV Pipe Trades, log on to www.wvpipetrades.com.