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President's Message: Winter 2018

As I near the end of my second term as President of the PHCC of Long Island, the opportunity to reflect is here. My accomplishments and short comings are passed along to the next executive committee.  I wrote in January of 2017 that our association was not advancing with future leadership, therefore Hunter Botto and I offered to each take on another term. I'm proud to announce that the incoming executive committee is in place and those members are more than capable of leading the organization!

Read MoreDec 6, 2018

About PHCC

The Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors of Long Island is entering its 78th year as an organization of professional licensed master plumbers heating contractors and cooling contractors operating within Long Island. Membership consists of established businessmen who recognize the advantages of membership in a professional organization which represents the PHCC industry.

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Williams Receives Notice of Complete Application from DEC - We Still Need Your Continued Support

Please click here for an important message from John Bruckner, President, National Grid NY.

Jun 3, 2019

Need for State-Level Plumbing Licensing Requirements

The PHCC of Long Island recently sent letters to several newly elected New York State officials, including Governor Andrew M. Cuomo,  to raise the issue of a statewide plumbing license. Click here to read that letter.

Mar 14, 2019

Congressman Suozzi, Long Island County Executives Announce Formation Of Long Island Apprenticeship & Workforce Development Task Force

Over the next three months, the newly formed task force will look to utilize and promote resources to support a pipeline to well-paying, high-skilled jobs on Long Island.

Congressman Tom Suozzi (D – Long Island, Queens), Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, and other leaders from the business community, labor, local community colleges, BOCES, and workforce development boards announced the formation of the Long Island Apprenticeship & Workforce Development Task Force.

Read MoreMar 12, 2019

PHCC of LI Keeps Marketplace Open to Competition with Favorable Court Ruling

The PHCCLI, an organization comprised of many of Long Island’s professional licensed plumbing, heating and cooling contractors, and PHCCLI member Gramman Plumbing and Heating, Inc., of Carle Place, recently received a favorable outcome in a court case between them and the Town of North Hempstead that was pending in Supreme Court, Nassau County. The PHCCLI and Gramman challenged amendments to the Town Code that prohibited the ability of licensed master plumbers and other contractors to perform non-public jobs on projects of over a certain size (100,000 square feet) unless they had employees who were graduates of state-approved apprenticeship programs.

Read MoreFeb 28, 2019

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