American Plumbing & Heating Hosts Building Pathways Graduates

| May 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Joe Clancy provides hands-on experience.


Norwell, MA – American Plumbing & Heating owner and president Joseph Clancy recently hosted the graduating class from Building Pathways in Boston.

Students received hands‐on experience at the American Plumbing & Heating Fabrication Shop in Norwell.

Joseph Clancy, along with fabrication shop foreman, Bill Ferguson, demonstrated soldering, pipe cutting, materials prep, and quality control practices.

“You may learn about plumbing in a classroom but having the hands‐on experience is invaluable to apprentices,” said Clancy. “We are fortunate to have the space and the talent to help mentor these young students. What they experienced during their visit will stay with them throughout their career.”

Bill Ferguson demonstrates soldering to students

Bill Ferguson demonstrates soldering to students.

Building Pathways is a six‐week program designed to prepare qualified applicants for an apprenticeship in the building trades. It is sponsored by the Building and Construction Trades Council of the Metropolitan District in partnership with Action for Boston Community Development and the Boston Housing Authority.

American Plumbing & Heating has been helping build Boston since 1985.

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