Brothers from HFIAW Local 94 completed a colorful project at the Francis Tuttle Technology Center in Oklahoma City. Members did such a masterful job on the colored PVC project, that it was publicized on the front page of The Oklahoman newspaper earlier this year.
The $6.5 million renovation project at the facility included covering 3,500 linear feet of piping, consisting of chilled water, heated water, steam and domestic water, plus the pumps and tanks for all operating systems. The Francis Tuttle Technology Center is a public career and technology education center affiliated with the state of Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Throughout the years, the Insulators have provided services to the building’s operating systems.
The group of mechanics who worked on this specialty color PVC project expertly completed the job in the Industrial Technology building.
“I want to thank the Local 94 members for their outstanding work on this project,” said Project Manager Greg Glenn. “This is a great example of a well-trained and skilled union labor workforce.”
Local 94 Business Manager Roger Brown beamed when he discussed the impressive job. “I have always taken pride in producing qualified Local 94 Mechanics to serve our contractors and work on our jobs,” he said. Linihan Insulation was the Local 94 signatory contractor for the job.
The crew was made up of superintendent Greg Glenn and Local 94 Brothers Clint Wallace (foreman), Kendell Brown, Lawrence Dycus, Paul Earnest, Casey Koelsch and Larry Reeves.
Congratulations for putting your colorful craftsmanship on display!