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The Plumbers and Steamfitters of Albany, organized as UA Local 7, are extremely proud to be a productive member of the Capital District business community. so when Tech Valley hits the Capital Region to build new or expand existing facilities, they can count on the members of Local 7. The complicated gas installations are vital pieces to tool hook-ups at these plants. Along with equally important commodities such as steam systems, potable water systems, and comfort piping systems. These systems are necessary to support the facilities. Please register on this site and learn more about us!.
If you have at least 5 years HVACR experience and are interested in a carreer with Local 7 please send your resume via email to MCesta@ualocal7. or mail to Local 7, Attn: Marc Cesta, 18 Avis Drive, Latham, NY 12110
Local 7 Plumbers and Steamfitters Organizer Tim Carter and Business Agent Frank Natalie talk about the importance of local jobs for local people. Take care when getting new boiler and do your research study initially.
Business Manager Ed Nadeau talks to YNN about the region’s growing high-tech sector. See Additional Information below article to view the video.
like New York’s investment in nanotech business. ALBANY, N.Y. — At UAlbany’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, this is what shift-change looks like, only these people aren’t making the computer chips, they’re responsible for making sure all the complicated nanotechnology actually works.
It’s behind the scenes work that bucks the national trend, while plumbers across the country have seen job cuts. said Nadeau.Here, it’s taken mathematical and scientific skill upgrades to support the work at the college and at the GlobalFoundries chip fab in Malta.
Dr. Alain Kaloyeros, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Senior VP CEO, said,
Because what’s happening upstairs is all being supported by the work being done down here. And it’s not just that, but take a look at this: PrecisionFlow Technologies. These are machines that are made down in the Hudson Valley which means all of this has a very big regional impact.