Trethewey Brothers is a proud member of the PHCC (Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association).
BEST PEOPLE. BEST PRACTICES.®
The premiere organization for the p-h-c professional, PHCC provides legislative advocacy, education and training to approximately 3,300 plumbing and HVACR open shop and union businesses and 65,000 technicians. Our members work in the residential, commercial, new construction, industrial and service and repair segments of the construction industry.
Members of PHCC have access to a wide variety of resources and services, strengthening their reputation as the best choice for professionalism, reliable products and knowledgeable service—and as a proud protector of public health and safety and the environment.
Approximately 125 state and local association affiliates are part of PHCC’s chapter network.
The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is dedicated to the advancement and education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for the health, safety and comfort of society and the protection of the environment.
Since 1883, PHCC has led the promotion, advancement, education and training of the industry in ways like this:
- Established a framework for the industry’s first apprenticeship system
- Championed the cause of safe, adequate sanitation to state legislatures
- Encouraged the invention of better plumbing appliances and fixtures
- Spearheaded education programs to keep pace with technological change
Roslindale Village Main Street (RVMS)
The mission of Roslindale Village Main Street (RVMS) is to promote Roslindale Village as an appealing destination and the dynamic center of our community. As an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we bring together local volunteers, businesses and public agencies to strengthen the Village’s economic vitality, physical appearance and unique local character.
RVMS follows the operating principles of the National Main Street Center. The Main Street Approach advocates a return to community self-reliance, local empowerment, and the rebuilding of traditional commercial districts based on their unique assets: distinctive architecture, a pedestrian-friendly environment, personal service, local ownership, and a sense of community. Harnessing the efforts of local volunteers builds long-term success by fostering community involvement and commitment to a shared vision for the neighborhood.