The impact the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry has had on the communities throughout the region is evident by the many commercial, industrial, bio-tech, governmental, educational, sports and leisure facilities that adorn the cityscapes of Northwest Ohio.
We built this community and we are working hard to make it even better through our current renovation and construction projects.
Over the years, the highly-skilled members of the Piping Industry have tackled thousands of projects of all sizes – from a single home renovation to a multi-million dollar manufacturing plant overhaul. Our members, and the wide array of contractors we work with, are ready to take on every challenge.
Here are just a few highlighted projects that show the variety of work we do.
Piping Industry members helped with the historic renovation of two riverfront buildings, including the historic Steam Plant, to create a state-of-the art headquarters for ProMedica.
The largest turnaround in 40 years at the BP Husky refinery in Oregon utilized more than 1,000 members of the Piping Industry. Safely, quickly and efficiently, our members completed maintenance, safety and upgrade projects.Click For More Info.
Piping Industry members are currently working on several buildings near Fifth Third Stadium, home of the Toledo Mudhens, in a new entertainment district called Hensville.
The historic Toledo Zoo Aquarium underwent its first major renovation in the building's 74-year history, and the Piping Industry worked hard to ensure the local landmark reopened looking better than ever.
More than 300 members of the Piping Industry are part of the workforce responsible for a $600 million project at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor that has far-reaching impact on the economy in Ottawa County and the entire State of Ohio.
The Piping Industry has been part of new and upgrade construction of countless facilities on the campus of Bowling Green State University.
The Piping Industry has been part of new and upgrade construction of countless facilities on the campus of the University of Toledo.
The Piping Industry helped make Pro-Tec Coating Co.’s dreams of rolling out a new line of high-strength steel a reality this year by constructing an expansion for the company’s Leipsic facility.
The Jeep plant in Toledo used to be the oldest continually operating manufacturing plant in Toledo before closing up in 2006. Thanks in part to the Piping Industry, the formerly vacant site will now be home to northwest Ohio's premier industrial park.
The passage of a $1.25 million levy in 2008 paid for the building and remodeling of fire stations across Sylvania Township. The Piping Industry contributed to the construction of the last levy-funded project at the new No. 1 fire station in downtown Sylvania.
The new Kroger store in Maumee marks a $20 million company investment in the Toledo area. The Piping Industry completed construction on the 90,921-square-foot store which opened its doors for the first time to customers on October 25.