Serving on a committee is a powerful way to drive the priorities of PHCC and give back to the industry! By volunteering to serve on a national committee, you join a group of influential members working to drive PHCC’s mission, vision and long-range strategic efforts.
Many PHCC members say that through their volunteer service they have gained new insights about the industry, accessed an expanded network of professional p-h-c contractors, and established lifelong friendships. Check out the current committee rosters.
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PHCC Board of Directors
The National Board of Directors consists of 12 elected zone directors, each representing a different subzone, and the following ex-officio members: president, president-elect, vice president, secretary, the AEC president, the Auxiliary president, the executive vice president, and a manufacturer’s representative.
Being a zone director is a three-year commitment involving three in-person meetings a year—at a rotating winter location, the Legislative Conference and CONNECT—and conference calls as needed. Zone Directors keep the board apprised of activities and concerns in the areas they represent. They also relay information about the national association to chapters in their zone, and assist with membership development efforts. They also may attend state conventions and other meetings in the states they represent. Approved travel is reimbursed.
Convention Task Force
Advises the PHCC President on education and other activities provided at the annual CONNECT conference and tradeshow.
Construction Contractors Alliance (CCA) Board of Trustees—PHCC Enhanced Service Group
This group addresses the needs of contractors who do new construction work. Members of the CCA Board of Trustees are selected during an annual election. Candidates must be a member of this enhanced service group in order to qualify.
It is the mission of the PHCC Education Committee to favorably position PHCC members and affiliates to achieve the highest level of participation, professionalism, leadership and business profitability in the emerging and ever-changing built environment through the development and delivery of a variety of education products and services.
Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation Committee—STANDING COMMITTEE
Recommends strategies to position the Association as a leader in providing plumbing and HVACR contractors with the tools they need to become energy and water conservation advocates in the built environment.
Government Relations Committee—STANDING COMMITTEE
Studies Federal legislation and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on what position, if any, should be taken by the Association. The committee also actively lobbies Congress and determines which Federal candidates should receive funds from the PHCC-PAC.
PHCC – Political Action Committee
A subcommittee of Government Relations Committee, the PHCC-PAC committee recommends strategies for generating contributions to the PAC and recommends which Federal candidates should receive contributions from the PAC.
ICC Plumbing Code
Works with the ICC to represent contractors in the development of the ICC codes.
IAPMO Plumbing and Mechanical Code
Works with IAPMO to represent contractors in the development of the UPC codes.
Insurance, Safety and Risk Management Committee
The PHCC-National Association Insurance, Safety, & Risk Management Committee partners with Federated Insurance to examine exposures specific to our industry, and develop and communicate best practices for risk management to PHCC members.
Membership Committee—STANDING COMMITTEE
Assists local and state chapters with member recruitment and retention, works with at-large members to establish new state chapters, and advises the Board of Directors on membership-related issues.
Quality Service Contractors Board of Trustees—PHCC Enhanced Service Group
Responsible for making recommendations and developing programs and services for the Association’s members who are engaged in service and repair work. Members of the QSC Board of Trustees are elected by QSC members during an annual election. Candidates must be a member of this enhanced service group in order to qualify.
A subcommittee of Government Relations Committee, the Regulatory committee studies Federal regulations and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors as to what position, if any, should be taken by the Association. The committee also actively lobbies Regulatory Agencies to ensure the needs of PHCC members are advocated. The committee shall be comprised of at least a chairman, Vice Chairman and at least three other members, each representing a different zone.
Responsible for maintaining order and procedures at association business meetings as prescribed by Roberts Rules of Order.
Union-Affiliated Contractors Board of Trustees—PHCC Enhanced Service Group
Responsible for developing program and services that meets the needs of the Association’s union contractor members. Members of the UAC Board of Trustees are elected by UAC members during an annual election. Candidates must be a member of this enhanced service group in order to qualify.
World Plumbing Council
Represents PHCC on the World Plumbing Council, an international organization which aims to develop and promote the image and standards of the plumbing Industry worldwide. Travel reimbursement costs are not included.