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At the AHR Expo in New York last week, Robert Bean presents the Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence to John Siegenthaler.
PM Hydronics Editor John Siegenthaler and longtime columnist Dan Holohan will present educational sessions Jan. 22, 2014, at PM LIVE! during the AHR Expo in New York City.
Each Thursday morning, I send a free enewsletter to more than 5,000 opt-in subscribers. It usually contains seven links to interesting stories (some of which even have to do with heating) along with my brief musings. I do this because I am curious by nature, love to share and have no life.
I was chatting with an engineer the other day. She called to ask me some questions about old steam-heating systems, particularly those of the New York City variety.
I’d like to begin with a big shout-out to that noted philosopher, Mr. Michael Tyson, who once said, “Everyone has a plan, ’til they get punched in the mouth.”
I was lucky to have had as one of my teachers the late, great Gil Carlson.
Each morning, when I sit at my desk, I give a moment’s thought to the broken copper pipe buried in the concrete slab just below my feet.