Letters To The Editor -- December 2005
Page-By-Page SeminarI'm one of the loyal readers of “Hydronic Controls” in PM. As a designer of heating systems for the F.W. Webb Co., I refer to Carol Fey's articles frequently, as well as columns by John Siegenthaler and Dan Holohan.
Usually when I quote a job to a client, I give him an itemized list of materials, submittals, worksheets, wiring and piping diagrams, and sometimes I include a copy of something Carol has written. When I do copy them and hand them off to clients, I ensure that they know who Carol is and that she is someone who gets the wisdom out in front of contractors.
What prompted me to fire off this note was a conversation I had with a client yesterday. He lamented that we don't sponsor enough “workshops/training courses” to suit him. My reply to him was to ask if he gets PM. Said he did. I asked if he reads Carol's stuff; he said no. So my parting comment to him was, “Just read Ms. Fey's stuff; you'll get training that you can apply directly in the field. She writes good stuff.”
Please continue the column Carol writes in PM; I read her columns every month.
F.W. Webb Co.