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Howdy!

I'm Rob, from Princeton, TX. I'm currently an apprentice, with 2 and a half years under my belt, and hoping to have a test date within the next year and a half.

The company I work for does commercial new construction, mostly things like restaurants and smaller stores. We do a ton of Walgreens, and also Arbys, Burger Kings, Taco Cabanas, and Chick Filet, to name a few.

Anyways, I hope to maybe learn a thing or two here.
 

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Welcome! Yipppeeee, another smart plumber.

How do I know he's smart?

He posted an intro before getting to 10 posts. :jester:
 

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welcome-study your code book every day up until the test-after the test study it twice a day and learn all the reasons behind the code in your area.dont ever quit learning.this will be your profession,not just a job. good luck...
 

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Welcome:)
 

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Is your company doing the wallgreens in Mt.Pleasant.
yep! we just finished the top-out today, all we lack is setting the floor drains, cleanouts, and WC flanges.

Was just out there today too. small world, huh?

Oh, and where could I get a hold of a paper copy of a code book? could save me a fair bit of questions, although I do have a good bit of things commited to memory by now, although I do have trouble sometimes remembering ADA requirements

Is there any other literature you guys recommend for me to keep with me?
 
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