This week the product gallery includes a line of stainless steel flush valve covers, a bronze Y-strainer, lead-free backflow prevention assemblies, an expansion to a popular line of press fittings and much more.
This marks the third year that CONTRACTOR has been assembling a list of Industry Luminaries. Some are practically household names — but some have been quietly working away with little notice or fanfare, just trying to make their own corner of the industry a better place to be.
Today, E.M. Duggan is a more than $175 million company operating out of four buildings in Canton and another in Boston. Monfredo credits Petroni for the company’s amazing success over the past three decades.
The intent is to use the buildings to show what is possible with current energy- and water-saving technology; to inspire and educate professionals and consumers about the benefits of sustainable, high-performance home strategies.
Nothing over the past 15 years has done more to increase the scope and efficiency of mobile service operations than advances in mobile technology, and the coming decade is going to make those gains look like small potatoes.