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pipe fitter

[′pīp ‚fid·ər]
(engineering)
A technician who fits, threads, installs, and repairs pipes in a pipework system.
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However, let's assume that the pipefitter is a state employee.
Born in San Pedro, Nantroup worked as a coppersmith pipefitter at the Terminal Island shipyards while attending community college.
For instance, according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters make up one of the largest and highest paid construction occupations.
Margaret Bailey, a former pipefitter, lets us know about her journey.
According to the EEOC's complaint, Stanley Dowdle, an experienced pipefitter, received a conditional offer of employment to work at Huntington Ingalls' Newport News Shipbuilding facility in July 2013.
To see students perform well and earn their NCCER Certified Pipefitter designation is an accomplishment for us all to celebrate.
And a report from the probation service said the full-time pipefitter believed his work prevented him from becoming an alcoholic.
He worked for 41 years as a pipefitter and maintenance supervisor at Weyerhaeuser.
Pipefitter Glen Chesters, 43, from Liverpool, said: "The Polish workers were paid pounds 8 an hour, whereas we were paid pounds 12.
Pipefitter Glen Chesters, 43, from Liverpool, said:" We were all told on April 1 that the work was finished.
Trainee pipefitter Michael Murphy and three pals took to the briney at Little Haven in Pembrokeshire to launch what is hoped will be an annual charity swim.
Pipefitter John, from Kirkliston, near Edinburgh, has bungee-jumped for charity and is a regular blood donor.