AB&I Foundry Joins Tyler Pipe & Coupling as an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor

June 30, 2017 — The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) is pleased to announce that AB&I Foundry has joined our Affiliate Sponsor program as part of Tyler Pipe & Coupling’s renewal for the coming year.

 

Part of the McWane family of companies, AB&I and Tyler Pipe are both leading U.S. manufacturers of cast iron soil pipe and fittings. Located in Oakland, California, AB&I also has a Custom Casting Division that can manufacture specialized products, and Tyler Pipe has a foundry in Tyler, Texas and a coupling plant in Marshfield, Missouri.

As ASPE Affiliate Sponsors, AB&I and Tyler Pipe receive year-round brand reinforcement and company recognition through exposure in Plumbing Engineer magazine and ASPE Pipeline, on ASPE’s social media platforms and ASPE’s website, and at national ASPE events. The companies also will receive five complimentary one-year ASPE memberships and, as new benefits of the program, will be able to send new product emails to ASPE membership and distribute an annual case study. ASPE also has recently developed a section on its website devoted exclusively to Affiliate Sponsors (aspe.org/affiliates).

“The McWane Plumbing Group’s partnership with ASPE aligns perfectly with our mission to partner with engineering professionals and help to educate them about our quality products that meet or even exceed the requirements of the specifications,” says Kurt Winter, EVP of McWane Plumbing Group. “ASPE’s dedication and commitment to the plumbing engineering community directly supports our focus of driving greater awareness about the need to specify safe, non-combustible piping materials.”

 

“ASPE Affiliate Sponsors are great supporters and educators of the plumbing engineering industry, and I hope our members learn more about the proper applications of cast iron pipe from this new partnership,” says Brian Henry, ASPE’s Director of Affiliate Relations.

To learn more about becoming an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, contact Brian Henry at bhenry@aspe.org or 847-296-0002 x235.