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MEMBER TYPES:

  • Master Plumber Member: Open to New York City Licensed Master Plumbers who are in good standing with the DOB. Master Plumber Members receive email blasts and member area access, may attend social functions and meetings, are welcome to vote and be elected to office. Monthly and quarterly payment plans available.

Sub-Accounts:

  • Master Associate Member: Open to New York City Licensed Master Plumbers who are in good standing with the DOB and are from the same company as an existing Master Plumber Member. Master Associate Members may attend social functions and meetings, are able to vote and hold office.
  • Employee Co-Member: Open to key employees of existing Regular Members of the MPC who are in good standing. Employee Co-Members will receive email blasts and access to the member area, may attend social functions and meetings, but are unable to vote at the annual meeting or hold office.

*To register for a Sub-Account, please contact the Master Plumber Member for the company.

  • Industry Affiliate Member: Open to industry related companies who would benefit from the MPC and their members. Industry Affiliate Members are unable to vote at the annual meeting and may not hold office. Industry Affiliate members are welcomed at NYCMPC events and functions.
  • Professional Member: Open to all New York State licensed architects and engineers, lawfully engaged in providing services to the plumbing industry. Professional Members are unable to vote at the annual meeting and may not hold office. Professional members are welcomed at NYCMPC events and functions.

 

If you have any questions regarding which member type you would fall under, please contact the association office at info@nycmpc.org or call 718-793-6300.




Our Mission

The NYCMPC strives to promote the licensed plumbing industry and the benefits of hiring a licensed and insured firm. In addition we provide education and clarification on a wide assortment of code issues.