Henry Plumbing CFO Tonya Reed Named 2019-2020 President of National Association of Women in Construction, Coastal Georgia Chapter #380

Oct 14, 2019
Tonya Reed NAWIC

Tonya Reed, CFO and co-owner of Henry Plumbing Company has been named the 2019-2020 President of the Coastal Georgia chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction. Media and the public is invited to the swearing in ceremony on Tuesday October 22nd, from 11:30am -1pm at Tubby’s Tankhouse in Thunderbolt, GA.

NAWIC’s local work includes the annual “Block Kids” event designed to interest Savannah youth in construction careers,annual scholarships for women studying in construction fields at Savannah Technical College, an annual scholarship presentation to Windsor Forest High School, the annual National Association of Women in Construction Week and monthly lunch and learn meetings dedicated to fostering relationships of women working in the construction industry, while working with city leaders and organizations to build a better Savannah.

Henry Plumbing Company is in it’s 4th generation of being a locally owned/managed Savannah business, which has served the Savannah area for 51 years. Henry Plumbing Company has been recognized as the Best Plumbers in Savannah by Connect Savannah, Best in Homes, Best of the Best, STAR Award Recipient and many other community awards. Henry Plumbing believes in excellence including a diverse workforce, workforce development, commitment to quality plumbing work for residential and commercial customers and providing natural gas line installations.

Henry Plumbing Company performs work for new construction, repairs and remodels for both commercial and residential projects. They currently have a staff of 25 Plumbers and Helpers that perform work on commercial and residential projects. As Savannah grows, so does the ability for Henry Plumbing Company to serve Savannah with the best and most efficient plumbing service in town.

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