News and Events2023-02-10T18:11:50+00:00

2023 Earthquake Soccer Tickets

As a 2023 sponsor, the South Bay Piping Industry has complimentary tickets to San Jose Earthquakes soccer games. Please note - tickets are distributed up until 24 hours before the game. Tickets are sent first come, first served ... Limited Seats available at some games!   Get your tickets here. Here is a list of upcoming games: SJ EQ’s vs. Houston Dynamo FC - Sat., April 1 @ 7:30pm/Paypal Park SJ EQ’s vs. Kansas City Sporting SC – Sat., April 15 @ 7:30pm/Paypal Park SJ EQ’s vs. Dallas FC – Sat., May 27 @ 7:30pm/Paypal

February 10th, 2023|Uncategorized|

San Jose Barracuda Tickets Available

The South Bay Piping Industry as a promoter of local sports, has seats for the San Jose Barracuda's 2023 hockey season.  You can request tickets!  Here is the list of 2023 games with tickets still available - all games are held at the TECH CU Arena, 1500 South 10th St. in San Jose - our season is about to close, only 2 games left: Friday, April 7th 7 pm vs Eagles Saturday, April 8th 6 pm vs Eagles EMAIL [email protected] for tickets.     You must include: (1) your name, (2)  game day, (3)

January 18th, 2023|News, Uncategorized|

Public Works Educational Conference – November 9, 2022

The Public Works Educational Conference has returned and was held on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at the Loyd E. Williams Pipe Trades Training Center, 780 Commercial Street, in San Jose.  Keynote speakers included Ken Lau, Dept. of Industrial Relations - Ruben Rosales, Dept. of Labor - Eric Rood, Dept. of Apprenticeship Standards and Jill Nerone, Alameda County Assistant DA, Insurance Fraud and Labor Trafficking. There was also a special presentation of the short award-winning documentary, "This Adventure Called California" introduced and produced by Jennifer Huang. The film follows the story of Arnoldo, who comes

September 20th, 2022|Uncategorized|

This Adventure Called California

Labor Trafficking Survivor Hopes Short Documentary Film Will Help Protect Other Workers - Film will be part of San Jose's Cinequest this year with a panel discussion to include Ruth Silver Taube, Legal Services Chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, labor advocate Mauricio Velarde, Prevailing Wage Officer at South Bay Piping Industry, and San Jose Councilmember Raul Peralez. Benita Hopkins, Co-Chair, San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking and founder of 1st Fruits Arts Project, will moderate the discussion. It is a common thought that human trafficking is a far and

August 18th, 2022|Buildings, Construction, News|
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