Special Skills and Qualifications

  • Extensive Commercial Plumbing/HVAC Experience
  • Geothermal Certification
  • Certified Master Medical Gas Specialist
  • 30 Years Management Experience – HDPE Piping
  • Design / Build Experience
  • Insurance/Risk Management
  • Business Acquisitions
  • 28 Years Pantex Project
  • OBO Projects various countries
  • TS clearance
  • Fire Sprinkler RME – Underground Fire Main

Professional Experience

  • 44 years in industrial, commercial and residential Plumbing
  • Extensive experience with projects and repair at CNS Pantex plant
  • Plumbing construction management on hundreds of jobs
  • Multi-story experience including hospitals, schools, banks, government
  • Past and present board member and director of several local, state and national PHCC
  • organizations
  • Chilled / Hot water and Steam systems
  • Member of Construction Contractors Alliance

Education & Training

  • 5 Years Plumbing Apprentice program
  • Geothermal Loop Design Certification – Oklahoma State University
  • Texas Medical Gas Certification Course
  • HDPE Welding Certification
  • Construction Estimating – Amarillo College
  • 10 Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course
  • NQA-1, Nuclear Quality Assurance Level I


  • Zone 1 Director and Board Member for Texas Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors for 10 years
  • Member of Texas PHCC Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee for 10 years
  • Member of National PHCC Construction Contractors Alliance
  • President PHCC TX 2006


Dickie McCurdy received the 2018 Spirit of Texas Award from the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Texas at their annual business meeting on May 5, 2018, for his services in going above and beyond to resolve a business-related issue within the association.

The Spirit of Texas Award is unique in that it is not given every year, but only when deserved. In his duties resolving the business-related issue, McCurdy was present for every meeting, conference call, legal discussion and more to protect the members of PHCC Texas in the resolution.

A long-time member and board member of the PHCC Texas. He believes PHCC Texas should stand at the forefront of industry changes, updates or expansions as well as fight diligently to bring about fair business practices, an open environment for growth, and ongoing protection for the occupational licensees they serve.

“I was surprised and honored to receive the Spirit of Texas award,” McCurdy said. “I love serving my industry and making it better for the next generation.”

Since its founding in 1883, the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is dedicated to the advancement and education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for the health, safety, and comfort of society and the protection of the environment.