Bradley Fry of R P Gas Piping Named Top Young Business Owner
The Arizona Republic’s annual list of 35 Arizona Entrepreneurs 35 and Under included Bradley A. Fry, owner of R P Gas Piping. The gas pipe company is a division of Fry’s R P Companies that also includes utility construction and excavation divisions. This year’s honor was bestowed on October 27, 2011, and is described as a, “list of the state’s top young business owners.”
R P Gas Piping provides gas line solutions to all needs, from homeowner to business to commercial installations. Natural gas and propane gas, gas line installations, gas line plumbing and repair, gas storage tanks, and gas generators are the most popular services of Fry’s company that prides itself on outstanding customer service.
With excellent ratings from the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AROC) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB), R P Gas Piping has become a company that is trusted and respected in the Arizona business community, and is frequently recommended by current customers as well as professional service and utility providers.
In the Phoenix, Arizona, metropolitan area Fry and his business are known for their strong stand on safety. Each employee and contractor on a job site is accountable for both quality and safety, a philosophy that helps R P Gas Piping stand out from the field of gas piping contractors. R P Gas Piping is committed to safety on job sites and leaving safe quality workmanship behind.
R P Gas Piping’s famous, “DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME,” mentality has helped the company gain and maintain a recognized leadership position that not only supports their safety and quality standards, but also creates value and promotes cost savings for customers. Every job and every customer – no matter how small or how large – receives the same efficient use of time and materials that results in a superior finished project done correctly the first time.
All of the honorees were asked to give advice about entrepreneurial success. Fry’s advice is also his philosophy for business success: “You have to be willing to grow as a person with your company if you want your company to grow. Go to school, educate yourself, read books, find mentors and hold on! Get in and get your hands dirty in all aspects. It will make you respect yourself and people will respect you, which will help you build your company.”