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Keith Bonenfant, Secretary/Treasurer 
 
Keith Bonenfant, Secretary/Treasurer 

Keith Bonenfant is a plumbing and mechanical inspector with the California Department of General Services. He started working in the plumbing industry in 1984 in his home state of New Hampshire, where he completed a four-year apprenticeship program. He acquired his journeyman plumber license and just two years later achieved master plumber’s license status.

Bonenfant relocated to San Diego County in 1990, working as a journeyman, foreman, and general foreman on many types of projects ranging from prisons, schools, and hospitals, as well as federal projects at the surrounding military bases. He has taught plumbing and mechanical project inspector overview classes for the California Department of General Services, Division of the State Architect (DSA). He is a proud member of UA Local 398 Plumbers and Steamfitters in Pomona, Calif.

Bonenfant is an IAPMO-certified plumbing and mechanical inspector, ACIA Division II building inspector, and ASSE 6020 Medical Gas inspector. He holds several California contractor’s licenses; General Building (B), General Engineering (A), and Plumbing (C-36). He also holds a California Real Estate Broker license.

Bonenfant serves on two IAPMO committees — the Publication Committee and the Mechanical Workshop Committee.

He enjoys running, hiking, wood working, and spending time with family. He and his wife, Melanie, celebrated their 25th anniversary in October and have four children: Gaston, Chase, Sidney, and Paige.