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Alpine Mechanical Services Announces New Headquarters

December 5, 2011
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NEW BRITAIN, Pa. — Alpine Mechanical Services LLC announced that it has completed construction of a new corporate headquarters that is more than double the size of its original office. The company said this expansion comes as a result of the ongoing growth in the company’s geographic service area and the addition of new customers and locations to its roster.

“Alpine has continued to grow as more retail and commercial customers seek us out to provide them with quality HVAC preventative maintenance and service,” said Mark Barraclough, president, Alpine Mechanical Services. “We are expanding at a time when other HVAC service companies are cutting back or are being purchased.”

As a result of its business growth, Barraclough said Alpine is aggressively recruiting new hires. “With our focus on quality as well as our dedication to employee benefits, we are proud to not only be viewed as a leader in the HVAC industry but also as one of the best and most stable places to work,” he said.

Alpine Mechanical Services offers a complete range of HVAC maintenance services for retail and commercial customers. For more information, visit www.alpinems.com or call 877-489-0500.

Publication date: 12/05/2011

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