Yearout Mechanical Inc., a mechanical contractor with projects throughout New Mexico, announced that it has adopted Textura—Construction Payment Management (CPM) to manage its projects, subcontractors, and material suppliers.
Standard Solar Inc., a leader in the development, installation, and financing of solar electric systems for commercial, government, and residential customers, has announced plans to develop a 598 kilowatt solar electric system for the city of Atlantic City, N.J., marking its entrance into the New Jersey market.
Schneider Electric has announced a $20 million performance contract with North Carolina State University to provide sustainable, clean energy projects in 1.6 million square feet of building space across 13 campus facilities. The contract consists of facility improvements, equipment upgrades, and energy efficiency techniques.
Honeywell announced it has completed the company’s first energy-efficient building upgrades at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), which will save the school an estimated $620,000 in annual energy costs. The work is part of a multi-phase, $21.7-million energy conservation and infrastructure renewal program.
BP Air Conditioning Corp., a leader in HVAC systems maintenance and service in New York City, is now using FieldConnect’s software solutions and Android tablets to manage its field service operations, it was announced by FieldConnect President, Rick Galyean.
A chiller system was experiencing degraded performance and leaks due to hard mineral build-up, corrosion, and reduced diameter. Nu Flow’s patented epoxy coating saved the customer from the cost and logistics of repairing and replacing the piping system by using existing connections to rehabilitate the pipes in place.
Onset, a leading supplier of data loggers, announced that the company has partnered with NorthWrite Inc. to deliver an integrated, real-time energy monitoring solution for use in a monitoring-based building commissioning program funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
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