The Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) has announced that it is ready to offer a new 300-hour HVAC training program to meet the workforce needs of local contractors. BOCES needs a part-time teacher for the program.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology has announced that technicians who handle appliances containing federally regulated refrigerants may take the required certification exams online through the college.
“Why do you need trucks that big?” That’s a question people often ask Ron Gaines, owner of R.L. Gaines & Son Heating & Air Conditioning, Georgetown, KY, about his moving van-sized work vehicles. Gaines does a lot of new construction work and his trucks are large enough so that a crew can load an entire job inside.
Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) of Western Pennsylvania is rolling out a new scholarship program to encourage students, and people desiring to make a career change, to get training in the HVACR field.
The NFL's Cleveland Browns have hired Elliott-Lewis Corporation of Philadelphia, PA, to operate and maintain critical facilities in the team's $290 million stadium, including HVAC equipment, electrical fixtures, and plumbing systems.
On behalf of Pennsylvania Gov. Mark Schweiker, Public Welfare Secretary Feather O. Houstoun recently announced that Pennsylvania's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is now accepting applications for the 2002-03 winter heating season.
Building Services Institute, Inc., has launched Performance Enhancement Program (PEP), a business development program for contractors to grow their commercial service agreement and high-margin project business.
Teletrol Systems Inc., a leader in building automation technology, has announced the expansion of its national business partnerships with the addition of Duke Power to its list of Teletrol Authorized Systems Integrators.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that the New Hampshire Fire Prevention Commission and the State Fire Marshal's Office have announced the adoption of the latest editions of NFPA 1, Fire Prevention Code™, and NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®, including all reference documents.