The Fulton Companies, a global manufacturer of steam, hydronic, and thermal fluid heat transfer products, announced the appointment of Chief Engineer Melissa M. Wadkinson, P.E., to three National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors subcommittees, each for a three-year term.
Ken Marino of Wayne Crouse Inc., Pittsburgh, recently made a $1,000 contribution to the Mechanical Contracting Education and Research Foundation (MCERF); he designated half the donation to the MCERF Scholarship Program.
Steady growth has led to relocation and expansion for the executive offices and primary distribution center of Meier Supply Co. Inc. The new facility is located at 275 Broome Corporate Parkway, Conklin, N.Y.
Peirce-Phelps Inc. has announced that Foley Mechanical, Medford, N.J., is the winner of the 2012 Q4 sales competition for Eternal hybrid water heaters. The competition was sponsored by Philadelphia-based Peirce-Phelps and Grand Hall, manufacturer of the Eternal hybrid water heater line.
EMCOR Group Inc., a leader in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure, and facilities services, announced that NASA has awarded its subsidiary EMCOR Government Services (EGS) with the Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award.
During the two-wing expansion of the Shire Human Genetic Therapies building in Lexington, Mass., SMACNA member Walsh Mechanical Contractors of Abington, Mass., designed, fabricated, and installed more than 13,000 linear feet of spiral ductwork to support the facility’s research and development work.
Johns Hopkins Hospital has completed a massive $1.1 billion expansion project that included the construction of two 12-story towers. SMACNA contractor United Sheet Metal Inc. (USM), Capitol Heights, Md., used four million pounds of galvanized and stainless steel sheet metal for the HVAC systems.
The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) congratulates Guido Zucconi on being named AHRI’s 2012 Employee of the Year, presented in recognition of his commitment to excellence in his role as director of congressional affairs.