Columbus State Community College and the Central Ohio Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) chapter have joined together to present a two credit hour college course designed to provide better understanding of carbon monoxide and the prevention of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Yale Mechanical Inc. recently purchased its company back from the consolidated owners who had acquired it in 1997. Encompass Services Corp., the consolidator that purchased Yale, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November 2002.
Mechanical Inc., a division of The Helm Group, has acquired Borg Mechanical Contractors Inc. of Hillside, Ill. Borg, a Chicago-area HVAC and process-piping contractor, will continue to operate under the Borg name.
Exelon Services Federal Group received a Department of Energy (DOE) 2002 Departmental Energy Management Award in honor of outstanding achievements in energy and water management for the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) Pumping Retrofit Project.
The delivery of patient care may be the primary mission in the healthcare business, but controlling costs and mitigating risk in today’s economy can distract even the most proficient of caregivers. Here’s how one 10-hospital system took a strategic approach to developing an energy initiative that saves over $1 million a year in utility costs while enhancing the environment of care.
Stephen Lamb, CAE, executive vice president of the Chicago Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA), has been working to position the organization as the “Education Association.” The Chicago MCA has made educating members its top priority, according to Lamb.
Ron Newman, Lakes Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc., Spirit Lake, IA, was named the HVAC Contractor of the Year at the recent annual convention of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—National Association (PHCC) in Toronto, ON, Canada.