Foster Products Corp. recently announced information about its indoor air quality (IAQ) product line. The company said its line of products “provide a long-term solution to problems associated with [poor IAQ] by killing and preventing the re-growth of odor-causing mold, mildew, bacteria, and fungus.”
In August, a painter working at Ford Field — the new home of the NFL’s Detroit Lions — was killed when a hydraulic lift he was working on fell into the seats. The Associated Press reported that the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) had cited the man’s employer, Thomarios Painting, for two safety violations earlier this summer.
Steve Fox of Fox Heating and Cooling, Warrensburg, MO, says he sells a lot of dual-fuel systems: a gas furnace paired with a heat pump. The dual-fuel systems can provide increased efficiency that enables homeowners to heat and cool their homes for the lowest possible cost in parts of the country where this type of system suits the climate.
The Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA Chicago) recently held its first “Trot for Tots” program at the Arlington International Racecourse’s Million Platform Room in Arlington Heights, IL.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) announced the appointments of two Midwest businesspeople to key executive positions in the organization. The announcement was made at a late June convention in Chicago.
With the opening of it $17.1 million natatorium last year, Purdue University’s swim program went from an “outdated” swimming facility to a state-of-the-art Big Ten aquatic center, according to a recent Dectron press release.
After years in the HVAC service arena, a Detroit-area HVAC contractor and a top member of his former management team have opened a consulting business, offering solutions and support to plumbing and HVAC contractors who have made the decision to improve or grow their business. The new company is the Bergstrom-Elder Consulting Group.