Laredo Community College has been granted a six year accreditation of its HVACR program by HVAC Excellence. The school completed a self-study evaluation of its program; HVAC Excellence then validated the self-study through an intense review of the program.
In the southern part of Louisiana, flooding has taken its toll in many different ways. One unexpected turn of events is the cancellation of numerous blood drives by United Blood Services. This has caused the supply for the Acadiana Region to drop to a dangerously low level. Because of this, Dave Broussard A/C & Heating has scheduled a blood drive for the Lafayette, La., area on June 1 from 7:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
One of the Coastal Bend’s leading HVAC companies, Wendland Air Conditioning & Heating, announced that it will become Wendland One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating. Wendland One Hour is currently hiring technicians, installers, and comfort advisors at its 901 Austin Street, Portland, Texas location.
Carrier Corp. presented its Territory Manager (TM) of the Year Award to Greg Chassey of Carrier Enterprise South Florida. A new award this year, it is presented to a distributor territory manager who excels in achieving incremental and new dealer sales growth during the past year.
Rapid Recovery, a nationwide refrigerant recovery company, announced the opening of its Nashville, Tenn., franchise partner. This marked the 22nd location for the provider of refrigerant abatement for the HVACR, demolition, and marine industries.
AirTight, a critical site service contractor in Charlotte, N.C., teamed up with APC by Schneider Electric to host a first-ever live broadcast from Orange County Chopper’s headquarters in Newburgh, N.Y., where they were giving away eight Orange County Choppers to participants nationwide.
Brady Inc., a Trane franchise that provides energy systems and building solutions for commercial and industrial facilities across North Carolina, has announced a $25,000 donation to the College of Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University.
AirTight Mechanical of Charlotte, N.C., has been honored by the Humane Society of Charlotte for volunteerism. Co-Owners Greg and Connie Crumpton accepted the award on behalf of the company. “We are very humbled by being recognized for our volunteerism,” said Greg Crumpton.
Employees of Fort Myers, Fla., based Home-Tech decked their table - co-sponsored by Carrier - and themselves in an Alice in Wonderland motif at Edison State College’s eighth annual POPs Concert at Sunset and won the best overall design prize.