American Constructors, a 30-year-old commercial construction management company headquartered in Austin, TX, has utilized a dehumidification system for the first time in a school which has yielded better than expected results.
Dick McKinley, an American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning dealer with the O’Connor Co. in Kansas City, MO, recently received American Standard’s North Central Region Sales Achievement Award for 2001.
Budgetary restraints were challenging, but — with the help of a Georgia manufacturer — engineers, architects, and contractors were able to construct a state-of-the-art natatorium for Mainland Regional High School in the Atlantic City, NJ, suburb of Linwood.
You are sitting in a wide-body aircraft on a hot, humid afternoon at Miami International Airport. You are shoulder to shoulder with a couple hundred people and the doors of the plane are open as the ground crew loads up the soft drinks and peanuts for the flight. Even though the plane is on time, you know it may be a while before takeoff. Fortunately, that little nozzle above your head is blasting out cold air.