At its annual legislative awards dinner, the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association (SMACNA) presented two California contractors with awards.
Mark Nelson, of Los Angeles Air Conditioning Inc., in La Verne, Calif., was honored with the Legislative Contractor of the Year award. Meanwhile, Richard Buckley, of Anderson, Rowe, and Buckley Inc. in San Francisco, was recognized with the Distinguished Legislative Service award.
Hughes Supply Inc. will host its eighth and final major market event this year to celebrate its 75th anniversary. On October 9, Hughes will honor its vendors and customers in the Phoenix area with a 2-8 p.m. vendor showcase at Phoenix International Raceway.
When Advanced Mechanical’s Jim Perez was given the opportunity to field test a new generation of fiberglass duct wrap that promised to be softer to the touch, less irritating, and simpler to cut, he was ready and willing to give it a try.
Helping to educate the leaders of tomorrow, the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA) College of Fellows awarded two $1,200 scholarships to California residents for the 2003-2004 academic year.
Montana State University has launched a Web site that features a number of energy-efficient homes across the country. The site, which can be found at www.homes-across-america.org, is an educational resource for homeowners, designers, and builders.
Plaza Towers, in Sacramento, Calif., was recently honored with a Carrier Regional Environmental Leadership Award. Carrier Corporation hands out such awards to honor a project involving the implementation of energy efficiency.
Salt Lake resident Steve Love, owner of Hidden Springs Ranch, a multi-million dollar adventure resort located high in the hills south of Salt Lake City, built his lodge from the ground up. He said he spared no expense, using the finest materials available. To bring comfort to the floors, Love installed a unique in-floor radiant heating system.