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Portland Building Installs Under-Floor System

May 19, 2002
Ad agency Wieden + Kennedy's new home in a former Portland, OR, warehouse presented unique challenges in design. It also offered the opportunity to install a very different heating and cooling system provided by The Trane Company.
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Two CA Contractors Honored For Legislative Contributions

May 11, 2002
The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA) recognized two California contractors for their exceptional legislative contributions at its annual legislative awards dinner in Washington, DC.
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No Small Success For Owner Of Energy Conservation Hawaii

May 4, 2002
Darren Kimura and Energy Conservation Hawaii (ECH) have each come a long way since 1995. Kimura, who started ECH more than six years ago, has developed into quite a businessman, recently being named the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA’s) 2002 Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Hawaii.
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Information Only Helps If It’s Implemented, Says Contractor

April 26, 2002
If International Service Leadership (ISL) ever sought a “poster contractor” — as opposed to a poster child — Leland Smith should be ISL president Bill Efird’s first choice.
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ACCA Arizona Brings Easter To Kids - Again

April 26, 2002
For the third straight year, ACCA of Arizona participated in a Phoenix community project known as the Easter Basket Giveaway.
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Goettl Air Conditioning Receives Honors

April 26, 2002
Goettl Air Conditioning, Inc., which has been manufacturing heating and air conditioning equipment in Phoenix, AZ, since 1939, earned two awards recently.
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This Is The Pits (But It’s Fun)

April 21, 2002
Rusty Wallace had a few newcomers on his team at the 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup Racing Event, held March 3 in Las Vegas.
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Contractors Seek To Defeat Construction Defect Lawsuits

April 21, 2002
The Southern Nevada Air Conditioning Refrigeration Service Contractors Association (SNARSCA) learned that no one with a contractor’s license can escape the destructive effects of construction defect lawsuits.
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DOE Awards Oregon $2.8 Million

April 21, 2002
Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham announced recently that the Department of Energy (DOE) will award the state of Oregon $2,856,430 to improve the energy efficiency of hundreds of low-income households this year.
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Ed McMahon Sues Over Toxic Mold

April 21, 2002
Ed McMahon is suing his home insurance company for $20 million, claiming it botched a simple repair on a broken pipe and, as a result, allowed a toxic mold to spread throughout his Los Angeles home, making his family sick and killing his dog.
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