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Unique Installation Nears Completion In SD

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DeMarco Energy Systems of America, Inc. based in Austin, TX, has delivered the balance of units to be installed at the Bell Fouche Community Center based in Belle Fouche, SD.
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Edwards’ New Corporate Campus Designed For Efficiency, Comfort

By Mark Skaer
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Instead of a single monolithic building, J.D. Edwards & Company opted to design a multi-building campus for its world-class headquarters facility.
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Oregon Contractor Elected To SMACNA Board

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Douglas McQuown of Artic Sheet Metal was recently elected to the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association’s (SMACNA) board of directors.
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Retrofit Drives Chiller Performance At One America Plaza

By Mark Skaer
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As energy deregulation roils the California market, the retrofit of two 1,000-ton chillers with variable-frequency drives (vfd’s) at the One America Plaza office tower in San Diego last year has made a dramatic impact on the building’s energy costs.
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South Dakota Contractor Completes PHCC Term

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According to PHCC, Larry W. Howe, owner of Howe Heating & Plumbing, Inc., has been awarded National Association life membership.
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Energy Monitoring Project Started In Northern California

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Telemetrix Inc. has started an energy monitoring project in northern California with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Burger King® Corporation, Cingular PCS, and ITC International.
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Climate Control System Preserves Personality Of Pier One

By Mark Skaer
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Rehau Inc. has completed a radiant floor heating and cooling system project for an historic warehouse on Pier One, the northernmost pier on San Francisco’s Embarcadero.
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Best Contractor Honored Again

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One of last year’s News’ “Best Contractors to Work For” winners, has been honored again by the Radiant Panel Association (RPA).
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Using Thermal Energy Storage To Dodge The Energy Crisis

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The 24-story, 430,000-sq-ft office building known as 801 Towers in Los Angeles dodges the energy crisis because of a stroke of engineering foresight.
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Geothermal Saves Energy For Postal Service

By James Siegel
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The first geothermal system to be installed in the state of Nebraska was at a postal service facility in Lincoln. Since the installation, energy savings have been monitored and compared to a postal facility with a conventional hvac system. The results so far show that geothermal can save in the long-run.
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