Charlie Yerger’s initial degree was not predictive of what turned out to be his passion. He turned a degree in EMS/Paramedicine into a career of working with HVAC control systems. His HVAC career started as an installation foreman for a controls contractor, which led to working as a technician for a large residential and commercial HVAC contractor in central Texas. In 2006 Yerger joined Johnson Controls Inc. as a systems technician on a major projects team, doing service work in specialized building systems areas.
Charitable organization provides injured hiker with a wheelchair
March 6, 2017
Daniel Parker has worked in the construction business for the past 45 years, the last 28 of which were spent as a finish carpenter managing crews in Tigard, Oregon. Parker’s career started in California, where he learned finish carpentry and new home construction while working with a firm in Atherton. He then moved to Nova Scotia and was the owner of Maplewood Enterprises Construction.
Parker needs 24-hour in-home care, and after purchasing a home equipped with a patient lift and wheelchair entry, he had no funds to purchase the wheelchair he desired. An online search led him to the Joseph Groh Foundation, where he applied for a grant. Thanks to many supporters, it was able to grant Parker’s wish.
Proceeds will be directly applied toward HVACR upgrades
January 30, 2017
Each year as part of its submission process, the AHR Expo Innovation Awards competition collects entry fees and then donates them in full to a charitable organization within regional proximity to the corresponding year’s show.
Students at Bronx Design and Construction Academy High School completed installation
January 26, 2017
When homeowner Milagros Orizal was told by her service provider last month that her boiler was leaking, she realized the problem had the potential to not only to ruin her holidays, but to render her home uninhabitable.
Mistubishi Electric donates products to Henley Homes Inc.
January 9, 2017
Mitsubishi Electric was honored to send its first product donation to Georgetown, Texas, in 2014, where Henley Homes Inc. in Liberty Hill, Texas, built a house for U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Ray Coffey and his family.