ASTORIA, N.Y. - As part of an ongoing strategy to provide the highest level of service possible and continue delivering services that positively impact clients’ bottom line, EMCOR Services Trimech, located in Pompton Plains, N.J., and EMCOR Services Gotham Air Conditioning, based in Astoria, N.Y., have combined operations.

The combined companies, which represent over 60 years of experience in servicing and managing facilities for clients, will be known as EMCOR Services NY/NJ and will be headquartered in Astoria. The company is a subsidiary EMCOR Group Inc., a Fortune 500® leader in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure, and facilities services for a diverse range of businesses globally.

Frank Cooney, previously president and CEO of EMCOR Services Gotham Air Conditioning, has been appointed president and CEO of the combined companies. According to Cooney, the overriding goal of the new structure is to enable EMCOR Services NY/NJ to provide clients with exceptional performance.

“Combining our technical workforce and mobile services operations enables the two EMCOR companies to provide significantly enhanced customer service,” he explained. “The new structure will benefit clients like Grubb and Ellis, the real estate giant for which Gotham has been servicing over a million square feet in New Jersey, as well as clients such as Adams & Company, Steinberg & Pokoik, and NYU Medical, which will benefit in the design-build aspect of our business due to the increased engineering capabilities that combining the operations of Trimech and Gotham provides.

“Trimech clients such as Bergman Real Estate and Cendant will also benefit from the new operating structure through access to enhanced technical capabilities and broader coverage by service personnel.”

The service departments and back offices of Gotham and Trimech have been combined into the New York location. EMCOR Services NY/NJ continues to maintain separate project operations in each state. A primary focus of the Pompton Plains, N.J., group remains on process piping, engineering, and construction for large pharmaceutical companies. The focus in Astoria continues to be design-build of air conditioning systems and interior fit-outs for Class A building tenants.

In his new position, Cooney is responsible for establishing the firm’s strategic direction and realizing its tactical implementation plans.

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Publication date:03/19/2007