ORLANDO, Fla. - Comprehensive Energy Services Inc. (CES), along with Scott Stahley and Ed Price of Lincoln Property Co. of Florida, donated equipment, materials, and mechanical craftsmen labor to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida’s Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC). The transitional housing facility’s hot water system had been in need of replacement since December 2007.
Together, the companies completed the project five weeks ahead of schedule. Consisting of one commercial boiler and one hot water circulating pump that provided hot water for the entire facility, the project’s retail value was approximately $35,000.
“This was a critically important project for the women and children living in our 126-bed Women’s Residential and Counseling Center. We are very grateful to Todd Morgan, president of CES, and Scott Stahley and Ed Price at Lincoln Property Co. of Florida, for their leadership in the community and for making this major project a reality,” said Brent Trotter, president and CEO for the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.
Industrial Engineering of Orlando, Fla., also participated in this project by providing the new boiler at a reduced cost, as well as an upgraded model compared to the existing system.
For more information, visit www.cesmechanical.com.