|(Left to right) Richard Soper, president of Bosch Thermotechnology North America; Steve Caulfield of HL Turner Group; Kyle Murray, director of marketing, Bosch Thermotechnology; and Susan Johnson, CFO, Bosch Thermotechnology; onboard the USS Intrepid during the AHR Expo.|
LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Bosch Thermotechnology Corp. announced the winning entries in its inaugural Green Living awards contest. The Green Living awards contest is open to installing contractors and dealers, home and light commercial builders, and engineering specifiers to reward selection and installation of Bosch high-efficiency products.
Award categories include a/c geothermal, floor and wall-mounted boilers, domestic hot water, and a Total System Solution award recognizing an installation employing a combination of Bosch, Buderus, and FHP heating/cooling products. Winners in each category received a cash gift card from Bosch.
Harold Turner, HL Turner Group, Concord, N.H., took home the top prize in the Total System Solution category. Tim Cutler, TJ’s Plumbing, Attleboro, Mass., was the winner in the a/c geothermal category. Dustin Oliver, Integrity Services, Jefferson, Maine, picked up the floor and wall-mounted boilers prize. There was no winner selected in the domestic hot water category.
The Total System Solution winner, HL Turner Group, was on hand at the Bosch hospitality event held onboard the USS Intrepid Museum in New York City on Jan. 20 to receive the Bosch Green Living award. Steve Caulfield, lead engineer for the HL Turner Group, accepted the award for firm owner Harold Turner.
Publication date: 3/17/2014