PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia 76ers National Basketball Association (NBA) team has announced a partnership with Tozour Energy Systems, a full-service HVAC and building automation provider based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. The 76ers are building a new 125,000-square-foot training complex, which will be the largest in the NBA. As part of their partnership, Tozour Energy will be installing Trane® integrated rooftop variable air volume equipment controlled by the Tracer Summit™ building automation system. Tozour SMART Services will measure, sustain, and optimize the building’s performance to keep the team comfortable and minimize energy costs.

“The Philadelphia 76ers have taken an innovative, forward-thinking approach to this building. In response, the Tozour team has integrated a powerful building automation system that will deliver high performance and efficiency,” said Kevin Duffy, president of Tozour Energy Systems. “We are pleased to partner with our hometown team and look forward to watching them grow and excel in the new practice facility.”

“As a fellow ‘Best Place to Work’ in Philadelphia, Tozour Energy Systems is a natural partner for our progressive new training complex,” said Chad Biggs, Philadelphia 76ers senior vice president, corporate development and activation. “Tozour Energy and the Sixers share a forward-thinking focus on efficient and exceptional performance, a discipline that lives at the heart of training complex, our organization, and the future of our team.”

Tozour Energy Systems is a franchise of Trane, a business of Ingersoll Rand. The company provides customers with a range of solutions including building automation, equipment services, energy conservation services, green building design, controls, parts, supplies, and technical support throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information, visit

Publication date: 4/6/2016