GEM Energy Techs Set Local Record for Work Hours in 2018
The company's HVAC techs in northwest Ohio worked more than 80,000 hours
WALBRIDGE, Ohio — GEM Energy, of the Rudolph Libbe Group, set a local industry record when its 39 HVAC service technicians based in northwest Ohio worked more than 80,000 hours in 2018, according to United Association (UA) Local 50.
The reports generated by UA Local 50 reflect hours worked for HVAC service under the National Service Maintenance Agreement.
In addition to setting a new record for Toledo-area HVAC service providers, GEM Energy’s HVAC service team has more than doubled its northwest Ohio hours worked annually from 2013 to 2018.
GEM Energy’s total HVAC workforce of 54 technicians in Toledo, Cleveland, Lima, and Detroit exceeded 115,000 work hours in 2018.
“Two groups of people have made this level of growth possible,” said Chris Weeks, director of service operations for GEM Energy. “They are our customers, who trust us to keep their heating and cooling systems operating safely and efficiently, and our associates who earn that trust every day with their personal commitment to service and excellence.”
Publication date: 3/12/2019