FYI: News Briefs in HVAC - January 13, 2020
For your information news briefs from a wide variety of categories within the HVAC industry. Price increases, mergers and acquisitions, award winners, and more are highlighted here each week.
Allied Air Enterprises (West Columbia, South Carolina) announced a price increase between 4 and 6 percent beginning February 1, 2020.
Infinitum Electric (Austin, Texas) announced that it has closed a $12.5 million Series B round of financing.
Ecoer (Fairfax, Virginia) named Rick Warner vice president and general manager for all sales and operations in the U.S. and Canada as of January 1, 2020.
CoolSys (Brea, California) acquired Tech Mechanical (Pontiac, Michigan).
Armstrong Fluid Technology (Toronto, California) joined The Climate Group’s EP 100 Initiative to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Koch Air (Evansville, Indiana) named Brian Redman vice president of residential sales.
Trane (Swords, Ireland) recognized SL Green Realty Corp. (New York) with an Energy Efficiency Leader Award for its commitment to best energy practices.
Aaon Inc. (Tulsa, Oklahoma) achieved Gold level in the 2019 Sustainable Tulsa Scorecard verification program.
Service World Expo officials awarded Shannon Bartlett of Bartlett Heating and Cooling (Marietta, Georgia) with the 2019 Woman Contractor of the Year award at the conference.
Haberberger Inc. (St. Louis) was honored by the Associated General Contractors of Missouri (AGC) with the 2019 HVAC/Piping Subcontractor of the Year Award.
Industrial Controls (Eatontown, New Jersey) introduced a new business unit, ICD Building Automation, which is focused on helping commercial building owners and managers improve day-to-day operations and IoT applications.
The DAK Group (Philadelphia) sold its client N&S Supply (Fishkill, New York) to Watsco Inc. (Miami, Florida).
WAGO Corp. (Germantown, Wisconsin) signed Crescent Electric Supply Inc. (East Dubuque, Illinois) as an authorized distributor.
Fazio Mechanical Services (Pittsburgh) has joined the North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council (NASRC) as a gold member.
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