He will lead the long-term development of the $889 million mixed-use project underway around the campus of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The once-in-a-lifetime project is being led by a partnership between the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Industrial Realty Group (IRG), and M. Klein & Co.
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls held a grand opening for its Advanced Development & Engineering Center in York County, Pennsylvania, introducing the complex to the media and federal, state, and local dignitaries.
Partnership will enable career opportunities for students in HVAC and electrical fields
April 23, 2018
WEST ORANGE, New Jersey – Lincoln Educational Services Corp. has entered into an agreement with Johnson Controls to provide expanded career opportunities for Lincoln Tech graduates and to help build the Johnson Controls workforce. This marks the second partnership with a global employer that Lincoln has announced within the last several weeks.
Ormond Beach-based contractor and Johnson Controls work together for Building Homes for Heroes home dedication
April 20, 2018
PORT ORANGE, Florida - On April 11, Air One Heating and Cooling joined local contractors and Building Homes for Heroes at a Welcome Home ceremony in Port Orange, Florida for Army Sergeant Stephen Pyle. Johnson Controls donated a YORK® heating and cooling system and Air One provided installation services for the veteran’s new home.
Customers now have access to a broad range of airflow control products
April 11, 2018
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls announced today it has acquired the assets of Triatek®, a manufacturer of innovative airflow solutions for critical environments across the globe. With the purchase of the Norcross, Georgia-based company’s portfolio, Johnson Controls is adding to its offering a range of HVAC airflow control systems that help healthcare and other critical research facilities reduce the spread of airborne contaminants and chemicals.
MILWAUKEE – Johnson Controls announced that it will raise prices for the HVAC Equipment business to offset the continued increase in commodity costs. Price increases will range from 5-12 percent and impact the company’s equipment manufactured in its North American plants.