Energy 1 prides itself on being a full-service contractor that can take a project from the drawing board to completion, and then provide full service and maintenance. During the last two years, they’ve brought all their plumbing and electrical design in-house.
Telematics is the integrated use of telecommunications and informatics as it applies to vehicles on the move. Most fleet management systems fall under the telematics umbrella, but so do mobile data systems, wireless safety and communication systems, intelligent vehicle control systems and much more.
The Caroline is a residential apartment building located on 23rd St., between 5th and 6th Ave., smack in the Flatiron District of Manhattan. Back in May of 2012, it also had a plumbing emergency in the making.
That vision was of a spacious, comfortable, state-of-the art green office space, both for McKinstry and its tenants: McKinstry Station. Standing in the way of that vision was decades of neglect, a building envelope that had never been designed for heating and cooling, and a spot on the list of the National Register of Historic places.
CHICAGO -- On March 1, CONTRACTOR Magazine’s Twitter page (twitter.com/contractormag) hit 17,000 followers. We, the editorial staff, thought that milestone made for a good opportunity not just to thank our followers, but to talk to all our readers about our expanded digital offerings, and how the world of business-to-business publishing is changing.
CALGARY, AB. — Jamie Whitehead, President of Cooper Plumbing & Heating Ltd., has only had his own shop up and running for about three years, but he’s already a two-time winner of Lochinvar’s VIP Installation Showcase.
It has been a difficult five years for the public sector. In many parts of America, the Great Recession shrank the tax base to the point where towns and villages were forced to cut spending by any means.
SPRING, TEXAS — Milton Frank Plumbing has been serving the area north of Houston for more than 28 years. For the past seven, Patrick Duffy has been working for Milton Frank as a service technician and team leader.
WATERFORD, PA. — Brian Dwyer is a third-generation plumber. His grandfather James founded the company in 1949 with a focus on residential plumbing. In 1979, Dwyer’s father bought the business and set about expanding it and adding excavating services. The company now owns several excavators and attachments, as well as a bulldozer, loaders, rollers and dump trucks. Brian bought the business in turn in 2008.
This week features a new series of slim jaw adjustable wrenches, an innovative control system for geothermal systems, a small footprint tankless water heater, a radiant system panel for above-floor installations and more.