A successful planned RTU replacement program saves energy and avoids costly emergency replacements. This approach allows standardization of equipment features, streamlines the process, reduces costs, and provides higher quality results.
Building operators and engineers have an important role to play in planning for infectious disease transmission emergencies.
Building engineers can support emergency planning by understanding the design, operations, and maintenance adequacy of buildings for which they are responsible and helping emergency planners mitigate vulnerabilities or develop interventions.
Unclog Drains & Sewer Lines Today!
One day it’s grease and tree roots, the next it’s sand and sludge. Hydro jetting is a great way to prevent future plumbing problems. Since it thoroughly cleans pipes in addition to unclogging them, you are doing yourself and your facility a huge favor. That’s why CES offers Hydro Jetting services to cover your drain cleaning needs.
Ventilation can "affect disease transmission."
This is Part 1 of a multi-part series on Coronavirus and HVAC. We aim to publish new content each week on topics that impact your portfolios, properties, employees, tenants, and residents.
On Tuesday March 17th, 2020, the National Institutes of Health reported that "The virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is stable for several hours to days in aerosols and on surfaces, according to a new study from National Institutes of Health, CDC, UCLA and Princeton University scientists in The New England Journal of Medicine." (ref. here).
Per ASHRAE, "Ventilation air is the minimum amount of outdoor air required for the purpose of controlling air contaminant levels in buildings." Increase and improve ventilation to help control disease transmission. What's your facility outdoor ventilation air rate?
RTU Retrofit or Replace?
New technologies for replacement and retrofits of existing rooftop air conditioning units (RTUs) offer tremendous savings opportunities. To help take advantage of those opportunities, DOE’s Advanced RTU Campaign (ARC) has developed a checklist built around a streamlined RTU evaluation methodology.
CES is your source for BAS system services and solutions.
Comprehensive Energy Services (CES) is one of Florida's premier supplier of building automation system solutions. CES has the knowledge and expertise to analyze a facility's building automaton system and provide options for upgrading or replacement of the existing system.
As a designated systems integrator, CES can provide options to incorporate existing BAS components with more cost effective BACnet solutions. We provide building owners and operator's unmatched options for future BACnet end device support and choice in service providers.
CES is here to provide custom built DXair solutions that truly control the humidity and air quality in your pool room/natatorium.
The fact that each DXair system is custom built is important. Our Healthcare and Hospitality clients needs are all unique. Effective humidity control is not achieved with a canned system. Our years of experience prove that.
CES's factory-trained service representatives are always close by to install, maintain and service your refrigeration and food service equipment. CES is an authorized warranty service company for the products of the ITW Food Equipment Group of companies Traulsen and Kairak.
The Volcano Bay Aquatics Package required the installation of 30 miles of piping by CES. Universal Studios’ 25-acre Volcano Bay water theme park presented enormous opportunities to excel in logistics, scheduling, manpower and scope of work activities.
Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc (CES), one of the largest specialty contractors in Central Florida, is pleased to announce the promotion of Michael O’Hare to VP Service Operations.
“Michael has demonstrated his talent and leadership capabilities in various roles within our company and he was a natural fit to fill the role as our new VP Service Operations,” said Todd S. Morgan, P.E.