Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc (CES), one of the largest specialty contractors in Central Florida, is pleased to announce that Tony Scacchi has been appointed as safety director and will lead the implementation and oversight of CES’ safety programs, including employee and contractor safety, process and operational safety and ongoing regulatory compliance.
This premier Central Florida construction industry competition, established in 1988, and now in its 31st year, honors the most prestigious construction projects in Central Florida.
CES took home a total of 7 coveted awards including a Golden Eagle for Subcontractor of the Year for work on Universal's Volcano Bay Aquatics Package.
Aging Central Air Handling Units (AHUs) life expectancy can greatly benefit through Q-Pac fan retrofit solutions. Common considerations:
- Are the AHU chamber casings in good shape? Are they double wall?
- Is it time to replace compacted cooling and heating coils.
- Are you tired of the supply fan maintenance issues shutting down business.
- Was the mechanical room built around the AHU? Unit accessibility issues in limited access mechanical rooms often constrain replacement options.
Q-Pac Fan Retrofits are very competitive when looking at first cost, but the real value is downstream in maintenance, dependability, and controls and energy management benefits.
Comprehensive Energy Services (CES), Florida's premier commercial HVAC service company is seeking highly talented individuals to join our growing team. At CES, we are "Relationship Based and Performance Driven." We continually strive to attract the best employees in the industry by offering competitive salary, advancement opportunities, excellent benefit packages and multi-level training opportunities.
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The following resources offer proven strategies for superior energy management. With tools and resources available for each step of the way, organizations can improve energy and financial performance and distinguish itself as an environmental leader.
Whether you own or manage one facility or an entire portfolio, you can add value by saving energy. The following is a list of "go-to" resources for increasing building energy efficiency.
However subjective one's perception of indoor air quality (IAQ) is, as a building owner, property manager, or building engineer it's critical that IAQ complaints are proactively responded to and managed.
The IAQ problem indicator dictates the associated management response, with some requiring immediate attention. Other problems are less urgent, but all require a response.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) can account for as much as 30% of a building's annual energy usage. CES offers a wealth of opportunities for businesses to cost-effectively improve the energy efficiency of their HVAC systems and save money on energy bills.
We are in an era where graphics can play a pivotal role in creating the strong visual presence needed to help improve the efficiency of maintenance and management work of facilities.
End users expect their building automation systems to be as simple to understand as their smart phones, tablets and other entertainment systems. This has prompted the introduction of 3D graphics and animations to building management systems.
Deferred HVAC maintenance is a new term for that old adage, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” On the surface it makes sense—if the HVAC system is running, why expend the resources associated with preventative maintenance?