The greatest risk to Property Managers concerning Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is when tenants are allowed to define how IAQ is perceived. Allowing tenants to define the perception of IAQ is a gateway to much larger IAQ problems. As an example of larger and unnecessary IAQ problems here's an email clip from a property manager in IAQ distress.
ORLANDO, FLA. (Feb. 19, 2015) – Longwood-based Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. is starting $2.2 million of HVAC, plumbing and special effects work at eight new Orlando-area projects. Included are: the Nemours Children’s Hospital Orlando Cath Lab, for Skanska USA Building, Orlando; Hilton Orlando Meeting Room expansion, for Welbro Building Corporation, Maitland; Orlando Health South Lake Hospital Second Floor Infusion, for Robins & Morton, Orlando; Access Charter School and Expedia Orlando renovations, both for McCree General Contractors & Architects, Orlando; plus three more theme park related projects.
Doubletree by Hilton Orlando Sea World retained CES to perform an air-cooled chiller replacement at their International Drive resort. The project required installing a 14,000 lb, 195-ton chiller onto the rooftop of the 16 story, 200 ft. tall, 194k sq. ft. resort tower. CES partnered with Sims Crane Orlando to provide a 350-ton crane to accomplish the lift. The project required significant coordination between CES and resort staff to assure a safe project. The goals of the chiller replacement project were to reduce maintenance and energy costs and to improve reliability and efficiency.
Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. (CES) is pleased to support the City of Orlando and Orange County Government in the City Energy Project policies and programs to improve energy efficiency in buildings, including the energy benchmarking and transparency, auditing, and retro-commissioning policies. CES has long supported energy efficiency and conservation efforts, not only as a means to protect the environment, but also as a necessary part of the future sustainability of the Central Florida region. You can view the City's press release here.
Facility Service Team Coordination and Collaboration a Success
Led by Project Manager, John Faircloth, CES’s Facility Services team recently completed a successful $420K, fast-track, mission critical HVAC retrofit for a Fortune 500 telecommunication company in Naples Florida. At CES, we understand that failure of a mission critical system – equipment, process, software – can result in failure of your business operations. CES’s turn-key solutions allow CES to single source system design, installation, and maintenance for our clients.
Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. starts $1 million of HVAC, plumbing and special effects work at 10 new Orlando-area projects
ORLANDO, FLA. (Jan. 20, 2015) – Longwood-based Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. is starting $1 million of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing and special effects work at 10 new Orlando-area projects. Included are: the Nemours Children’s Hospital Orlando Operating Room 6, for Skanska USA Building, Orlando; Florida Hospital Altamonte Mechanical Room repairs, as prime contractor; Florida Hospital DeLand Third Floor Progressive Care Unit renovations, for Robins & Morton, Orlando; Florida Hospital East Dialysis Room, Orlando, for Barton Malow Co., Orlando; Discovery Clothing Company tenant improvements, Kissimmee, for Williams Company Southeast, Orlando; plus five theme park related projects.
Longwood-based Comprehensive Energy Services Inc. is starting $770,000 of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and plumbing work for eight new Orlando-area projects that include: the new SAI Holdings building, 2224 Hazelhurst Ave., Orlando; Kandor Dental Spa & Salon, 5515 Vista View Way, Oviedo, for RLH Construction, Oviedo; a tenant build-out at 135 W. Central Blvd., Orlando, for Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Orlando; and an office build-out for the Nassal Company, 415 W. Kaley St., Orlando.
On November 2, 2014 Comprehensive Energy Services Inc. announced that it started $1.3 million of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and plumbing work for 10 new projects in Central Florida. (Click here for original article)