CES took home an Eagle Award for Plumbing work with Universal Orlando's Fast & Furious: Supercharged attraction.
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.
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.
CES's Icewall technology can be seen around the world.
CES began establishing itself as a special effects contractor in the mid 1990's. The Universal Studios' Terminator 2 and Twister attractions launched CES's special effects reputation. In 1999, CES's invented the Icewall.
This innovative proprietary design solidified us as a go-to company for special effects systems. CES designs and builds each custom Icewall at its corporate headquarters in Longwood, Florida.
The latest Icewall editions can be seen at the Lincoln Park Zoo,Walter Family Arctic Tundra exhibit, and the Museum of Science and Industry, Extreme Ice exhibit.
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.