In 2009 when the Chicago Aquarium commissioned an audit of the facility’s water usage, one of the surprising findings was that the cooling systems were the leading cause of water use. Not the water used in the actual fish and mammal habitats. Read More
Greenland Enterprises, Inc. recently passed a major milestone for the Heritage High School HVAC Replacement project. The Greenland team set the last of 32 rooftop units in place at the Newport News, Virginia school as part of an accelerated schedule to have the new HVAC system operational in time for the new school year.
This 10-week project requires an exceptional level of coordination between Greenland, various subcontractors, and vendors to meet the tight timeline, while also minimizing disruptions for students and faculty. Thanks to the efforts of the Greenland team, CST Mechanical, AWG, Chesapeake Controls, and Damuth Trane, the project is currently on schedule.