Jack Bavis, left, Richard McKeagan, center, and David Dawe, right, came all the way from Newfoundland to wish McKeagan a happy retirement.
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Chris Willette, left, president of Fresh-Air UV, and Pierre Audet, right, president of Electro-Breeze are joining forces and moving manufacturing to Florida.
It’s that time of year again. The AHR Expo is ramping up preparations for their annual trade-show event February 3- 5 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. More than 500,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space will be jam-packed with booths featuring the latest and greatest technology in the HVAC/R industries. “This is […]
Education is critical in keeping up to date on equipment. An apprentice technician installs a thermostat under the watchful eye of a judge at Skills Ontario 2019. HRAI member volunteers organized and ran the residential HVAC competition.
Bill Hooper, left, is presented the award of merit at the Canadian Hydronics Conference in Ottawa, Ont., by Andrew Dyck, Barclay Sales Ltd., right, and Dave Hughes, NAIT, center.
NEXT Plumbing and Hydronics Supply, Vaughan, Ont., raised over $345,000 for cancer research through participation in the annual Scotiabank Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer event held Sept. 28 at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto. “We believe in being integral to our customers, coworkers and community,” said NEXT CEO Michael Storfer. “Events like this are a tremendous […]
The Master Group, Boucherville, Que., has acquired Baymar Supply Ltd., London, Ont., a distributor specializing in commercial, industrial and institutional HVAC/R solutions. Baymar Supply will continue to operate out of their Windsor and London offices. “By integrating Baymar into the Master team, we can join forces and become a dominant player by offering a unique […]
Andrew Fleetwood, left, and PCL Agile senior construction manager Terry Olynyk with the hospital bathroom module prototype.
AON’s Gerry Russ, left, led a panel on industry challenges.
The geothermal retrofit at the TransCanada Arena in Ritchot, Man. saves 60 percent on energy, reduces maintenance and increases comfort for spectators.