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Recovering from Hurricanes Harvey & Irma

Although the tolls of hurricanes Harvey and Irma are still being realized, the recovery has begun. We are happy to report that all of our employees from our Houston branch office are safe, and their homes were preserved despite heavy flooding in the area.

Some of our customers in the Houston and Miami areas were not as fortunate. A handful of their facilities took water and will require substantial efforts to bring back online. Computrols staff has been on the ground to help ensure these buildings return to normal as soon as possible. Houston Branch Manager, Ramon Torres, even continued working during Hurricane Harvey to take care of his customers. Continue reading Recovering from Hurricanes Harvey & Irma

 

From Electrical Helper to CEO

Drew Mire, Computrols CEOYou always hear about how hard work will eventually pay off, but in the case of Computrols CEO, Drew Mire, it really did.

Mire started his career at Computrols eight years ago as an Electrical Helper. His duties included running wire, bending conduit, wiring VAV boxes, among a number of other tasks given to him by senior level technicians. During this time, he was also pursuing his degree from the University of New Orleans with a full-time course load. Continue reading From Electrical Helper to CEO

 

Computrols Building Automation Project: Tampa City Center

Tampa City Center
Seanthemouse [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Computrols is further expanding its footprint in Tampa, FL by having been awarded the opportunity to provide a complete pneumatic to DDC controls retrofit at One Tampa City Center. Over the next several months, Computrols will be working to install a number of its controllers to improve HVAC control and energy efficiency in the 750,000 square foot Class A office tower.

Computrols will be retrofitting the Tampa City Center’s current pneumatic system with its state of the art DDC building automation system. This new system provides technology that will allow for a new level of temperature control to enhance tenant comfort while reducing energy consumption.

The upgrade is scheduled for completion in September of 2016. The updated components will include: Continue reading Computrols Building Automation Project: Tampa City Center