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FAA Control Tower Mechanical Systems Order

EMCOR Group (UK) : 30 August, 2010  (Application Story)
Control Tower at Palm Springs Airport in California to receive HVAC system from Emcor Group Subsidiary
Emcor Group has announced that its University Marelich Mechanical subsidiary has been awarded a contract for installation of mechanical systems for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) control tower at the Palm Springs International Airport in Palm Springs, California.

University Marelich Mechanical will be responsible for furnishing and installing a complete HVAC system, including sheet metal and piping, for a new 10,000 square foot,156 foot high Air traffic control tower. University Marelich Mechanical will also install a 1,000-gallon emergency generator fuel system for the tower.

The FAA is an agency of the United States Department of Transportation with authority to regulate and oversee all aspects of civil aviation in the US. The Palm Springs International Airport is served by over a dozen airlines that connect to hundreds of cities worldwide, and with approximately 100 flights daily across the country.

“We’re very pleased to be working for the FAA on this important project for the Palm Springs International Airport,” said Scott Baker, President and CEO of University Marelich Mechanical. “Expanding or improving our country’s transportation infrastructure -- such as this control tower project -- is vital and is an area of our and Emcor’s expertise and experience.”
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