EMCOR to Replace Military Base HVAC Systems; Robert Lake Comments

NavyConstructionAn EMCOR Group subsidiary (NYSE: EME) has been awarded a set of four contracts to repair and replace heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems at three military bases.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest contracted EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems to refresh systems at 64 buildings located in San Diego County, Calif., EMCOR said Wednesday.

“We’re delighted to work with the Department of the Navy on this contract, ” said Robert Lake, president of EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems.

Work will occur at Camp Pendleton; Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar; and the Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado.

EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems will work to either repair or replace chillers, boilers, variable air volume boxes, and direct digital controls systems at the bases.

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