October 24, 2011 energyair Share this post Energy Air, Inc., a company recently named the fifth largest air conditioning and heating contractor in the southeast by ENRSoutheast, received the coveted Eagle award for the company’s work completing the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) scope of work at Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla. Energy Air was honored with the award by the Central Florida chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors at the annual Excellence in Construction awards banquet held at the J.W. Marriott in Orlando on October 22. Energy Air Senior Project Manager, Louie Marquez, and Senior Foreman for the project, Andres Flores, were presented with the award on stage to applause from the nearly 600 people in attendance. Energy Air completed the new construction phase of the existing Orange County school in December 2010. The mechanical scope included installation of the county’s first thermal storage system, a system that stores thermal energy in storage reservoirs for later use. They are employed to balance energy demand between day time and night time and have become more popular as energy efficiency has become a greater concern for building owners. Energy Air also received an Award of Merit for the company’s work installing a unique mechanical system at the Gander Academy in Lake Mary, Fla, and Director of Marketing, Kati Bucciero, received the esteemed Marketing Award of Excellence for the creative layout and design of the Gander Academy entry book. Read more here.