Good afternoon everyone,
We’ve shown a lot of videos on here about Price Research Center North in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, but we are also excited to show you our facilities in Suwanee, Georgia! While visiting Atlanta, Carly was lucky enough to receive a tour from James in the Atlanta Lab. James may be soft-spoken, but he certainly knows pretty much everything about the art and science of air distribution! Architects, designers, owners, engineers and anyone with an interest in air distribution can interactively learn about Price products and services in this high-tech lab – so enjoy this video tour today, and then contact us to book a tour for the near future. Certainly Carly enjoyed her tour a lot, but check out the video below to see why she ended up behind bars…
We took a trip down to Atlanta last week to visit the new Winder facility. This is the newest factory in the Price manufacturing family. Built in 2007, this plant was designed to support our new line of silencers and allow us to focus heavily on terminal unit production. Not only were there friendly, fun people there to greet us, but the equipment and the factory looked amazing. Check out Carly’s interview with Steve, the plant manager to learn more about this new facility!
Happy New Year!
Hopefully your 2010 is off to a great start. Price’s year has already been busy and filled with visits to Price Research Center North. Today’s video blog shows an interview and some clips from the latest visit from Toronto’s MCW Consultants Ltd. MCW is doing a lot of work with the government of Nunavut, Canada. MCW’s website explains:
“The 39 government buildings in the capital of Canada’s newest territory consume $5.5 million of energy and water annually. MCW will be providing a savings-guaranteed and fully-financed energy performance program. The buildings include educational and health care facilities, office buildings, and residential buildings in the city of Iqaluit. This program is a key component of the Nunavut Energy Management Program and the Save 10 initiative.”
It sounds like a very challenging and exciting project, so Price was very happy that MCW visited Price Research Center North to do some testing for an Iqaluit educational facility. Check out the video below!