Architectural Record annually recognizes companies and agencies that produce the most effective ads in the building and design industry. For the second year in a row, Price has been chosen as a finalist. The jury that evaluates the ads is made up of architects representing firms of all sizes.The 2013 Price ad features the Gensler Office in Los Angeles, where Price Chilled Sails were selected for their energy efficiency and thermal comfort benefits. The tagline for the ad, Inspiration for those who inspire us, emphasizes Gensler’s position as a true leader in architecture and design, while also highlighting the importance of Price Chilled Sails in creating an innovative and sustainable work environment.
The weather may not have held out for the 34th Annual E.H. Price Employee Golf Tournament, held May 28th, 2011 at South Interlake Golf Course, but that only made it even more memorable. The sold-out tournament kicked off under blue skies and sunshine, but by the time most teams were approaching the ninth hole rain and hail took over, blanketing the golf course in white.
The video below captures the day’s events, including the unpredictable Winnipeg weather.
All variable air volume (VAV) terminal units—including single duct, bypass, system powered induction, fan-powered or dual duct—have a common function: regulate the amount of primary air entering the terminal unit.
This control of the primary air volume can be used for the following purposes:
The primary air valve assembly contains an inlet tube, damper and air flow sensor. When sizing a terminal unit inlet, HVAC designers aim to minimize the sound generation of the terminal unit, as well accurately resolve the flow signal at both full and minimum cooling.
Price was once again proud to be a part of the Future Leaders of Manitoba Awards, held on January 27th, 2011 to honour young professionals who are committed to staying in Manitoba and contributing to the continued social and economic growth of our province.
See highlights of the evening, including part of Gerry Price’s keynote address, in the video below.