A school’s air distribution system is a key component in creating a safe, comfortable learning environment for students. In undertaking a cafeteria renovation and commons area addition, Ogden High School in Utah took this into account and incorporated Price Active Beams into the project.
The following video explores the project and the reasons why Price Active Beams were the ideal choice for Ogden High School. Enjoy!
The earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010 devastated the country and left many children orphans. Price is proud to be a part of the U.S. Green Building Council’s project to build Haiti’s first LEED Orphanage & Children’s Center.
Price’s Winder, Georgia Plant Manager, Steve Bittle, has had two opportunities to travel to Haiti since the earthquake. In the video below, he talks about his experiences and what Project Haiti means for the orphaned children in Haiti.
In this latest Tech Tip you can learn how you can customize the column names on your terminal performance report as Phill Litkowich looks at the ‘define custom column headers’ feature of Price All-In-One.
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.