Over the past two years 50 Price staff members have been working relentlessly on the first-ever Price Engineer’s HVAC Handbook—a groundbreaking industry resource that combines the application of fundamental HVAC concepts with field experience and design guidance.
This 1,300 page reference text features 99 examples, 15 research highlights and over 1,000 graphics to help explain concepts and systems, our hope is that this handbook will be of benefit to all practicing engineers in the air distribution industry, as well as architects, contractors, students, and anyone else interested in HVAC systems.
The journey from inception to print was enjoyable and thoroughly educational for everyone on the Handbook Team. Now that the first shipments have been sent to Reps and 10,000 personalized books will be hand-delivered to engineers across North America in June, we’d like to share a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Price Engineer’s HVAC Handbook.
Without further adieu, we give you the Lead Engineer on the Project, Julian Rimmer.
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.
Over the past few months, Price employees in Winnipeg have been volunteering with the Little Moose Hockey Program to give youth with limited opportunities the opportunity to learn how to play hockey. We are always happy to be able to help out in the community, and getting the chance to get out on the ice to teach youth how to play a sport the volunteers love has been a great experience for everyone.