Johnson Cools the $30M Georgia Bulldogs Indoor Athletic Facility
The official dedication of the University of Georgia Indoor Athletic Facility was help this past week inside their brand new 102,306 square foot structure. Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems provided our systems to condition this new facility. The space will benefit athletics at the University, with head football coach saying, “This new indoor facility is a remarkable addition to our overall football footprint. It opens many new doors for the opportunities our student-athletes will have to practice not only in adverse weather conditions but also provides a first-class working environment for parts of our strength and conditioning and nutrition programs.” Read more about the facility at The University of Georgia dedicates $30M Indoor Athletic Facility
Westlakes Athletic and Community Center
Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems provided Westlakes Athletic and Community Center two heating and cooling outdoor mounted air-rotation systems. For its region, the Westlakes Athletic and Community Center is a one-of-a-kind facility totaling 70,000 square feet of space. The facility has a large wood court for basketball and volleyball with 5 full-size basketball courts of space. A turf set up is also available with space for a 50-yard football field.
Fritz’s Adventure in Branson, MO at their Midnight Premiere
One of our customers, Fritz’s Adventure in Branson, MO at their Midnight Premiere on November 19th!
Johnson Team attends the Daikin Road Show in Birmingham and Atlanta
Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems’ team attended the Daikin Road Show in Birmingham and Atlanta this past week, where Daiken was looking forward to showing off their new space to their clients and reps at their first ever tradeshow hosted in Birmingham. The tradeshow offered informative seminars with topics ranging from Packaged Rooftop units to humidity control ideas. Johnson exhibited their product and passed out case studies to the attendees while attending the Daikin show. Some old playing cards that were previous marketing materials of Johnson’s were dug up by a Daikin representative and turned into a popular hand-out for the Johnson team to use.
While the Johnson team was on the road, they stopped by Phillips-Van Heusen demo site and were taken aback by how immaculate the facility was. This demo site had five Johnson Air-Rotation units inside of it and PVH seemed extremely satisfied with them.
Johnson had success attending this show, speaking to many reps and individuals interested in our product. The tradeshow had a laid-back atmosphere, something different from other shows the Johnson team has attended. If you saw the team at the show, thanks for stopping by to chat and the Johnson team is glad to have met you. If you missed Johnson at the tradeshow or were not able to attend learn more about our product by contacting us.
Adventure is coming: Johnson provides Air-Rotation HVAC System to Fritz’s Adventure
Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems recently visited the Fritz’s Adventure site to oversea the installation of our Air-Rotation System. Fritz’s Adventure is rumored to be opening this fall, and tease that they will be announcing the official opening of their adventure park the first week of September. This three-story, 80,000 square foot building, located in Branson, MO will feature suspended bridges, rock walls, a full-size water tower, and an actual airplane. Learn more about their construction by visiting FritzsAdventure.com.
Two Johnson Air-Rotation Systems to provide about 350 tons of Heating and Cooling.
Johnson Air-Rotation Systems will provide heating and cooling for a tenant built-out at Aviator Business Park in Hazelwood, MO, for Wiegmann Associates. They are installing the HVAC systems for a 75,000 sq.ft shell warehouse on another log of their project.
The business park is a 155-acre development located one mile north of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. One of the projects major mechanical components for the Silgan Plastics section of the project will include two Johnson Air-Rotation HVAC Systems that will provide about 350 tons of heating and cooling throughout the space.
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