CES launches Energy Solution Services line

ORLANDO, FLA. — Comprehensive Energy Services Inc. recently launched its new line of Energy Solutions Services aimed at helping building owners and managers lower operating costs, particularly in the area of energy.

With its recent acquisition of the BuildingAdvice and Vykon/Tridium building automation system technologies, CES has enhanced its detailed energy assessments of buildings as well as estimated financial impact of proposed improvements.

“We believe that green is a strategy to increase profitability and asset value by lowering both operating costs and carbon footprint,” said Scott Wallick, vice president of service at CES. “Building owners and CFOs face rising operating costs and slowing rents. Our green building program will help. We are now able to provide an even greater economic value to our service customers because of our ability to solve energy problems and lower overall operating costs.”

The Energy Solutions process identifies energy savings opportunities and implements an appropriate action plan to achieve return on investment savings in a straightforward and cost effective method.

CES provides a full range of commercial and industrial heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and plumbing services, including design, construction, service, controls, refrigeration and maintenance. CES has been in business for 17 years and has been ranked among the University of Florida’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in Florida. Headed by 35-year Florida contracting veteran Todd S. Morgan, P.E. and president of CES, the company specializes in service, design build, high tech and conventional commercial projects.

Completed projects include Florida Hospital Kissimmee, Central Energy Plant, Crystal Photonics Clean Room, Florida Hospital FISH Memorial Patient Tower addition, attractions at Universal Studios, including The Simpsons, Terminator 2-3D, Twister, Men in Black Alien Attack, Shrek 3-D, Revenge of the Mummy, and Coronado Springs’ Exhibit Hall expansion.