ORLANDO, FL — Orlando-based Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. started $7 million of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing and special effects work at six new Orlando-area projects. Todd Morgan, P.E., co-founder and president, said the work includes: the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, Kissimmee, Fla., for Skanska USA Building; Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital first and second floor rooms, for R.C. Stevens Construction Co.; Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute HVAC, Orlando, for McCree General Contractor; and three theme park related projects.
Also, for the second consecutive year, the company won the Second Place Award in the Large Business Category in Bright House Networks’ 2016 Regional Business Awards of Greater Orlando.
Founded in 1992 by Todd and Shelly Morgan, Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. is nationally ranked as the third largest Florida-based mechanical and plumbing contractor according to ENR magazine. Led by Todd Morgan, P.E., President, a 2014 CEO of the Year honoree by Orlando Business Journal, CES is a recognized statewide leader recently named among Orlando Business Journal’s 2015 Golden 100 Top Privately-Held Companies and 2015 Best Places to Work.
A full-service Design-Build-Maintain Mechanical and Plumbing Contractor, CES self-performs a full range of advanced HVACR commercial and industrial services including mechanical engineering design and construction, plumbing, building automation, special effects, indoor air quality (IAQ), preventive maintenance and systems repairs throughout Florida. CES’s headquarters is located at 777 Bennett Drive in Longwood, Fla., and the company also operates a full-service office in Tampa, Fla. For more information, visit www.cesmechanical.com.