Comfort Systems USA Inc. continues to expand its local operations with its second acquisition of an Indianapolis company in the past year.
Service Plus plans to spend about $1.5 million on the move, which is expected to help the company double its workforce.
Compton Mechanical Systems Inc., a 35-year-old Indianapolis-based contractor, has merged with Comfort Systems USA’s Indiana subsidiary.
Larry Howald sold his father’s 40-employee HVAC business to Lennox in 2000 during a wave of industry consolidation. He stayed with the firm for a decade, but has now left to strike out on his own again.
The winner of the Small Business Administration award has seen steady growth during its 10 years in business.
Carmel-based Williams Comfort Air, a heating and cooling contractor, is accepting nominations for its Extraordinairy Treasures annual scholarship program. Six one-time scholarships totaling $5,000 will be awarded to high school seniors based on community service, leadership activities and family commitment.
Cold storage might become a hot business for a building contractor.
Doubling annual sales might seem an impossible feat in a recession, but at the modest office of Williams Comfort Air and Metzler’s
Mr. Plumber, it is a reality.
With steep declines in new-home construction and existing home sales, market conditions in the Indianapolis-based North American
residential business of Carrier Corp. “are clearly challenging,” according to George David, CEO of Carrier’s parent, United
After almost 60 profitable years that saw Elliott-Williams Co. install walk-in refrigerators and freezers in almost every
Indiana school, hospital and hotel, the venerable firm was brought to its knees last year. But an unlikely savior, a new locally
based venture capital firm, bought EW out of bankruptcy for $507,000, about the cost of 10 EW walk-ins.