In 2003 Sweet Grass County Public Schools won a quality schools grant which enabled them to convert their outdated HVAC controls to digital systems, improving both comfort and cost of system operation. We did the work and so impressed maintenance and administration that they have continued to use core control as needs arise. One continuing project is the old steam system in the building they use as a civic center. Alvin recommended us to the separate elementary district when they were having serious boiler problems. We fixed those, too. Our most recent project in Big Timber is an air handling project in their gym.
“I would advise people to seriously consider using core control. Their quality of workmanship and ability to work inside of budget constraints means we continue to use them.”
– Superintendent Alvin Buerkle
|LOCATION:||Big Timber, Montana|
|HEAD CUSTODIAN:||Sam Spector|
|SERVICE VALUE TO DATE||$274,828|