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Hitting Homeruns at Raley Field with Pelican T-Stats

Pelican Thermostat in Raley Field Suite with Logo
Pelican Mesh-network Thermostat at Raley Field Raley Field is a unique and challenging set of buildings and environments. The facilities have the needs of an office building and a hotel, as well as the special needs of a data center and huge heat generating equipment (like an enormous scoreboard). To manage these diverse needs and physically spread out locations, COAC delivered a solution that provides energy savings, full, flexible and immediate controls from anywhere at a very affordable price. The solution was the Pelican Wireless System.

Pelican Mesh Network Graphic The Pelican system automatically creates an advanced mesh network where all the thermostats communicate with each other and the gateway simultaneously. This enables thermostats to be controlled even if they are not directly connected to gateway.

The system allows owners and property managers to access a simple-to-use, dynamic and powerful management platform for their building with full diagnostic and trend data right on any internet enabled device, including their smart phones. This is a user-friendly solution to more enhanced building controls at a relatively budget price.

For more information, watch a live demo or to see if the Pelican System is the right solution for your building, contact COAC’s John McAlpine at 916.381.4611.

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German Juarez Promoted to Director of Sales

German Juarez Headshot Closecrop LRCOAC announced this week that veteran Senior Account Manager, German Juarez, has been promoted to Director of Sales. German will take on the duties of managing the sales team, increasing revenues and aligning the efforts of our sales team with the constantly changing marketplace and our customer’s needs. We are confident German’s 35 years of HVAC experience and in-depth market knowledge will our team provide even great value to our customers.

COAC Construction Team Featured On Cover of ACHR News

ACRH News CovershotThe HVAC Industry’s largest publication, ACHR the NEWS, featured a COAC Construction Team image on the cover of the July 4th edition. The picture shows the COAC team lowering a specialty HVAC unit down through the roof to the floor of an expanding data center. This was a very unique challenge due to the difficult circumstances but the COAC came up with a workable and creative solution to getting the job done. Thanks to Greg Meyers of Emerson for including us in the article formation.

For more photos of this project, see the COAC Gallery Page: HERE