Comfort Systems USA Announces Merger of Two Largest Companies
Nov 17, 2003
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Comfort Systems USA, Inc. (Houston, TX, U.S.), a provider of business solutions addressing workplace comfort, environments, processes, and energy services, has announced the merger of its two largest companies, Helm Corporation --San Diego and Weather Engineering, to form California Comfort Systems USA. This merger comes on the heels of the recent incorporation of RMC2 into the Helm Corporation.
The merger of Helm and Weather will result in a U.S. $60-million a year full-service mechanical contracting organization offering a range of professional HVAC installations that includes sheet metal, piping, plumbing, process piping, and controls, along with testing and balance and commissioning services. The merger of these two companies is intended to enhance the company's ability to deliver fast-track and turnkey solutions to customers along the entire U.S. West Coast, according to the company.
"By integrating the capabilities of these two companies, we are in a stronger position and have the resources and flexibility to service the Fortune 500 commercial, industrial, and institutional clients in our marketplace," said Roger Wells, president of California
Comfort Systems USA.
Dave Lanphar, regional vice president of Comfort Systems USA, Inc., added, "California Comfort Systems USA supports our vision of providing single-source building solutions for our clients in the California market. This merger will enhance our strategy of building Comfort Systems USA into a superior full-service mechanical organization."
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