Mitsubishi Electric’s Boathouse District Case Study Featured in Contracting Business

Contracting Business published the Oklahoma City Boathouse District Case Study, highlighting a successful, large-scale application of Mitsubishi Electric’s VRF technology. In the study, John Riggs, the director of operations at the Olympic training facility, and Damon McClure, the mechanical contractor, explain why Mitsubishi Electric was the best option. The piece also includes images of the facility, as well as breakdowns of the specific products and systems installed.

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