Council To Consider Hvac Proposal For Jcpd | News Tribune

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William Lyon Homes’ “Job Shadow Day” Collaboration Inspires Area Students – Yahoo Finance

According to MECO Engineering, the consultant out of Boonville that performed the most recent study of the system, replacing the system on both the lower and main floors of the building would cost more than $1 million. To replace just the system on the main floor would cost more than $700,000. Smith said if and when the council moves forward with construction, the most likely source of financing right now would be the fund balance. But City Administrator Steve Crowell said it may be possible to find other sources of funding as things move forward, reminding council members that the most important factor is not that the project is completed fast, but that it is done well. Im not too worried about doing it quicker. Im more concerned with doing it right, Crowell said. The committee opted to approve a recommendation to move a design contract for both floors of the building with MECO Engineering forward at an estimated cost of roughly $83,000.
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View photo 60 students attended Job Shadow Day at William Lyon Homes’ Cielo neighborhood in Brentwood. Click here BRENTWOOD, CA–(Marketwired – Nov 6, 2014) – As part of William Lyon Homes’ ongoing commitment to the communities in which they build, the company proudly sponsored “Job Shadow Day” in collaboration with the Educational Outreach Committee of Professional Women in Building (PWB) of BIA Bay Area and Junior Achievement. On October 29th, the event generated the largest turnout ever with 60 junior and senior students from Brentwood’s Liberty High School and Antioch High School gathering at the Cielo neighborhood within the Palmilla community of Brentwood for an extraordinary learning experience. Students interested in the homebuilding field had the opportunity to meet top experts who educated them on the exciting homebuilding process — from architecture, mechanical plans and landscaping to sales, marketing and design. Students also safely toured the community to observe developments in progress and enjoyed hands-on experience building a deluxe doghouse. By educating and mentoring students, William Lyon Homes’ Northern California management and field construction teams encouraged them to consider a future career in the homebuilding industry, further cementing the company’s dedication to inspiring our next generation of leaders. “We were incredibly honored to be a part of Job Shadow Day and contribute a positive learning experience to local students,” said Kathy Floyd, Director of Sales for William Lyon Homes.
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Monrovia Weekly Readers’ Choice Award Goes to Air-Tro for Heating and Air Conditioning – Yahoo Finance

MONROVIA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2014 / Air-Tro, Inc. Air Conditioning and Heating is proud to announce that they have been honored in a major way in a local contest. As a newly-posted blog on the company’s website explained, the Monrovia Weekly Readers’ Choice Award goes to Air-Tro for heating and air-conditioning. A picture of the winning certificate is included in the blog, and Air-Tro’s award will also be mentioned in the upcoming Readers’ Choice Awards edition. As a company spokesperson for Air-Tro, Inc.
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