Philadelphia International Airport has been nominated as one of the nation's best airports for art. Elliott-Lewis' facility management division operates the airport facilities, including hanging temporary exhibits that are placed throughout the airport. Please cast your vote for PHL here http://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-u-s-airports-for-art/
Great News!!!! The long anticipated Department of Energy (DOE) study of the CATALYST has been publicly released. Most of you know that the DOE commissioned the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to evaluate the potential energy saving benefit from retrofitting existing Rooftop Packaged Units (RTU’s) with “advanced controls”. The study found that the CATALYST achieved an average HVAC energy savings of 57%. While we cannot guarantee every customer will see this level of savings, the report was based on field tests of 66 RTU’s retrofitted with the CATALYST across four different climate zones, serving varying facility types. The PNNL considered our competitors and selected the CATALYST for the two-year study. The CATALYST was chosen based on its comprehensive features and product “maturity”. You can view the full report here. Elliott-Lewis is the exclusive affiliate for the Catalyst Converter in this area.
Jon Rogers installs a Catalyst Energy Enhacing Controller to one of the rooftop units at Elliott-Lewis' Black Lake Place Headquarters. The new web-based system provides a cost-effective way to add real-time energy consumption monitoring to existing rooftop, constant volume package units. Rear more about it at http://elliottlewis.com/catalyst-controller.html For a live demonstration of the system at work, contact your salesperson or Matt Sutherland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Four student interns will be joining Elliott-Lewis for the 2013-2014 school year through the Cristo Ray Work Study program. See http://www.cristoreyphiladelphia.org/page.cfm?p=1 Each student will each work five days per month in a job-sharing program at Elliott-Lewis’ Black Lake Place headquarters. The students have trained at Cristo Ray this summer to be ready to begin their internships on September 3. Over their four years in the Cristo Ray Philadelphia High School program they will gain the benefits of practical work application before graduating from the college-preparatory program. In return Job Sponsors like Elliott-Lewis contribute a large portion of these students’ tuition in payment for the work they do.
Seventeen student interns from nine area schools started their Summer Internship training today at Elliott-Lewis. Four of the interns are returning for their second year, including two who reported directly to their new jobs. Interns will work in the corporate office at Black Lake Place or at one of Elliott-Lewis' Facilities Maintenance client locations until August 16th. Part of their orientation was a tour of Black Lake Place, including the office of Bill Sautter, CEO, who welcomed them to Elliott-Lewis. According to Elliott-Lewis' Director of Community Outreach, Steve Jones, who led the orientation, "We have a great group of students this year who are looking forward to learning about how a business really operates. Hopefully some of them will decide to pursue a career in HVAC or facilities management and will help build the future of our industry."
President Bill Sautter has set the bar for commitment. Under his leadership Elliott-Lewis developed a superior service organization that provides ongoing support to major health facilities, universities and public authorities in the Philadelphia and New Jersey areas. Bill’s strength of character and business reputation within the community led to his being named Citizen of the Year by the Southeastern Chapter of the American Red Cross in 2009. Read more about that honor or see the video on what community leaders say about Bill’s efforts A Father Judge High School graduate, he was presented with their “Outstanding Graduate Award.” In 1971 Bill graduated from LaSalle University with a degree in accounting and was the 2002 recipient of their Leadership Award. In 2005 he was honored with the City of Hope “Spirit of Life” Award. The Beta Gamma Sigma’s International Business Achievement Award was presented to Bill in 2008. He serves on the Board of Directors of Independence Blue Cross, Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Pennsylvania. Bill is Chair of the Board of Trustees of LaSalle University, and Trustee of Archdiocese of Philadelphia Lay Teachers Pension Plan. He is a member of PA Institute of [...]
Left to Right: Ronald McDonald, Karen Clifford, Fran McDonald,Carolynn Kelly, Barb Clark and CBS 3 newscaster Pat Chiarrocchi.Photo Courtesy of Fresh Focus Photography. Elliott-Lewis volunteers presented a check to Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia at the charity's recent telethon and manned the phone banks during the televised event.
Albert “Mitch” D’Amico has been named a Vice President, Facilities Services at Elliott-Lewis Corporation. D’Amico will be responsible for the operation of the Company’s approximately $85- million-a- year facilities services division. D’Amico joined Elliott-Lewis in 2007 as director of labor services at The Pennsylvania Convention Center. He was named director of facilities services in 2009. He earned an MBA from Villanova University in 2005, and is an Association of Energy Engineers Certified Business Energy Professional and a LEED Green Associate.
LaSalle Basketball made it to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1992 A coincidence that Elliott-Lewis was their lucky sponsor this year??? Go Explorers!! Elliott-Lewis is proud to sponsor LaSalle Basketball.
Elliott-Lewis technicians are now factory trained on Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems manufactured by Daikin and Mitsubishi. The ductless VRF systems have been around for nearly 30 years, but have only been used in the U.S. in the last decade. Invented in Japan, VRF systems are quite popular in Asia, Europe and South America. They offer a great alternative to traditional systems for upgrades and new construction because of their cost effectiveness and energy efficiency. The ductless feature makes a VRF system particularly well suited for multifamily buildings or other applications where low ceiling height may exist and disruption of tenants, students, or office occupants is critical. To learn more about how a VRF may work for your facility, contact Gene Zak at email@example.com.