HVAC Concepts Named as a 2017 ControlTrends Awards Finalist


FREDERICK, MD (December 1, 2017) – HVAC Concepts (www.hvacc.net), a leading provider of Systems Integration, Building Automation Systems, Energy Management Systems, Advanced Analytics, and 24/7 Remote Monitoring and Alarm Management services for commercial buildings and critical facilities, announced today that the company has been nominated as a finalist in the upcoming 2017 ControlTrends Awards in the category System Integrator of the Year. The nomination reflects HVAC Concepts commitment to delivering industry-leading building management solutions to enable smarter, more efficient buildings.

Winners will be announced on the eve of AHR Expo 2018 at the ControlTrends Awards Ceremony taking place January 21, 2018 at the Hard Rock Café in Chicago, Illinois. The ControlTrends Awards honor innovation in products and services provided in the HVAC and Building Automation spaces. Nominations are submitted and final nominees are selected by a global governing body and nominating committee, and the winners are elected through an open, industry-wide vote.


"We are honored to have our company named among 14 world-wide System Integrators nominees and be recognized for our extraordinary efforts in our industry,” said Dan Drury, President of HVAC Concepts. “Coincidentally, this nomination was announced just after our company received the 2017 Honored Distech Controls System Integrator Award.”

The full list of ControlTrends Awards categories and nominees is available at http://controltrends.org/controltrends-news/z1/12/this-is-your-2017-controltrends-awards-finalist-voting-ballot/#more-22726.

More information about ControlTrends, attending the ControlTrends Awards Ceremony, and casting final votes for the ControlTrends Awards can be found at www.controltrends.org.

More information about HVAC Concepts Building Management and System Integration services is available at www.hvacc.net.

About HVAC Concepts

Founded in 1985, HVAC Concepts has grown to become a leading end-to-end Building Automation Systems (BAS), Energy Management Systems (EMS) and Systems Integrator, meeting the growing demands for the Building Internet of Things (IoT), working inside some of the most data security-sensitive facilities in the world for both government and private sector customers. HVAC Concepts works with both large and small buildings, and single- and multi-facility companies in the Washington, DC area and along the eastern United States. For more information about HVAC Concepts, visit www.hvacc.net.