- MARKET SECTORS
- Dan Holohan: Heating Help
- Morris Beschloss: The Beschloss Perspective
- Hank Darlington: Showrooms
- Jim Wheeler: HVAC
- Rick Johnson: Distribution Management
- Dick Friedman: Tech Tips
- Mike Miazga: In Closing
- Safety Columnists
- ASA President’s Letter
- Josh Brown: Generation Y Insights
- PVF OUTLOOK
- PB OUTLOOK
REHAU opened its first permanent Academy training center in Canada. A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the new facility, located in Burlington, Ont., on Sept. 21, over which REHAU Ontario Sales Director James Clavel and REHAU Academy Manager Lance MacNevin presided.
“Demand continues to escalate throughout Canada for expertise in PEX-based radiant heating/cooling, snow- and ice-melting and geothermal system design and installation, as well as the ability to integrate sustainable building technologies,” said MacNevin.
A wide scope of construction-industry-focused REHAU Academy training classes will be held at the new facility. These include seminars for hydronic radiant heating, snow- and ice-melting and geothermal piping systems, such as the REHAU Skill Builders training courses tailored to the specific needs of system contractors and designers. The facility’s inaugural training class, a comprehensive three-day Skill Builders Complete seminar, was held Sept. 22-24 and attended by more than 25 construction industry professionals.
The new training center will also be available as a professional development meeting space for the company’s customers and partners across all construction sectors, including HVAC, renewable energy, and windows and doors.
For additional information on the new REHAU Academy training center in Canada, including class schedules, visit www.na.rehau.com/academy, contact a regional sales coordinator, call REHAU North American headquarters at 800/247-9445 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.