InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance Members Recognized with Awards for Excellence, Leadership Alliance Firms, Leaders Earn National, Regional, Local Awards
ROCKFORD, Ill., Oct. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance, an international alliance of independent building automation contractors, announces that projects, member firms and the leader of a member company have all been recognized recently with a variety of awards. LONG Building Technologies, MC² Inc., and CM3 Building Solutions are the InsideIQ firms with projects or leaders that have earned recognition through national, regional or local awards programs.
LONG Building Technologies, based in Littleton, Colo., participated in creating an award winning, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certified building at Fort Carson, a U. S. Army post near Colorado Springs. The 56,000 square foot Brigade Complex Company Operation Facility won a 2013 Design-Build Project Award from the Design-Build Institute for America (DBIA) and received a Merit Award for Civic Buildings. DBIA Project Awards recognize outstanding projects that exceed owners' expectations and show proven knowledge and execution of team work in design-build best practices.
InsideIQ member MC² Inc., based in Sanford, Fla., won the Eagle Award for Excellence in Construction presented by Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) of Florida. The ABC Awards Program is the premiere competition within the construction industry in Florida and recognizes outstanding construction projects across the state. MC² won the award for their security system work at the Adventist Health System's office building in Maitland, Fla.
Bruce Michelson, president of CM3 Building Solutions in Fort Washington, Pa., and a past president of InsideIQ, is one of 30 finalists for 2013 Philadelphia SmartCEO Circle of Excellence Awards. This annual program recognizes the most accomplished business leaders in the greater Philadelphia area.
"These awards are a reflection of both the quality of the work our member firms perform and the caliber of leadership within our membership," said Frank Rotello, president of the InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance. "InsideIQ members represent leading innovators in building environments and energy services. Agile, adaptable, and cooperative, our member companies are local experts providing technologically advanced solutions for customers based on best practices, not specific vendor products."
InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance is an organization comprised of 49 independent commercial building and facility automation companies representing common automation and security system platforms. More information is available online at www.insideiq.org.
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