Mechanical Upgrades at St. John Bosco Church
Posted on 4/28/2017
CCG recently completed mechanical upgrades at St. John Bosco Church in Parma Heights, Ohio to address comfort and energy consumption. These upgrades included the removal and replacement of three air handling and condensing units. CCG also installed a new Automated Logic’s Building Automation System and graphical interface that makes equipment operation and scheduling easy for the end user to operate.
About St. John Bosco Church
Dedicated to the nineteenth century Italian saint whose innovative ministry assisted many orphan boys, Saint John Bosco Parish was established by Bishop Edward F. Hoban on June 1, 1963. Father Edward M. Tulley was appointed as first pastor, and served the parish for just over 19 years when he retired on January 28, 1982.
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