Olmsted Falls Middle School Completes Control Upgrades
Posted on 4/28/2017
Olmsted Falls struggled with comfort issues in their middle school over the years and has been upgrading their temperature control system to improve comfort in the spaces. In addition to the improved comfort, Larry Hamilton, the maintenance supervisor, is utilizing the advanced trending and monitoring features of the Automated Logic WebCTRL system to enhance the performance of the system. The upgrades included the control of multiple rooftop units and other peripheral equipment. CCG also provided and installed Cooler/Freezer temperature monitoring devices for the Intermediate School Kitchen. These upgrades follow the success at the high school where CCG completed a boiler upgrade and other small projects.
About Olmsted Falls City Schools
Olmsted Falls City Schools is a public school district located in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. The District currently serves more than 3,800 students (Pre-K through 12th Grade). Olmsted Falls City Schools is comprised of five school buildings – Olmsted Falls Early Childhood Center (PreK - K), Falls-Lenox Primary School (Grades 1-3), Olmsted Falls Intermediate School (Grades 4-5), Olmsted Falls Middle School (Grades 6-8) and Olmsted Falls High School (grades 9-12). The District is affiliated with the Polaris Joint Vocational School.
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