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Friday, April 28, 2017 by Brian C. Wagner

On March 17, CCG celebrated our 20th year in business. I am very proud of the team we have built and our involvement in industry-changing, award-winning projects. Thirty-seven years ago I graduated with a degree in Environmental Technology with a fire inside of me to make an impact in our industry and on the people who benefit from HVAC technology – which is almost everyone on the planet. And, with the knowledge I have gained over the past thirty-seven years, the fire is hotter than ever.  

I also realized there is no better time than now to begin a blog to share some of my experiences. Developing and implementing award winning energy savings solutions is only part of what we do. My passion and our corporate culture believes that transforming our industry begins with education. This blog is our platform to share what we’ve learned. While I know that a blog on our industry sounds boring and dry, I’ll bring in stories and share my experiences to liven it up - and there are certainly some hard to believe things I’ve seen over the years! I hope to see you back here in the future.

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Check out the message we just received from Leetonia Exempted Village Schools!

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