Enterprise Equipment won a public bid project to replace the refrigeration systems at nine different Department of Conservation and Recreation’s skating rinks, which is being done over three summers.
The project value to date is slightly over $11.4 million and is the complete replacement of the mechanical room chillers, pumps, piping, electrical switchgear, chemical treatment systems and in some cases the cooling towers for the rink. They are also performing some mechanical code and safety upgrades for the operators of the DCR.
The new chillers and control systems are being supplied by Cimco Toromont and represented and serviced locally by the Recco Corporation of Woburn, MA. The chillers are made in Alabama under strict quality control standards and all start up and commissioning is being done by factory trained representatives which require a 2-3 week process before they can turn the rink over to the DCR for their operation.
They recently completed the Devine Rink in Dorchester and the Connell Rink in Weymouth last summer and are well ahead of schedule in completing the following four other rinks.
About Enterprise Equipment Company Co., Inc.
Enterprise Equipment Company Co., Inc. was founded in 1944 and began as a heating contractor under the name of Enterprise Oil Burner Sales Co. The company’s name was changed to Enterprise Equipment Co., Inc. when it incorporated in 1959. In the late 60s and early 70s, the company evolved to become more of an independent mechanical contractor responsible for total project performance. Since 1968, Enterprise has broadened both its geographical territory and the scope of work to encompass all facets of mechanical work including boiler rooms, chiller plants, underground utilities, incinerators, geothermal exchange systems, energy management and sewer pump stations. For a complete listing of their services, please click here.
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