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Building Automation

Sustainability and energy conversation are a major concern for building owners.  That’s where we come in.  Not only are Direct Digital Control (DDC) systems efficient and reliable, the return on investment is typically realized in 3 to 5 years.

American Heating, Inc. has designed and installed DDC systems for office buildings, surgery centers, clean rooms, manufacturing, educational facilities and mixed-use/multi-family projects.

Our extensive experience has allowed us to become a partner with Trane.  We are one of only two active factory-authorized installers of the Trane Summit system and we currently remotely monitor over 60 buildings from our office.   While Trane Tracer Summit is one of the most popular systems, we have the experience to handle all systems.

We have recently partnered with Tridium, a global software & technology company and the global leader in open platforms, application software frameworks, automation infrastructure technology, energy management and device-to-enterprise integration solutions.  Utilizing an open platform approach has ushered in a new era of controls capabilities at American Heating.

Our resume speaks for itself.  Check out our profile page.

 

 

LATEST NEWS:
November 13, 2012:

Another great project we are proud that we are a part of.  Check out what the sister’s have to say about the “orange shirts”.

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March 15, 2012:

Finalists for DJC 2012 top projects announced.  American Heating was involved with 14 of the projects on this list.  Check out the article on the DJC Oregon website.

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February 8, 2012:

Legendary collaboration between four great NW General Contractors.  We are proud we were also able to be a part of this. Check out the DJC article.

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July 15, 2011:

Very thankful that we got to be a part of this project and the outcome is fantastic.  It was another rewarding project with Walsh Construction. Check out the article from the Oregonian…

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June 2, 2011:

Set to open to the public on June 2, 2011, the Bud Clark Commons was a fantastic project to be a part of. See the DJC article. See our project profile.

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