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CTM ANNOUNCEMENTS



Congratulations!

CTM is pleased to announce that Patrick Sweeney, our Account Manager, Commercial Air Conditioning / Humidification Division is now engaged to his fiancée, Mischa McPherson-Brown.

Please join me in congratulating them and wishing them all the best for the future

 




CTM is Expanding - New Western Canada Office

 

CTM Calgary Office

Opened in January 2015, the new 3,000 sq. ft. office / warehouse was established to service Western Canada.

Please contact Jim Clement, Operations Manager at (403) 978-0853 or jclement@coolingtowerinc.com


CTM Calgary Office
1039 26th Street NE
Calgary, Alberta
T2A 6K8
Canada






CTM Calgary Office Operations Manager

 

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Jim Clement

A plumber by trade, Jim has been in the HVAC Industry for the last 10 years in various positions from Operations Management to Energy Consultant.

Jim brings his practical hands on experience along with his managerial expertise to help CTM become the number 1 cooling tower company in Alberta.

Please join me in welcoming Jim to the CTM family.

- Bob McLarty – General Manager


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CTM General Manager

 

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Bob McLarty

Bob began his engineering career with John Thurston Machine Limited working in the engineering and sales department where he spent 12 years. His responsibilities were sales, design, project management and commissioning of custom industrial machinery.

Bob joined CTM in 1999 as an Account Manager responsible for the commercial sales for cooling tower parts, repairs and rebuilds. For the past 8 years he has been in charge of the industrial division doing design and construction work, part sales, repairs, rebuilds and field erection of large wood and fibreglass industrial cooling towers. He is a member of the Cooling Technology Institute and BOMA.

On January 2015, Bob was promoted to General Manager of CTM.


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Calgary Technical Consultant

 

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Jim Walker

Jim Walker brings over 44 years of experience in the HVAC industry as a Technician working for both Carrier and Trane, a Parts Manager, Sales Representative, Service Manager, Industry Trouble Shooter, Turn around Manager for service operations and the owner of 2 companies. The University of Ryerson provided a strong technical foundation in Mechanical, Structural and Electrical Engineering as well as Controls strategies.

Jim travels throughout the country on behalf of his clients but is based primarily in Alberta.

In addition to working for Cooling Tower Maintenance Inc. (CTM), he is a consultant to: Ivanhoe Cambridge, Oxford, Rogers, CIBC, Newton Trelawney Management Services, Sun Life, Victoria & York Management, McKinsey Company, Del Property Management, Sheridan College, Sterling Van Real Management and Development and The Riviere Group Management (Reserve Fund Studies).


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2014 CTM Operations Training Seminar
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2013 CTM Operations Training Seminar
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2012 CTM Operations Training Seminar
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NEW CTM SAFETY ACCESS DOORS

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Larger than existing heavy, steel, circular doors

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Greater access for maintenance or emergencies

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Confined Space OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT
O. Reg. 629_05

NEW! CTM SAFETY ACCESS DOORS

Non-Corrosive Access Doors Designed With Operator Safety in Mind!

Optimally Sized to Suit Each Cooling Tower Installation!

CTM Safety Access Doors promote operator safety and save maintenance dollars into the bargain!

CTM Safety Access Doors are larger than present 17" or 22" circular steel doors, are non-corrosive, optimally sized to suit each cooling tower and easily retro-fitted into existing large and small tower installations.

CTM Safety Access Doors promote full and safe access to the cold water basin for cleaning and maintenance - often without the need to actually enter the tower!

Adding two CTM Safety Access Doors on larger forced draft towers will allow easy access for maintenance crew and allow safe extraction of personnel in the event of an emergency.

"Awkward and dangerous access to the cold water basin is a thing of the past with CTM Safety Access Doors."

Call CTM Today:

1 800 311-1200

 

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