CTC Looks Ahead to 2022

Submitted by Connecticut Temperature Controls

This past year was one of change and growth for Connecticut Temperature Controls (CTC), a full-service energy management, temperature controls and system integration company. Facing a new challenging business climate due to the continuing Covid-19 concerns, CTC was able to expand and upgrade our company and market presence.

Over the past year, we have added new sales personnel and started them on top-notch training with Sandler in order to give them skills and tools to help our customers. With new employees in our sales department, we were able to expand our market presences through additional trade show attendance, golf tournaments and sponsorships. In order to best serve our customers, we have added quality employees in our operations department and given them the best opportunities to grow and learn within our company.

This year was also a time for upgrades to our office environment. We added a training room and kitchen to our second floor, allowing us to better train our employees and, in the future, our growing customer base. Our in-house panel shop received UL 508A certification allowing us to offer more value-added services. A new generator was added to the building so that even during times of widespread power outages we will be there for our customers no matter what.

CTC has been awarded a variety of projects over the past year, including several ongoing projects in the K-12 market to upgrade their indoor air quality and controls systems. We have also been awarded the BMS portion of the $42.5 million Westover Air Reserve Base new hangar project.

Looking ahead to 2022, we are focusing on how we, with our affiliate American Energy Management, can further expand our presence in the Connecticut and New England markets that we serve while enhancing the relationships we already have.