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These are Proud Owners of a Comfortworks Geothermal Installation

Over 3,000 residential geothermal systems installed including over 700 in Habitat for Humanity homes

Over 85 commercial geothermal projects totaling over 3 million square feet of conditioned area

SOLAR PROJECTS

Comfortworks - A solar project completed by Comfortworks on residential home in Edmond, OKC - solar PV array installation on a residential roof.

Edmond Solar Estates

Edmond Solar Estates Solar Project in Edmond, OK To achieve the maximum benefit from the Time of Use (TOU) rate offered by their electric utility, the Ellis family installed a solar PV array sized to completely offset their electric consumption during high-cost, peak periods. In addition to monthly net metering of peak and off-peak periods,…

Comfortworks - finish product of a solar installation on a multi-functional pole building in Jones, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Solar Polar Barn

Oklahoma Solar Pole Barn Solar Pole Barn in Jones, OK The Ellis family constructed a multi-functional pole building in 2012 to provide a second home and space for an antique car and truck collection. To keep utility costs as low as possible, Comfortworks recommended spray foam insulation and installed a geothermal heat pump system that…

Office Building

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the 4811 Gaillardia Office Building in Oklahoma City.

4811 Gaillardia Office Building (Oklahoma City)

40,000 sq. ft. class A office, 3-floor, new construction circa 2008 100 tons, 34 units, 48 – 400 ft. vertical bores and 40 ton lake heat exchanger HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, staged primary-secondary pumping Energy recovery ventilators (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association building in Oklahoma City.

Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association (Oklahoma City)

5,000 sq. ft. office and 9,000 sq. ft. banquet/kitchen, new construction circa 2010 45 tons, 12 units, plus 3 tons hot water heating for kitchen, 36 – 300 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) with CO2 control Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Old Surety Life Insurance building in Oklahoma City.

Old Surety Life Insurance (Oklahoma City)

50,000 sq. ft. class A office, 5-floor, new construction circa 2011 144 tons, 51 units, 90 – 400 ft. vertical bores and 36 ton retention pond heat exchanger HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology at Riverwalk Place in Moore, Oklahoma.

Riverwalk Place (Moore, OK)

32,000 sq. ft. class A office, 2-floor, new construction circa 2012 100 tons, 18 units, 55 – 440 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Kelly Point Office Building (Edmond, OK)

6,000 sq. ft. office, new construction circa 2008 12 tons, 4 units, 8 -300 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Edmond Data Center (Edmond, OK)

6,000 sq. ft. office building, 1-floor, new construction circa 2013 12 tons, 4 units, 10 – 300 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in BancFirst II in Edmond, Oklahoma.

BancFirst II (Edmond, OK)

11,000 sq. ft. bank building, 1-floor, new construction circa 2013 45 tons, 12 units, 40 – 300 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy building in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy (Oklahoma City)

8,500 sq. ft. office building, new construction circa 2013 30 tons, 12 units, 30 – 325 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Full DDC control system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Love's HQ building in Oklahoma City.

Love’s HQ Building (Oklahoma City)

68,000 sq. ft. office building, 3-floor, new construction circa 2013 192 tons, 58 units, 120 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Jasco Office Addition in Oklahoma City.

Jasco Office Addition– Phase 1 (Oklahoma City)

23,000 sq. ft. office building, 1-floor, new construction circa 2014 65 tons, 16 units, 66 – 500 ft. vertical bores (sized for future phases) HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Jasco Office Addition in Oklahoma City.

Jasco Office Addition– Phase 2 (Oklahoma City)

24,000 sq. ft. office building, 1-floor, renovation circa 2014 62 tons, 18 units, ties to existing bore field from phase 1 HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Hargrove Medical Building in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Hargrove Medical Building (Edmond, OK)

20,000 sq. ft. office building, 2-floor, new construction circa 2014 54 tons, 17 units, 27 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in BancFirst II in Edmond, Oklahoma.

BancFirst (Edmond, OK)

3,200 sq. ft. branch bank building, 1-floor, new construction circa 2015 11 tons, 4 units, 5 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Internet-based energy management system

Computer RX Office Building (Norman, OK)

52,000 sq. ft. office building, 3-floor, new construction circa 2015 172 tons, 47 units, 72 – 500 ft. vertical bores and 40 tons lake heat exchanger HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) Internet-based energy management system

Kelly Point II Office Building (Oklahoma City)

4,000 sq. ft., 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 13 tons, 4 units, 6 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator Internet-based energy management system

Offices at Market Center – Building 2 DEA/ATF (Oklahoma City)

30,000 sq. ft. office building, 2-floor, new construction circa 2016 70 tons, 18 units, 36 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Delaware Resource Group HQ in Oklahoma City.

Delaware Resource Group HQ (Oklahoma City)

35,000 sq. ft. office building, 2-floor, new construction circa 2016 91 tons, 33 units, 60 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping Geothermal DOAS units with energy recovery (ERUs), 2 units, 22 tons Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology on the Gulfport Energy HQ building in Oklahoma City.

Gulfport Energy HQ (Oklahoma City)

118,000 sq. ft. office building, 6-floors + underground parking, new construction circa 2016 407 tons, 131 units, 168 – 500 ft. vertical bores, hybrid design with dry coolers for winter heat rejection HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) with demand-based CO2 control Internet-based energy management system

Public Building

Norman Fire No. 9 (Norman OK, LEED Silver):

9,000 sq. ft. fire station, new construction circa 2013 27 tons, 7 units, 15 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Varnum Community Center (Oklahoma City):

5,000 sq. ft. community center/apartment building, 2-floor, historic renovation circa 2014 17 tons, 10 units, 10 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping Internet-based energy management system

Chickasha Youth Club (Sulphur, OK):

6,000 sq. ft. youth center, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 23 tons, 8 units, 17 – 300 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping

Charities

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Salvation Army - Chesapeake Center of Hope in Oklahoma City.

Salvation Army – Chesapeake Center of Hope (Oklahoma City)

40,000 sq. ft. office/assembly/dining/shelter and 6,000 sq. ft. whse., new constr. circa 2014 123 tons AC, 10 tons warehouse heat, 34 units, 84 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the City Rescue Mission Men's Center in Oklahoma City.

City Rescue Mission Men’s Center (Oklahoma City)

23,000 sq. ft. dormitory building, 2-floor, renovation circa 2015 64 tons, 19 units, 6 tons water heating, 30 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Sunbeam Family Services building in Oklahoma City.

Sunbeam Family Services (Oklahoma City)

32,000 sq. ft. 2-floor office building / 5,000 sq. ft. shelter building, new construction circa 2015 124 tons, 30 units, 70 – 500 ft. vertical bores Office – HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Shelter – HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Internet-based energy management system

Hope Crossing Habitat for Humanity Development (Oklahoma City, LEED Silver)

2009 recipient of U.S. Green Building Council Outstanding Affordable Housing Project Award 217 homes, 1,200 sq. ft., new construction circa 2007 to 2013 2 tons each, 1- 400 ft. vertical bore located directly under floor slab Heat pumps equipped with hot water generators

Homeless Alliance (Oklahoma City)

7,800 sq. ft. shelter building, 1-floor, new construction circa 2015 18 tons, 4 units, 8 tons geothermal water heating, 10 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Catholic Charities building in Oklahoma City.

Catholic Charities (Oklahoma City)

34,000 sq. ft. office building, 2-floor, new construction circa 2016 113 tons, 32 units, 48 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) with demand-based CO2 control Internet-based energy management system

Auto Truck/Dealerships

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Oklahoma City.

MHC Kenworth (Oklahoma City)

17,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 67,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2011 61 tons, 18 units, 54 – 250 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Odessa, Texas.

MHC Kenworth (Odessa, TX)

10,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 28,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2012 35 tons office AC, 45 tons shop heat, 17 units, 24 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Topeka, Kansas.

MHC Kenworth (Topeka, KS)

10,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 24,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2013 35 tons office AC, 55 tons shop heat, 19 units, 24 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Oklahoma City.

MHC Kenworth (Oklahoma City) Phase 2

17,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 67,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2014 Phase 2 added 85 tons (9 units) of shop geothermal heat to replace waste oil heaters Tied into existing HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping and existing bore field

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Kingsport, Tennessee..

MHC Kenworth (Kingsport, TN)

10,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 24,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2015 35 tons office AC, 75 tons shop heat, 23 units, 28 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) 2 in line shop and 1 in office Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Chillicothe, Ohio.

MHC Kenworth (Chillicothe, OH)

11,400 sq. ft. office and 125,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 34 tons office AC, 310 tons shop AC, 40 units, 120 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) 8 in shop and 1 in office Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth, Gainesville, Georgia.

MHC Kenworth (Gainesville, GA)

11,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 42,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 28 tons office AC, 65 tons shop heat, 24 units, 32 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in MHC Kenworth in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

MHC Kenworth (Ardmore, OK)

10,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 41,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 26 tons office AC, 75 tons shop heat, 25 units, 32 – 450 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator Internet-based energy management system

MHC Kenworth (Tye, TX)

10,000 sq. ft. office/showroom and 38,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 26 tons office AC, 65 tons shop heat, 23 units, 32 – 450 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator Internet-based energy management system

Vance Chevrolet – Buick – GMC (Perry, OK)

7,600 sq. ft. office/showroom and 11,500 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 32 tons office AC, 40 tons shop heat, 15 units, 20 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) in office Internet-based energy management system

Educational Buildings

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Casady School Math Building in Oklahoma City.

Casady School Math Building (Oklahoma City, LEED Silver)

17,000 sq. ft. classroom building, new construction circa 2010 32 tons, 9 units, lake heat exchanger HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) with CO2 control Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Casady School Fee Theatre (Oklahoma City)

10,000 sq. ft. auditorium and 5,400 sq. ft. classrooms, 2-floor, HVAC renovation circa 2013 78 tons, 14 units, flat-panel lake heat exchanger HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping CO2 demand-based ventilation Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Casady School Art and Science Building in Oklahoma City.

Casady School Art and Science Building (Oklahoma City)

22,000 sq. ft. classroom and lab building, new construction circa 2014 60 tons, 15 units, flat-panel lake heat exchangers HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed central pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) with variable-speed demand-based control Internet-based energy management system

Industrial

LSB Industries Financial Center (Oklahoma City)

21,000 sq. ft. office and 110,000 sq. ft. warehouse, renovation circa 2011 62 tons office AC, 22 units, plus 40 tons warehouse heat, 44 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Wilspec Technologies (Oklahoma City)

8,000 sq. ft. office and 15,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2013 23 tons office AC, 20 tons shop heat, 11 units, 12 – 425 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Crescent Directional Drilling (Oklahoma City)

8,000 sq. ft. office and 15,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2013 23 tons office AC, 20 tons shop heat, 11 units, 12 – 425 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Clyde Riggs Construction HQ (Oklahoma City)

3,000 sq. ft. office and 6,000 sq. ft. warehouse, 1-floor, new construction circa 2015 9 tons office AC, 5 tons shop heat, 4 units, 6 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Internet-based energy management system

B&H Construction (Sapulpa, OK)

5,000 sq. ft. office and 6,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 23 tons office AC, 20 tons shop heat, 15 units, 14– 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Internet-based energy management system

Waukesha Pearce (Oklahoma City)

15,000 sq. ft. office and 35,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 30 tons office AC, 108 tons shop AC, 26 tons shop heat, 43 units, 80 – 450 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) Internet-based energy management system

Rudy Construction (Oklahoma City)

10,000 sq. ft. office, 1-floor, new construction circa 2017 26 tons, 6 units, 16– 450 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Delco Electric (Oklahoma City)

10,000 sq. ft. office and 10,000 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2017 26 tons office AC, 20 tons shop heat, 11 units, 16– 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Van Hoose Construction Headquarters in Oklahoma City.

Van Hoose Construction Headquarters (Oklahoma City)

7,000 sq. ft. office and 4,000 sq. ft. warehouse, new construction circa 2009 14 tons, 5 units, plus 5 tons warehouse heat, 12 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy recovery ventilator (ERV) Electronic night setback and ERV scheduling

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Northfork Electric Cooperative building in Sayre, Oklahoma.

Northfork Electric Cooperative (Sayre, OK)

20,000 sq. ft. office and 13,500 sq. ft. shop, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 56 tons office AC, 50 tons shop heat, 32 units, 53 – 400 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) 3 in shop and 1 in office Internet-based energy management system

Manufacturing

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology to ClimateMaster in Oklahoma City.

ClimateMaster (Oklahoma City)

375, 000 sq. ft. office/manufacturing complex, retrofit and new construction circa 2008 -2014 Added 210 – 300 ft. vertical bores to existing 500 ton boiler/tower heat pump system Installation of 2 – 250 ton cooling towers, relocated mechanical room 140 tons of heat for new 70,000 sq. ft. warehouse 70 tons of heat for existing…

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Modular Services Company in Oklahoma City.

Modular Services Company (Oklahoma City)

40,000 sq. ft. office and 70,000 sq. ft. manufacturing, 2-floor, new construction circa 2012 120 tons office AC, 70 tons plant heat, 37 units 72 – 400 ft. vertical bores with future expansion via retention pond heat exchanger Energy recovery from irrigation system HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs)…

Multi-Family Building

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in Central Ave Villas in Oklahoma City.

Central Ave Villas (Oklahoma City)

40,000 sq. ft. condominium, 30 units, 3-floor, new construction circa 2008 60 tons, 35 units, 32 -400 ft. vertical bores located under basement parking garage HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, staged primary-secondary pumping Heat pumps equipped with hot water generators

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Oklahoma Baptist University Apartment Buildings in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Baptist University Apartment Buildings (Shawnee, OK)

2 – 24 unit, 3-story apartment buildings, new construction circa 2013 98 tons, 49 units, 70 – 400 ft. vertical bores, central campus loop field and pump house 8” HDPE campus distribution mains, variable speed primary-secondary-tertiary pumping Internet-based energy management system

Retail Building

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Love's Store #486 in Oklahoma City.

Love’s Store #486 (Oklahoma City)

7,000 sq. ft. store, 1,500 sq. ft. Subway, new construction circa 2013 23 tons, 6 units, 3 tons water heating, 24 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Mashburn Fairs Homes HQ and Design Center in Moore, Oklahoma.

Mashburn Faires Homes HQ and Design Center (Moore, OK)

6,800 sq. ft. office and showroom, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 20 tons, 5 units, 10 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in the Mariposa Spa in Oklahoma City.

Mariposa Spa (Oklahoma City)

7,000 sq. ft. medical spa, 1-floor, new construction circa 2016 29 tons, 7 units, 18 – 380 ft. vertical bores HDPE two-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed parallel independent pumping Energy Recovery Ventilator Internet-based energy management system

Comfortworks - Comfortworks installed geothermal technology in Uptown Grocery store in Oklahoma City.

Uptown Grocery (Oklahoma City)

61,000 sq. ft. upscale grocery story, new construction circa 2016 285 tons, 15 units, 126 – 500 ft. vertical bores HDPE single-pipe hydronic piping, variable speed primary-secondary pumping Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) with demand-based CO2 control Internet-based energy management system