Johnson Controls, Inc. has been contracted to provide the University of North Dakota with more than US$90 million worth of campus-wide infrastructure improvements.
The deal calls for Johnson Controls to design and construct a new central utility plant which will replace the Grand Forks, ND, college’s existing, century-old steam plant. Johnson Controls will also improve the university’s building operating efficiencies. The renovation project is anticipated to be completed by the fall of 2020.
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Johnson Controls, Inc. is a diversified technology and industrial company with products and services including HVAC systems; car batteries, electronics, and interiors; industrial refrigeration; and alarm systems. For more information, visit www.johnsoncontrols.com.