Hill PHOENIX, a designer and manufacturer of commercial refrigeration equipment based in Conyers, has been recognized by The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Champlain Valley Chapter for its training and development industry leadership.
An award was given to Rusty Walker, senior corporate trainer with the Hill PHOENIX Learning Center, at ASHRAE's Champlain Valley Chapter annual refrigeration rackday seminar in March.
ASHRAE has 176 chapters across more than 128 countries. Chapter members include engineers, designers, consultants, contractors, equipment representatives, building owners and operators, and professionals interested in efficient HVAC technology.
"Our ASHRAE Champlain Valley Chapter is thankful for Hill PHOENIX's ongoing support of our training and development," said Pete Bailey, Champlain Valley Chapter Refrigeration Committee chair, in a press release. "In addition to sharing their knowledge and expertise, they provide detailed manuals, training sessions and certificates of completion for our attendees."
The Hill PHOENIX Learning Center is the one-stop source for up-to-date information and training in the commercial refrigeration industry, according to the release.
The Learning Center is a global training provider for organizations looking to educate contractors, engineers, employees and customers. Training center educators offer cutting edge programs in display case technologies, power systems, refrigeration systems, specialty display case technologies and walk-in coolers, stated the release.
Hill PHOENIX designs and manufactures commercial refrigerated display cases and specialty products, refrigeration systems, integrated power distribution systems and walk-in coolers and freezers.