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STAIRWELL AND ELEVATOR SHAFT PRESSURE TESTING.

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STAIRWELL AND ELEVATOR SHAFT PRESSURE TESTING.

Future Controls was recently involved in Testing and Balancing a newly constructed twenty-two story hotel that was built on top of an existing five story structure in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina.  As part of the Test and Balance of the facility the elevator shafts and the stairwells were required to meet the county code pressure requirements during a fire alarm.

The stairwells and ...

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Indepth customer and end user training Future-Does-That-Too

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Future Controls inc.held a week long training course in Oklahoma City for one of our special customers. “EcoStruxure:  Workstation  Knowledge  and  Reinforcement”  training  workshop. Train our customers and end users to utilize the product to its complete capability, Future Does That Too.

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Future Controls, Inc.’s  mission is to provide our employees with an honest and helpful working environment, where every employee individually and collectively, can dedicate themselves to providing our Customers with exceptional workmanship, extraordinary service, with professional integrity.    We value the importance of our relationships and will continue to remain fair and true in our dealings with all employees, Customers, vendors, and partners.  We will strive to become a market leader by consistently exceeding ...

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Whats that symbol in your logo?

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Have you ever wondered what that “e” looking symbol in the Future Controls logo is?

After the 1970’s fuel crisis the Federal Energy Administration was created and adopted this symbol for a very short time to identify efforts by Government Agencies and Private industry to reduce energy use. It was a symbol to promote energy conservation/ energy management, and to be used as a sales tool for industry leaders to help change the way America thinks about energy consumption. For more ...

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