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It's not too early to decide which of your company's outstanding projects you'd like to submit for consideration in HPAC Engineering's 2013 Design Awards. The HPAC Engineering Design Awards honor outstanding examples of innovative HVAC building technologies being applied in new-construction and retrofit applications. Design engineers will be recognized for creating systems that are energy efficient, provide outstanding comfort and indoor-air quality, and offer the most advanced yet easy-to-use controls systems. Also important is how the project's design was arrived at, and how the design addressed the unique needs of the client. For full details and to view past winners, visit http://hpac.com/awards.

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