McElroy fusion machines provide leak-free connections at Fort Huachuca

In the late 1800s, the soldiers of Fort Huachuca were in hot pursuit of Geronimo and defending settlers from Apache raids. During World War I, the 10th Cavalry “Buffalo Soldiers,” as the Cheyenne and Comanche referred to them, were assigned there to guard the U.S.-Mexico border and later followed Pancho Villa’s trail to Mexico. Today, Fort Huachuca is not only a national landmark brimming with stories of the Old West, it is home to the …

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Machine to the Rescue: How a McElroy TracStar® 500 Helped Avert a Medical Building Shutdown

Sometimes it’s a race against the clock to help your customers avert a potential disaster. When time is limited and the needs are great, reliable pipe and fusion equipment along with the dedicated manpower and expertise necessary to install it can save the day. The perfect example is a university in Florida where medical buildings were nearly shut down all because of a ruptured chilled water pipe. W.W. Gay Mechanical was hired by the university …

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University of Tulsa Dorm Project

It’s casually coined, “The John,” but this traditional men’s residential hall at the University of Tulsa brings character to the campus and is one of the distinct examples of the school’s Collegiate Gothic style. But an older building’s inner workings can be antiquated and inconsistent when it comes to keeping students warm or cool, and John Mabee Hall, the first large-scale dorm built on campus in 1949, is no different. With quality dormitory space and …

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