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Mishmash May Photo Editorial

By Shannon Shea
Marketing Manager at Fairbanks Energy Services

With Memorial Day Weekend behind us, we can't help but feel like summer is finally here! The summer months can be draining for commercial and industrial facilities, especially those with HVAC systems pushed to the brink. 

Before we jump into the heat of summer though, we would like to highlight some events from this past month. These events include opportunities to learn more about new lighting technology, make connections in one of our growing markets - NYC - and celebrate being voted one of Boston's finalists for top family business in Massachusetts. Between all of them, our team stays busy improving energy efficiency for companies of all industries.

Catch a glimpse of what we've been up to below!

 

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We started the month off in the hustle and bustle of NYC as a sponsor at BuildingsNY a conference for building owners and operators from the commercial, government, industrial and institutional sectors.

 

happy hour

Just in time for happy hour following a full day of exhibiting at the Javits Center!

 

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Meanwhile in Chicago, our Midwest office and Lighting Division were walking the floor at LIGHTFAIR International.
Fairbanks Energy stays on top of the latest trends in efficient lighting at the show each year.

 

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Back at our headquarters in Hingham, MA, Lauren Meigel,
our new Northeastern Co Op, was settling in for the semester!

 

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For the second year in a row Fairbanks Energy was chosen as a finalist in Northeastern University's Family Business of the Year Awards! The program was created to promote and highlight some of the great achievements of Massachusetts-based, family-held businesses and entrepreneurs.

 

the range

As another busy week comes to an end, we had to celebrate #FairbanksFriday with refreshments at the Range!

 

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Post categories: Photo Editorial, Fairbanks Energy

Originally published on May 31, 2018 | Last updated on 08/21/2020

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