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FlowSense awarded design-build construction project from the US Navy

FlowSense, LLC, Maple Grove, MN - July 31, 2006. FlowSense announced today that its Building Services Group (BSG) has been awarded a contract from the US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) for a design-build project in the replacement of existing HVAC systems in Minneapolis.

FlowSense's turnkey services include the engineering design and installation of several rooftop condensing units, fan coil units, valves and pumps replacement, and direct digital control (DDC) systems. "FlowSense is honored to have been selected by NAVFAC to upgrade existing HVAC systems at one of their facilities. The successful outcome of this award was due to our collaborative effort with Randy Czaia, assistant director for 8(a)/SDB business development in the SBA's Minnesota District office, and NAVFAC's high confident in our ability to deliver the best-in-class HVAC services," stated Paul Smallwood, President and CEO of FlowSense. "Our team is ready to kickoff this project and deliver it on time and under budget."

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) headquartered in Washington DC is the Navy's facilities engineering professionals committed to Navy and Marine Corps combat readiness. NAVFAC manages the planning, design, construction, contingency engineering, real estate, environmental, and public works support for U.S. Navy shore facilities around the world.

FlowSense LLC is an award-winning service disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) and 8(a)/SDB certified company providing turnkey building and facility solutions in HVAC services, mechanical systems, and building automation. FlowSense products and services include installation and repair, start up support, and project management for diverse industries including private and public sectors, military, defense, and government agencies.
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