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Your Building Data
Drought or Flood
HVAC season has arrived.  As I type this paragraph, it is expected to be the hottest day of the year thus far for 2015. Do you know how your building is performing in this heat? What is the data telling you about your building? Do you have enough data or too much to help you make good decisions?  Well if you don't know, that's where we can help.

Knowing the data inside and out, and being able to translate that data into usable information is one of the best ways COAC can be of service to you and your daily operations decisions.

This issue of Trends dives into the data to help guide you where to look for answers and then how to take action.  We also want to express our sincere gratitude for all of the many friends, and business partners who joined us for the COAC Customer Appreciation Open House (read more and see photos below) it was a great success and a benefit for St. John's Program For Real Change.

Stay Cool Out There  --
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COAC's Customer Appreciation Open House Benefits St. John's Program for Real Change

St Johns Logo On May 19th Cooper Oates Air Conditioning held our Customer Appreciation BBQ and Open House as a benefit to St. John's Program for Real Change. The event was attended by over 100 customer and vendors and included raffle prizes, St. John's Plates Cafe-made cookies, and some great BBQ. COAC presented $650 donation to Katey Wilson of St. John's in the name of all of those in attendance. Thank you to all of you who joined us to make this such a special event .

From Data to Dollars:

The Power of the Connected Building
Buildings are going from a dozen data points on a utility bill to real-time data reported every 30 seconds. For a simple building, that extrapolates to over 12 million data points in a year. For a more complex building with multiple submeters or a large portfolio, the figure quickly escalates into the billions. The machines are coming - indeed, they are already here - and they are talking to each other. But rather than being the villains in a science fiction movie, these machines are here to help.   Read More Here
Four Big Benefits of Real-Time Energy Data
The ultimate goals of facility executives are to catch problems early, make operating fixes quickly, keep occupants happy, and drive down operating expenses. Achieving these goals requires maximum control of the buildings they manage. As some of the projects require a higher cost than can normally be justified, facility executives require a way to prove the money will be well spent. 
Enter real-time data.  Real-time data gives facility managers a pulse on their properties, to always know exactly what's happening in a building, instead of waiting for a surprise bill at the end of each month.  
A Half-Day Productivity Hack to Knock Out Your Priority Projects
This productivity trick comes from the most productive day of our work year - the last day before we leave for vacation. This article takes that attitude one step further to help you get things done and prioritize the rest.   READ MORE HERE
COAC's Clay Shootin' Gary Cline 
The Annual SRBX Education Foundation Clay shoot was held on Friday May 15, 2015 at Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve. 95 shooters were in attendance representing all facets of the building industry. COAC's own Hydronics Foreman, Gary Cline was on team Victaulic and they took second place.  Shooters from Left to right:  Matt Gallo, Dave Slade, Keith Enzler, Gary Cline, Richard Soracco.
COAC New or Recently Completed Projects
COAC continues to grow and take on new clients and more challenging projects. Listed below is just a sample of some the recent project highlights:

Bakersfield CHP Design/Build - Brand new CHP facility
NASA Hanger N211 - HVAC Assessement, Maintenence & Retrofit
Ronald McDonald House - New Dormitory
Fresno DMV - Engineering for LEED Silver Certification
Cumulus Studios Design/Build - New Ultra-Quiet Production Studio
Consumnes River College - Hydronics and industrial piping replacement  
UC Davis Memorial Union - Hydronics & Mechanical Renovations
Dignity Health - MRI Scanning Room's HVAC Upgrades
WellSpace Health - HVAC redesign for OSHPD certification
Winston Churchill Middle School - 12 New Classrooms
Fremont Performing Arts School - New Studios and Offices
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March 2015
Industry Events Calendar

Industry Events:

6/15   SRBX River Cats Outing   


6/18   BOMA & CREW Luncheon  


6/25   IFMA Happy Appy Mixer  


7/9   CREW Luncheon Tour 


7/15  IFMA Luncheon Program

7/16  BOMA Luncheon

7/22  SRBX Summer BBQ

7/23  IFMA/AFE Facilities Solutions Showcase

7/30  IREM Mixer

8/3   CREW Golf Tourney

8/19  IFMA Luncheon

8/20  BOMA Luncheon

8/24  SRBX Charity Golf Tourney

8/27  ACRE Summer Social
If you would like to include your industry association event in the COAC Trends Newsletter, please contact Chris Tejeda at
Colliers & Jackson Properties' Block Party 
A Success for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The Cooper Oates Team was asked to participate in the Colliers International/Jackson Properties Block Party on June 11th. The event offered a delicious BBQ lunch and some great raffle prizes as a way of saying thank you to their many tenants. The event was also a  fundraising effort for the Sacramento Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  COAC was there with our Hydration Station and raffle prize tickets to the SF Giants, River Cats and Sacramento Republic FC. Winners of a game of ROCK - PAPER - SCISSORS had their raffle tickets entered to win the tickets. Over $1,200 was raised for the cause.

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Customer Comments:
We are exceedingly grateful to our clients who trust us with their building investments. Here is a recent comment from one such customer:

"Thank you for taking a few minutes to talk to me yesterday while you were out to perform maintenance on the system. What a nice change from what we have dealt with for years. Since the new system has been properly adjusted by the COAC team, we have had very few complaints. This has made a piece of my job tons easier. So on behalf of the DHHS tenants a very big THANK YOU for the new control system."

Teresa Heckley, ASO II
DHHS - Facility Management

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