Construction Manager Selected for Window Replacement and HVAC Upgrades at Windsor Locks High School

We at O&G are very excited to be back in Windsor Locks working with Town Officials, School Officials and the Board of Education on this project.

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October 8, 2014

The Windsor Locks High School Building Committee, a subcommittee of the Windsor Locks Board of Education, has announced that O&G Industries, Inc. (“O&G”) of Torrington, Connecticut has been selected as the Construction Manager for a $7.5 million dollar window replacement and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) system upgrade at Windsor Locks High School.  The project will begin in the summer of 2015 and continue through the summer of 2016.

According to Steve Mills, Director of Facilities for Windsor Locks Public Schools: “I look forward to working with Ken Biega and the team at O&G over the 15 months needed to complete the building upgrades.”  Mills also said, “The school has been in need of energy efficient upgrades for several years now.  These new high efficiency windows and high efficiency rooftop HVAC units will provide a significant savings to the Town through a reduction in energy costs.”

Ken Biega, Project Executive from O&G stated: “The last time O&G worked in the Windsor Locks was over 14 years ago when I was the Project Manager overseeing the renovation of the High School.  We at O&G are very excited to be back in Windsor Locks working with Town Officials, School Officials and the Board of Education on this project.”