“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” Raises Money for Domestic Violence

December 12, 2018

Men strutted around in high heels on Saturday, Oct. 27 for a good cause. “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” was hosted by New Directions Center, Inc. for domestic violence awareness. Members of New Directions, the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office, Waynesboro Police Department, Middle River Regional Jail, Staunton Police Department and Augusta Correctional Center started the… Read More »

Many Happy Returns at Sysco Charlotte

November 2, 2018

Innovative Refrigeration Systems was awarded another Charlotte expansion project in May 2017. This final build-out of the facility added another 16,000 square feet of new cooler space with five new evaporators; it also called for the replacement of all four condensers and and the rebuilding of all of the screw compressors.

ColdPoint Logistics Phase 3

October 29, 2018

We are very excited to continue our work with ColdPoint Logistics! Located in Kansas, ColdPoint specializes in storing and transloading agricultural products — they store products for Tyson, Cargill, Interra International, and more. We’ve recently completed Phase 3 for their Ammonia Refrigeration Facility. Our team has worked hard to engineer, manufacture, and install three unique… Read More »

Innovative Offers New, One-of-a-Kind Service Tech Apprenticeship 

October 26, 2018

Innovative wanted to forge a completely new type of apprenticeship program, building a training infrastructure that allows us to provide classroom learning for our service technicians while they’re on assignment throughout the United States. This allows our team to complete training exercises without interrupting their daily tour operations.

Innovative Hosts Blue Ridge RETA Chapter’s Expo

October 24, 2018

Innovative Refrigeration Systems and the Industrial Refrigeration Technical College hosted the Western Virginia Expo at their Lyndhurst facility in September.  The event, which was sponsored by the Blue Ridge chapter of the Refrigerating Engineers and Technician’s Association, brought in more than 200 people, 30 vendors and nine speakers. People traveled from near and far for… Read More »