TURNER – W.E. Reynolds, LLC, of Turner is one of two first-place recipients of the Radiant Panel Association’s National Radiant Design Competition in the category New Construction 6-15 Heating Zones.

RPA’s System Showcase program is a forum to recognize the efforts and hard work of RPA members nationwide through a competition where members submit their best projects. The projects, reviewed by a panel of industry experts, are judged in three areas: Presentation and documentation; technical merit – proper application of equipment and workmanship; and appropriate professional design and appearance of installation.

In addition, the building owners of projects reaching the finals are interviewed by RPA, to confirm that the projects are completed and operating as designed.

Ed Reynolds, owner of W.E. Reynolds, L.L.C., and his son, Corey Reynolds, did the system layout, on-site installation and system start up. Northeast Radiant Technology of Gardiner, the other first-place winner, did the heat-loss calculations, piping/control configurations and drawings.

This is the second time that W.E.Reynolds, L.L.C., has been a finalist in the RPA competition, receiving a third-place finish in 2006 in the category Retro-fit, which is the installation of radiant heating into an existing building.

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