The Philadelphia Business Journal recently reported that the 76ers have formed a corporate partnership with King of Prussia’s Tozour Energy Systems, a full-service HVAC and building automation provider.
According to the PBJ’s John George, Tozour Energy will be installing integrated rooftop variable air volume equipment and a building automation system for the team’s 125,000-square-foot training complex now under construction in Camden.
The complex is expected to open later this year.
“We are pleased to partner with our hometown team and look forward to watching them grow and excel in the new practice facility,” Kevin Duffy, president of Tozour Energy, said in a prepared statement.
Tozour Energy Systems provides customers with a diverse range of solutions, including building automation, equipment services, energy conservation services, green building design, controls, parts, supplies, and responsible technical support throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The company is a member of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council.
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