SOURCE: Custom Air Products and Services, Inc.

Custom Air Products and Services, Inc.

March 09, 2010 11:00 ET

Heating and HVAC Manufacturer Custom Air Products Manufactured Heaters for the 2010 Olympic Games

Houston Based Company Supplied Custom Heaters for Various Olympic Venues

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - March 9, 2010) -  Custom Air Products and Services, Inc. (CAPS), a noted heating and HVAC equipment manufacturer was selected as an Olympic vendor and supplied over 200 heaters to the Olympic Village and venues for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.

Athletes and spectators from around the world traveled to Vancouver for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The city made a spectacular setting for the Opening Ceremonies and competitive sports including ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, skiing and snowboarding.

The games commenced on February 12 and concluded on February 28, 2010 from the host city of Vancouver, Richmond and Whistler Host Mountain Resort. From the athlete housing to the various venues and media centers, heaters played an essential role for the comfort of all the athletes, staff and spectators.

Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. began work on the custom heaters in late June 2009 and shipped the units to Canada and the various venues on October 24, 2009, one week ahead of deadline. This was one of the biggest projects in the history of the industrial and commercial air conditioning company, which was founded by John Boger in 1996 and began doing business as Custom Air Products and Services, Inc. in 2003.

"We were honored to have been selected as a provider of custom heaters for the 2010 Olympic Games," said Taylor Norris, CEO of CAPS. "The production and shipping of over 200 units was a project of enormous magnitude for our company. We hit our deadline as a result of an outstanding team effort from each employee in our organization."

About Custom Air Products & Services, Inc.
Custom Air Products and Services, Inc
. (CAPS) specializes in the design, execution, installation, modification and servicing of industrial and commercial air conditioning equipment. The company, with headquarters in Houston, currently employs over 150 highly skilled individuals serving a full range of public and private firms. The company has an experienced service team handling the demand, preventative maintenance and replacement and retrofit needs of their clients.

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