Trane becomes a proud sponsor of NC3, a network of education providers and corporations that supports, advances and validates new and emerging technology skills, providing NC3 members with resources to prepare the next generation of HVAC technicians.
To enable Gateway students to excel in the HVAC industry, the HVAC program was enhanced by adding instruction in building automation controls, commercial refrigeration and commercial HVAC systems, which were not previously part of the college’s offering.
According to The Princeton Review, 69 percent of students surveyed said that having information about a school's commitment to the environment would influence their decision to apply to or attend the school.
It's a never-ending challenge to create a desirable campus with limited financial resources. At Trane, we're supporting the mission of higher education—helping to support faculty and raise performance by improving the learning environment and living conditions. Students want a green school, and Trane offers some of the world's most effective and financially appealing solutions for a sustainable campus.
Our campus-wide approach to saving energy and reducing operational costs helps colleges and universities shift more dollars back into core educational priorities, and keep tuition in check.
At Trane, we have over 50 years of experience helping higher education customers around the world improve learning environments, implement green campuses and achieve better financial and operational performance.
Whether campus leaders decide to build new facilities or renovate the old, the HVAC system is one of the most important long-term investments to take under consideration. Currently, one out of every two schools is updating its campus master plan to cope with increasing enrollment and other critical issues, including aging facilities.
Trane is an Ingersoll Rand Company. IR offers diverse products and services that help create safe,
comfortable and efficient campuses: building security and smartcard technologies, emission-free utility
vehicles, energy-efficient refrigerated food service displays and more.