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Air Comfort’s Successful Projects

      3/13/2000

Air Comfort’s Successful Projects

Beaumont, Texas based Air Comfort, Inc., has successfully completed the air conditioning & ventilation of 6 offshore drilling rigs. The project was for Noble Drilling and was called Nobles EVA 4000 Project.

Air Comfort was responsible for the load calculations, engineering and design, electrical controls, refrigeration, duct system, ventilation, installation and commissioning of the living quarters and control rooms.
The 6 rigs covered a time span of 3 years. The rigs were the PAUL ROMANO, PAUL WOLFF, AMOS RUNNER, JIM THOMPSON, MAX SMITH and HOMER FERRINGTON. The services performed on the rigs were done in shipyards in Pascagoula, Ms and Sabine Pass, Texas. Air Comfort President Danny Babineaux accredits the success of the project to Senior Engineer Curtis McGuirt, Project Manager Bret Babineaux, Field Manager Earl Gillentine and the Air Comfort team of professional mechanical technicians and other team associates as well as the Noble Drilling EVA 4000 Project Team.


 

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