HPAC Magazine

Caleffi’s Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence Marks Return

By Logan Caswell   

HPAC General Human Resources Management AHR Expo Caleffi

The award is presented every two years to a nominee with attributes including technical mastery and a passion for hydronic technologies.

(Source: Caleffi)

After a yearlong delay due to the COVID pandemic, the ninth recipient of the Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence will be revealed at the AHR Expo in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center.

The award is presented every two years to a nominee with attributes including technical mastery and a passion for hydronic technologies, demonstrated leadership as an educator and mentor, and an aptitude for cultivating fundraising opportunities for industry causes.  The candidate must be over the age of 40 and a citizen of the United States or Canada. Prior recipients include industry icons David Yates, Mark Eatherton,  Kenneth Webster, John Barba, Robert Bean, John Siegenthaler, John Goshulak, Ingrid Mattsson and most recently Bob Rohr.

In the tradition of the award, Rohr, the 2020-22 recipient, will present a replica of a Bell and Gossett System Syzer wheel invented by Carlson to the next honouree.  The unique circular slide rule calculates the relationship between flow rate, temperature change and heat transfer rate.

For anyone interested in attending the formal award presentation, Caleffi will host a reception at Booth B3317 on Monday, Feb. 6 at 3 p.m. (EST) at the AHR Expo.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Stories continue below