M3 Service has been named the Mechanical Contractor of the Year by the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) in a testament to their commitment to energy efficiency and innovative retrofit solutions. The prestigious award is in recognition of M3 Service’s exceptional support of their ambitious goal to eliminate 100% of their greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and specifically the company’s performance at Capital Christian and the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento.
Overall, M3 Service performed retrofit projects that saved an estimated 249,324 kWh in 2023. Notable projects in their 2023 portfolio of work included phases 4, 5 and 6 at Capital Chrisitan’s School/Church campus. This multi-year project generated an estimated 549 tons of lifetime carbon savings (the equivalent of 118 cars removed from the road in one year) as an output of what was accomplished at the Capital Christian campus in 2022. This year, M3 Service supported the campus’s transformative initiative by executing the replacement of 67 gas Rooftop Units (RTUs) with state-of-the-art electric heat pumps. This strategic move not only modernized the facilities but also contributed to significant energy efficiency gains.
“We are honored and deeply humbled to be named Mechanical Contractor of the Year by SMUD. It’s been a privilege to partner with their wonderful CES team in pursuing our common goal of delivering quality projects and innovative solutions that ultimately contribute to a greener and more sustainable future for our community,” said Andy Powne, Vice President of Service at M3 Service.
The award underscores M3 Service’s position as an industry leader as a mechanical service provider and showcases its ability to deliver outstanding energy efficiency and sustainability results. The company looks forward to continuing its collaboration with SMUD and other partners to drive positive change in the industry and community.
Pictured from left to right: Andy Powne, VP of Service, Brandon Jenkins, director of service sales, Frank Lindsay, VP of Project Development, Tommy Jojola, Service Special Projects Manager, and Chad Bender, SMUD.
Pictured from left to right: Derek Meidinger, Tommy Jojola, Jorge Amado, Robert Thomas, and Harrison Remedios