"In these trying times, Xylem and Bell & Gossett reps have stepped up to the plate to help American cities, their facilities and, most importantly, their people," said Susan O’Grady, Director of Marketing - Commercial Buildings Americas, Xylem. "From donating pumping equipment to keep hospital operations moving to providing PPE to local health care facilities, B&G and its reps have been there for its customers as an essential business and more.”
Wallace Eannace, a Bell & Gossett manufacturers’ representative, has recently partnered with Xylem Watermark and has been donating PPE (protective face shields & N95 face masks) to local hospitals, police departments, fire departments, and nursing Homes in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area. To date, they have donated more than 1,500 face shields and are continuing to donate as needed. Wallace Eannace has also donated HVAC pumping equipment to the local White Plains Hospital, Ambulatory Surgery, in New York.
“We are dedicated to exceptional performance of hydronic HVAC and plumbing systems in high-rises, hospitals, and other facilities,” said Darryl Clark, Corporate Vice President, Wallace Eannace. “Classified as an essential business throughout the COVID-19 shelter in place quarantine, we remained open, and we were here for our customers — particularly focused on hospitals, medical facilities, fire and law enforcement infrastructure, as well as affordable housing.”
With construction projects picking up steam again across the U.S., Wallace Eannace is fully engaged once again in their respective area. Bell & Gossett pumps, valves, heat exchangers, and accessories for plumbing, wastewater, and HVAC applications are at work in numerous marquee projects in New York and New Jersey, including these select projects:
- P.S. 62
- Stony Brook University - East Campus Chiller Plant
- Stony Brook University - Mart Building
- Rockefeller University River Campus
- JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- 432 Park Avenue
- Ellipse Tower
- One Manhattan Square