Building Clarity was proud to be part of the Jones County energy-positive school project with partner, First Floor. This state-of-the-art school will generate all of the energy required to run the building and about 70 percent more. The project included geothermal heating and cooling, solar panels, a water filtration system, and Dynamic Air Cleaners. Click…Read More
This RTP company found their solution with Building Clarity Research Triangle Park in North Carolina is the largest research park in the United States. RTP is home to more than 250 businesses that have developed an abundance of engineering and life-science technologies, “from the UPC barcode to life-saving HIV drugs.”1 An important priority for these…Read More
Fortune 500 Manufacturer Discovers Innovative Solutions with the Building Clarity Smart Building Analytics Platform
Analytics uncovers $95,768 in annual savings An international automotive components manufacturer is using the Building Clarity Smart Building Analytics Platform to maximize energy efficiency, sustainability achievements, and operational problem prevention at its 1.2 million square-foot North Carolina facility. The facility’s more than 1,800 employees have produced more than four million units since the first one…Read More
The John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center at Campbell University is an important resource for the college, as well as for the community of Buies Creek and Harnett County, North Carolina. Students and residents alike enjoy watching college hoops in the center’s 3,200-seat Gore Arena. This large arena also hosts graduation ceremonies for the university…Read More
Analytics Delivers Substantial Savings The SAS campus in Cary, North Carolina is a great example of high-functioning, conservation-minded building operations. In addition to most of its 25 buildings being LEED-certified, the physical operations of each building are closely monitored and managed to contribute to the success of the company and its sustainability program. Brady and…Read More
Durham, North Carolina is booming! Recognized as America’s eighth leading high-tech metro area and one of the best cities in which to begin a career, the city is growing in population, area, and prestige. This overall growth is paralleled by growth in K-12 school enrollment. The Durham Public Schools district has 53 schools, more than…Read More
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is one of state’s largest government agencies. NCDOT is responsible for maintaining approximately 80,000 miles of roadways and 18,000 bridges and culverts, as well as implementing and managing transportation systems involving railways, aviation, ferries, public transit, bicycles, and pedestrian traffic. It is also one of state’s largest public employers…Read More
Lenoir Community College (LCC) is one of the oldest out of 58 institutions in the N.C. Community College System. Chartered in 1958, LCC serves Lenoir County from its 128 acre campus in Kinston; LCC also serves Jones and Greene counties from satellite campuses. As a world class community college, LCC continues to expand its programs…Read More
Brady Trane Service, Inc. is the sole shareholder of Brady Integrated Security, Inc., Brady Parts, Inc., Brady Services, Inc., Brady Sales and Service, Inc., and J. Brady Contracting, Inc.
Brady Trane Service, Inc. is an NC Engineering Corporation and holds the following licenses: NC Engineering (License #F-1317), NC Mechanical Contractor (License #20378- Heating Group 1 Class I, Heating Group 2, Heating Group 3- Class I and Plumbing Class I), SC Engineering (COA #5293), SC Mechanical Contractor (License #102151), SC General Contractor (License #119308), and SC Boiler Classification (under SC General Contractor License #119308).
J. Brady Contracting, Inc. is an NC Unlimited General Contractor (License #63159).
Brady Services, Inc. holds the following licenses: NC Electrical Contractor (License #U.16761) and GA Boiler (COA #B-3873).