Trane is establishing new operations in Dayton, Ohio, to serve the market, effective April 1. Trane optimizes indoor environments with a broad portfolio of energy efficient HVAC systems, energy management and contracting services, aftermarket parts support and connected building solutions.

Trane will expand its existing workforce as part of the new operation and plans to hire additional engineers, energy services specialists and technicians throughout 2021. Trane associates will partner with local engineers, contractors, commercial building owners and facility directors to provide energy management and HVAC systems, services and aftermarket parts solutions.

As a building wellness leader, Trane is also helping building owners and operators navigate a new era of indoor environmental concerns. By taking an occupant-focused, science-based approach, Trane helps cultivate healthier indoor spaces, balancing energy efficiency with business realities. Trane engineers and technicians design custom solutions based on a building’s unique needs so building owners and operators can invest in the improvements that deliver the best outcome for occupants and the biggest returns for their operations.

“Trane is excited to expand our operations in Ohio,” said Seth Rothey, area general manager for Trane in Dayton. “We understand the unique needs of the Dayton market, and we look forward to working with building owners and facility managers in the region to deliver the people, partnership and technology needed to support their building wellness and energy efficiency goals.”

Trane has operated in Ohio for more than 64 years, employing more than 250 employees. The Trane location in Columbus is home to the national remote monitoring and intelligent services center, which is designed to support 24/7 service for commercial buildings around the country to help ensure they are operating at peak performance.

“Our commitments to customers and communities also serve a bolder purpose: to challenge what’s possible for a sustainable world,” said Oakley Roberts, regional general manager for Trane. “Through our 2030 Sustainability Commitments, we will reduce our customers’ carbon emissions by one gigaton; achieve carbon-neutral operations; and significantly invest in education and workforce development, housing and comfort, and food and wellness programs that create happy and healthy communities and opportunity for all. We look forward to uplifting the Dayton community through this work.”

For all building automation, parts, service and HVAC equipment needs, please contact the Dayton Trane team through the Dayton Trane Office Page.