Goettl earns national award for employee, revenue growth
Goettl Air Conditioning has earned the “2017 Preeminent Performer” award by the Service Nation Alliance, a coalition of select contractors dedicated to best practices and continuous improvement in the service industry.
The Preeminent Performer recognized Goettl Air Conditioning for its impressive sales, revenue and employee growth achieved in 2017.
Goettl Air Conditioning owner and CEO Ken Goodrick accepted the Preeminent Performer award Wednesday at the International Roundtable Convention sponsored by the Service Nation Alliance in New Orleans.
“As Goettl Air Conditioning continues our rapid expansion, we never lose sight of our customer-focused service in all areas of our business,” said Goodrich, an HVAC industry veteran. “We also recognize the profound importance of hard work and dedication our employees model each and every day. We are always striving to better manage our systems and operations and the Preeminent Performer award provides great validity to these efforts. Goettl Air Conditioning always does things the right way, not the easy way.”
The Service Nation Alliance is a member-only organization formed by HVAC, electrical, solar and plumbing companies to help industry leaders and executives employ and improve best practices across all elements of their businesses.
Besides robust employee and revenue growth in 2017, Goettl Air Conditioning expanded into Southern California and announced a new $10 million headquarters in Las Vegas. The 53,000-square-foot facility will house Goettl’s state-of-the-art residential heating and air conditioning technician training center− Goettl University. The facility will include a 100-seat customer service center and mock HVAC systems built into the complex for realistic hands-on training and learning.