Honeywell ribbon cutting

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Bldg. 3001’s Hollywood and Vine area March 29, marking the beginning of a $243 million facility modernization project between the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and Honeywell. The largest energy savings contract in Air Force history is projected to save $626 million in energy and operational costs over 21 years. Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony are, from left, Joseph Cecrle, 76th Maintenance Support Group, Engineering Branch; Kelley Butler, director of the 76th Maintenance Support Group; Ken Madden, vice president and general manager of service groups for Honeywell; Mark Correll, deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for Environment, Safety and Infrastructure; Terrence Hahn, president and CEO of home and building technologies for Honeywell; Wade Wolfe, vice director for the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex; Brig. Gen. Martin Chapin; and Col. Stephanie Wilson, commander of the 72nd Air Base Wing. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
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