February 2, 2007 , Miami, FL – Aggreko LLC, the world’s leading supplier of temporary power and temperature control systems, announced today that it will once again provide large-scale integrated temporary power and temperature control for Professional Football’s Championship Game in South Florida.
Aggreko has spent several months preparing sophisticated power and temperature control infrastructure to support festivities, media, and entertainment activities related to the Championship Game in Miami, which is expected to be broadcast to over 1 billion people in over 230 countries around the globe.
The company will provide twin generators, power distribution and HVAC systems to support critical game day activities and facilities including the International Broadcast Compound, Corporate Hospitality, Game Security, the halftime show and media areas. Aggreko will power domestic and international media broadcasting play-by-play, deliver temporary power for the lighting and video stage production of the halftime show, and establish climate-controlled environments for the long list of VIPs attending the game.
“Aggreko has provided power and cooling services for 17 of the championship games,” says David Prince, National Accounts Representative for Aggreko Event Services. “This year we’ve been able to leverage our strengths using the capabilities of the new GE team and facility we acquired in Miami and, as usual, we’ve been intensely focused on security issues. Our very experienced combined team has risen to the occasion – putting together an outstanding plan that will ensure undisrupted power and comfort at the game.”
Aggreko has a long history of powering high-profile events, including U.S. Presidential Inaugurations, Olympic Games, World Cup soccer championships, the US Open golf championship, and the Daytona 500 NASCAR race.
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