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Providing 40 Years of Service at Harrison Energy Partners

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Founded in 1983 by CEO Bill Harrison, Harrison Energy Partners (HEP) provides commercial HVAC excellence through new systems, controls, energy services and system maintenance and repairs. After graduating from the University of Arkansas as an industrial engineer, Harrison worked 17 years in the Shreveport HVAC industry before being awarded the Trane franchise for Arkansas and returning to his home state to found HEP, which has grown to include 175 employees. Based in Little Rock, the company serves Arkansas and Oklahoma with offices in Springdale, Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

Who is your customer base?

We serve many commercial industries, including mechanical contracting and consulting engineering firms, K-12 schools, universities, manufacturing facilities, financial institutions and hospital campuses.

What are some highlights of your company’s growth?

Springdale office was founded, 1988; Harrison served as ASHRAE International President, 2008; Trane Arkansas became Harrison Energy Partners, 2011; HEP transitioned to representing Daikin, the world’s largest HVAC manufacturer, 2017; HEP expanded into Oklahoma and opened offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, 2017; HEP celebrates its 40th anniversary, 2023.

What have been some of the biggest challenges?

We are constantly challenged to “think deeper” on recyclable sourcing and helping our clients with systems that promote a healthy environment.

What are some of your biggest accomplishments of the past year?

We have been named one of the “Best Places to Work” in Arkansas eight times and in Oklahoma three times. Celebrating our anniversary is also a milestone event in 2023.

What do you most enjoy about what you do?

We are proud that the company has been named one of the best places to work in Arkansas and Oklahoma multiple times and that alumni have gone on to build remarkable careers. Our employees are “free to be as good as they can be.”

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