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Peerless Boiler Replacement – In 1996, Clemson Engineering Technologies Laboratory  CETL was built as a premier radioactive and mixed waste technology development and demonstration laboratory and is used for various research under Clemson’s DHEC license.  The Greenville branch of Cullum Services, Inc. recently completed a boiler replacement to upgrade the aging hot water heating system.  The project consisted of changing out two Peerless cast iron boilers, replacing and insulating the hot water line and flue pipe, and updating electrical service and system controls.  Foreman Todd Allison’s installation crew consisted of Brandon Reeves, Matt Reeves, Corey Downs, Jason Nantz, and John Odell.  The project was managed by Esteban Uzarraga and Robert Knight.