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Control Technologies 

Published September 24, 2008 at 3:19 p.m.

Control Technologies, Inc. is a knowledge-based business that designs and services innovative solutions for web-based facility automation, control of building environments, multi-site facilities management, and energy and operational costs reduction. For more than 20 years, CTI has serviced clients in New England and beyond. The company currently employs approximately 200 people in five full-service locations: Vermont, New Hampshire, Metro Boston, Metro New York and Metro Los Angeles.

CTI process expertise includes commercial and industrial environmental control, process utilities, discrete and on-stream manufacturing process control, microelectronics, biotech, pharmaceutical manufacturing and water and wastewater systems. Last fall, Vermont Business Magazine recognized CTI with "5x5x5" award — for the second time in three years — for being one of the fastest-growing technology companies in Vermont.

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