Norcor Technologies Corporation started in 1989 as a Delaware corporation later moved to North Carolina in 2001 and then becoming a Florida registered Corporation in 2007 and later in Georgia. Norcor’s principal business activities are focused on the following:
Initially Norcor concentrated on the Supply of HVAC equipment and controls devices, developing relationships with manufacturers such as Trane, Marley Cooling Technology, McQuay International, Carrier and particularly with Johnson Controls Inc through the Department of Defense Mentor-Protégé Program. Norcor plans to continue supplying HVAC Equipments and Controls devices in addition to developing the Energy and Technology divisions. Norcor successfully completed several projects as a subcontractor to several general contractors. See list of some of our projects:
Projects Successfully Completed:
Bank of America Gateway Project, Charlotte, North Carolina
Bank of America Hearst Building, Charlotte, North Carolina
Westin Convention Hotel, Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
City of Gastonia Water Treatment Facility, Gastonia, North Carolina
Maxwell Air force Base, Alabama
Charlotte Country Day High School, Charlotte, North Carolina
Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina
State of North Carolina, Columbus County, Correctional Institution
Sub-Contract Camp Jejune Military Base, North Carolina
Charlotte Transportation Center
Duke Energy Facility Training Center, Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Westin Hotel Charlotte, North Carolina
In 2001 Norcor CEO Wellesley K. Clayton Sr. convinced the Board of Directors to consider establishing the Energy and Technology divisions. Norcor’s CEO an experienced Oil and Gas person in the drilling and operating of Oil and Gas wells in Oklahoma and Kansas in the early nineteen eighties brought to Norcor the following experiences as an Oil and Gas Operator.
Operate 5,000 acres of Oil and Gas Property
Drilled and operate 30 Oil and Gas Wells
Supplied Crude Oil to Koch Oil Refinery
Supply Natural Gas to ONG Company
Maintain Wells, Tanks, Pipeline, Tracks and Roadways throughout the Property
Supplied Diesel Fuel to Railroads (5,000,000,000) gallons per month.
The Energy harvesting projects include the construction of several Solar Farms in North Carolina and Jamaica in the Caribbean, These energy projects will feed into the grid of the existing Utility Companies. In some cases we will go directly to homes especially in rural and remote areas where there is no electricity. An MOU was signed with Dr Henry Crichlow and his companies to joint venture in utilizing his SWAP Technology and design build storage for natural gas in Oklahoma. (See products design).