Cinergy was created on October 24, 1994, from the merger of the Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company (CG&E) and Kentucky subsidiary Union Light, Heat & Power (ULH&P) with Plainfield, Indiana–based PSI Energy (Public Service Indiana).
Cinergy headquarters in Cincinnati.

The company, under its various operating names, has operated a Holiday Model Train Display that has attracted over 9 million visitors since the event's inception in 1946. The authentic display measures 36½ feet by 47½ feet long and imitates an O gauge, in which a quarter-inch on the model is equivalent to one foot on a real train.

In 1996, Riverfront Stadium in Downtown Cincinnati was renamed "Cinergy Field" in a sponsorship deal with Cinergy. The stadium was demolished by implosion in December 2002 to make way for Great American Ballpark.

The same year, Cinergy announced a friendly acquisition by the larger Charlotte, North Carolina-based Duke Energy. The acquisition was completed on April 3, 2006. The combined company retains the Duke Energy name. Until the acquisition, Cinergy still operated under the names of the three local utilities (e.g., Cinergy/CG&E in Cincinnati); since the acquisition, the names of the three former Cinergy utilities and Duke Power, the former Duke Energy utility subsidiary, have been phased out, although signs bearing the former logos still remain at some substations. Duke, in partnership with railway company CSX, continues to host Cinergy's annual train display in Cincinnati.

- Cinergy. (2009, December 30). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15:38, January 25, 2010, from Wikipedia

Field Verification

Client: Cinergy

In 2001 Hartman Consulting embarked on one of its largest projects to date, implementing Archibus for Cinergy.  A pilot project was done to develop procedures and standards, and determine what items would be documented.  The project included more than 3,000,000 sf in 80 buildings in three states.  All information had to be field verified including building shells, roof plans, ceiling plans, electrical and mechanical equipment, voice and data jacks.  The completed drawings were linked to Archibus data for several uses including he tracking of space and personnel as well as a web based on demand work order and preventive maintenance system that notifies crafts persons using cell phones to view and close work orders.

We continue to add levels of detail and new buildings.  In conjunction we have on site personnel updating and maintaining completed data.