I work as a "building engineer" at a commercial property and it is a good job, good pay, good benefits. My only problem is that it seems like any time there is a big project, or even not so big, we tend to contract it out. I like working with my hands and learning new stuff, I graduated from an HVAC trade school 3 years ago and got this job. I fear I will loose what HVAC knowledge I have left if I stay here another year. Not a lot breaks down here, plus almost zero refrigeration work here. But like I said great job, very relaxed, great people and pay. I really want to find a job in Colorado as a service tech.. Does anyone have info about the HVAC job market in Colorado? I know I will take a pay cut if I go from building maintenance to service but I am afraid I will loose more knowledge if I stay. What do you think?