We have worked on commercial and industrial projects ranging from simple equipment installment to large complex systems. No matter the size and scope, all projects are done with the same care and precision. We work hard to meet your deadlines and never compromise on quality.
Full mechanical on this project, it has a nice mix of exposed spiral ductwork and above grid duct. Our techs installed HVAC equipment, ductwork, CaptiveAire hoods, grease duct and equipment, louvers and refrigerant piping.
Expanding from a panini shop into a full-blown restaurant and bar required a kitchen upgrade that included wall openings being cut for new grease duct and new CaptiveAire control panel being installed. The make-up air unit was set in approximate correct location while we continued our work.
Day one started with the MUA removal and ERV install as planned and crews went back to do the final ductwork connections. Once the new HRV system was up and running, we built a service platform with ladder for the final inspection with everything going as expected.
A long-time client, we are back here installing venting and afterburner piping for six new Nabertherm dental ovens. If you are a dental lab that needs bioceramics, this the place to get them!
Expanding its footprint in its existing Tacoma location, we installed a new rooftop unit and ductwork package to accommodate the new floor plan.
It’s nice when we can build per plans with little change. This is an upscale 7-11 with exposed hardwood ceilings and ductwork.
The equipment replacement went nice and easy with Lennox’s like-for-like unit and adapter curb. Our install crew started early in the morning, so it was up and running before the day got too hot.
Our technicians installed a new HVAC unit, which was a replacement of a 30-year-old unit.
Added duct work to an existing package unit to assist in temperature protection in his warehouse to keep a more constant temperature for his wood products.
Mike and Pete installed a new exhaust fan and ductwork, including a hood the customer provided. The damaged sheet metal ductwork was leaking moisture and we replaced it with new stainless-steel ducting.
90-day tear down and rebuild of Taco Bell in Everett included new rooftop units. Roof curbs were located to cut openings in the roof. After framers leveled up the curbs, we set the equipment on the roof and began installation. This was an engineered job with Carrier RTUs, which included ice machines, walk-in cooler and freezer work.
Several years ago, we completed a full design/build HVAC for this building and now upgraded the 4th floor kitchen to a gas range. Also added a new gas range on the 1st floor so they can put together sample functions for clients.
After removing the old 30-ton Trane unit from the roof (which was recycled), we installed the five new roof curbs, rooftop units and ductwork package.
Located in Gig Harbor, this is our fourth MOD Pizza location. We provided complete ductwork and register installation, including the Captive Aire pizza oven hood and venting.
Installed new controls for their locker rooms and conference room, made critical adjustments to their 350,000 BTU Reznor serving multiple zones and replaced 3 Lennox rooftop units. We couldn't use a crane to move equipment to the roof, so used a 55' 10,000 forklift and then assembled a 2-ton Gantry crane on the roof deck.
After successfully installing a new Trane heat Pump with custom gravel guard for the condenser fan, our Service Tech took over to start up the system.
Worked at the Paradise Inn on Mt. Rainier to fix the kitchen hoods for the 2020 season. After pulley and sheave change, we were successful with our upgrade and achieved our CFM/RPM targets on the existing fans on the Gaylord kitchen hoods. RPM targets: EF-1 is 2103 (target was 2093) and EF-2 is 2352 (target was 2332). CFM targets: EF-1 is 7,100 (up from 5,100) and EF-2 is 5,850 (up from 4,120).
New Starbucks in Elma had equipment and main ductwork put in by another company. We then took over to detail it out per their blueprints. This included installing grills, registers and Surveyor system.
New exhaust venting to improve air circulation and changed the look of the hood, which involved taking down the old stack and removing the inefficient propeller fan. We then redesigned the ductwork and connected into a high efficiency Captive Aire VFD compatible direct drive Utility Set Fan.
Installed a new compressor and condenser section for their bagel walk-in cooler. Quarterly Preventative Maintenance program for coolers, freezers, RTU equipment, exhaust and radiant heaters so when an evaporator coil failed, Ryan had them up and running again fast. Also rerouted a 1-1/2 inch, four million BTUs, 2psi gas line to new dishwasher line.
Installed 4 Carrier 12.5-ton rooftop units, ductwork and kitchen hood exhaust fans. The whole team was on site to finish: Mike worked on controls for patio heaters, Pete anchored down equipment and installed the last registers, Dalen set up the thermostats and sensors while James worked on 'start and test.'
Our gas piping plan for the Parmigan Ridge classroom included gas piping install to 9 modular classroom heaters.
This was our 3rd location. The equipment was set on the roof and a complete ductwork and register installation was completed.
Installed the server's air conditioning for their pure waste operations center for the submarines. All refrigeration systems were pressure tested, evacuated to around 300 microns and each units' required R-410A refrigerant has been weighed in. Disconnects are on and crank case heaters are warming up the compressors-everything is ready on our end for the Johnson Barrows start-up crew.
Installed 8 rooftop units totaling 116 tons of cooling and an ARID-Dry 5000/6000 capable of removing up to 300+ gallons of moisture from their humid grow room every 24 hours.
Located in the Auburn Super Mall, the completed project included 300 feet of exposed spiral ductwork.
Remodel of existing McDonald’s location in Centralia included installation of all new grills and registers as well as giving the HVAC system a fresh set of filters (8-20x20x2, 4-16x20x2 and 2-16x25x2).
At the Ballard location of Lazarus Naturals, our crews reconfigured their venting systems to get more site-specific exhaust accomplished.
Located in the Proctor District in Tacoma, this project included exposed ductwork, so we detailed the duct-sealer at the joints. Pete and Frank installed the grills and registers.
Installation of high efficiency Trane heating and cooling equipment complete with dehumidification and high CO2 monitoring and ventilation capabilities.
Removal of old split systems and installation of 2 new heating and cooling rooftop package units. We dropped ductwork down to within 2 ft. of the existing distribution ductwork and tied into the existing supply while adding return air trunk lines to the new package units on the roof.