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Turner Construction Company
dunnhumbyUSA is expanding their Cincinnati, Ohio, office location to a brand new building downtown. dunnhumby is known for their business model of customer science, which means they use company data to analyze their customers’ wants and needs, to help their companies build loyal relationships. The overall design of the building inside and out is made to showcase the company’s collaborative culture; it is set up so the public of downtown Cincinnati can have a view of how the employees work. The building will consist of about 650 to 700 employees.
dunnhumby will ...Read More
City of Columbus
Messer Construction Company
The 120 West Gay Street project in Columbus, Ohio, was completed in March 2011 with a total construction value of $32 million. This 84-year old building housed the city’s former police headquarters and jail. The project included renovating 130,000 square feet into a state-of-the-art office space and adding a 5-story exterior glass curtain wall. The challenge was to create the new space while maintaining the historical elements of the building.
TP Mechanical installed the plumbing and HVAC and provided 3-D modeling for system coordination. The original building did not ...Read More
Star Consultants, Inc
Star Consultants, Inc
There are projects that come along that are truly unique. This is one of those. TP Mechanical was tasked with replacing 20-year-old chillers without disrupting the air conditioning during the process. TP Mechanical met that request and exceeded expectations when it replaced the Chiller/Ice Tank at the William Green Building, home of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation main offices in Columbus, Ohio.
TP Mechanical replaced four old Dunham-Bush chillers with four York chillers on the 13th floor. We also rebuilt 5 cooling towers on the ...Read More
The Fidelity Investments project at 100 Howe Drive, Covington, Kentucky was completed in November 2008 with a total construction value of $6.4 million.
Fidelity Investments needed a new facility to perform and manage their operations. A corporate, long-term goal was to reduce the engergy consumption inorder to reinvest into the company. TP Mechancial was selected as the contractor to reach thier goal. We installed the first engergy efficient, nybride under floor air distribution (UFAD) and chilled beam system in the Central United States. This system has the potential to reduce Fidelity Investment’s energy costs by twenty-two percent.