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University of Cincinnati

Messer Construction

GBBN Architects

CMTA Engineers

Education, Dormitories

$5.2 million

This 14-story project offered unique challenges due to strict delivery and installation schedules. TP Mechanical was asked to install the HVAC scope within a 12-month time frame.

Our team approach for this project was to think outside the box and ask: “What can be fabricated offsite and delivered just in time for installation and what systems can we not pre-fabricate?”.

This approach allowed us to maximize production with our on-site project team, and fabricate all materials being installed on this project. The coordination between our project management team, fabrication facility and distribution center helped ...Read More

TP Mechanical’s design/build capabilities deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology.

Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of Kentucky. The projects included development of new dormitories, plus new residence halls on the north end of campus (Cooperstown).

TP Mechanical designed each building by utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. TP Mechanical’s team then created the detailed installation drawings. The plumbing design for the projects included domestic hot and cold water, natural gas systems and ...Read More

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EdR

Messer Construction

Sherman-Carter-Barnhart

TP Mechanical

Education / University Dormitory

$3.1 million

July 2013

July 2014

Haggin Hall opened in 2014 and features double shared suites with an open floor plan. This renovation marks the completion of the previous Haggin Field facility.

TP Mechanical’s design/build capabilities deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology. Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of Kentucky. The projects included development of new dormitories, plus new residence halls on the north end of campus (Cooperstown).

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EdR

Messer Construction

Sherman-Carter-Barnhart

TP Mechanical

Education / University Dormitory

$6.5 million

July 2013

July 2014

 

This dormitory facility opened in the Fall of 2014, bringing two bedroom suites to the University of Kentucky campus. One of the key components is the integrated first floor classrooms and the Johnson Recreation Center.

TP Mechanical’s design/build capabilities deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology. Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of Kentucky. The projects included development of new dormitories, plus new residence ...Read More

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EdR

Messer Construction

Sherman-Carter-Barnhart

TP Mechanical

Education / University Dormitory

$3.8 million

July 2013

July 2014

 

Champions Court II opened in the Fall of 2014. It offers students two and four person suites with private bedrooms. Students have individual doors to their bedroom and share a bathroom and small common space with their roommate.

Our team at TP Mechanical was able to provide design/build capabilities that deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology. Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of ...Read More

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Messer Construction

Sherman-Carter-Barnhart

TP Mechanical

Education / University Dormitory

$7.1 million

July 2013

July 2014

 

Champions Court I opened in the Fall of 2014. It offers students two person suites with private bedrooms. Students have individual doors to their bedroom and share a bathroom and small common space with their roommate.

Our team at TP Mechanical was able to provide design/build capabilities that deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology. Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of Kentucky. The ...Read More

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Education Reality Trust

Messer Construction

Sherman-Carter-Barnhart

TP Mechanical

Education / University Dormitory

4.4 million

July 2012

July 2013

TP Mechanical’s design/build capabilities deliver a unique value to our customers. We pair decades of knowledge and experience with the latest technology.

Utilizing an integrated design-build delivery team, this partnership met a challenging schedule on four dormitory projects at the University of Kentucky. The projects included development of new dormitories, plus new residence halls on the north end of campus (Cooperstown).

TP Mechanical designed each building by utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. TP Mechanical’s team then created the detailed installation drawings. The plumbing design for ...Read More

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Ross Local Schools

Turner Construction Company

SHP Leading Design

SHP Leading Design

Education

$2.8 million

January 2014

August 2014

Butler County’s 10 public school districts have spent a combined $24.4 million in construction, renovations and capital improvements this summer. (Poturalski, 2014)

For many schools districts the repairs were routine re-paving parking lots, but many were also upgrading classrooms to accommodate STEM classes and updating buildings with more security features and energy-efficient systems. (Poturalski, 2014)

Renovations to Morgan include secure entrances; a new energy efficient geothermal heating and cooling system; an enlarged cafeteria and kitchen; new music and art classrooms; new life/safety systems including sprinklers, fire alarms and security cameras; all doors and ...Read More

The Ohio State University has been making some major changes throughout their campus. Everything from dorms and dining facilities to fitness centers and recreational spaces are being constructed. Even a new retail pavilion will be added within this major campus expansion and renovation. The two major projects have been the $171 million South Campus High Rise renovation and the $370 million renovation to the North Campus.

The South Campus High Rise renovation combined four building into two which provided a more social atmosphere for the students, added 360 new beds as well as private bathrooms. The major addition was the chiller ...Read More

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The Ohio State University

Messer Construction

HKS Architects, Inc.

Heapy Engineering

Industrial, Education

$1.2 million

January 2014

March 2014

A series of residence hall renovations on the campus of The Ohio State University posed a unique challenge – maintaining mechanical and water service after demolition of the residence hall that contains the current energy plant for the area. TP Mechanical developed a creative solution – a temporary energy plant to operate for 18 months while construction of the replacement residence hall and energy plant is completed.

The TP Mechanical team needed to deliver an operational energy plant, complete with exterior building, in just 90 ...Read More

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City of Columbus

Messer Construction Company

Harris Architects

Heapy Engineering

Office

$5.4 million

August 2010

March 2011

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

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Indus Hotels

Brackett Builders, Inc.

Bird Houk Collaborative

Prater Engineering

Hospitality, Hotel

$4.2 million

February 2008

September 2009

The Embassy Suites project at 2886 Airport Drive, Columbus, OH was completed in September 2009 with a total construction value of $23 million. The project was a full-service, 198 key hotel. TP Mechanical provided HVAC and plumbing installation under a design-assist contract. TP Mechanical was the lead contractor in MEP coordination, and the project was completed under budget.

The project was originally scheduled to be completed by November 2009; the actual completion date was two months early in September 2009 due to an accelerated schedule.

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Premier Health Partners

Skanska Shook, JV

NBBJ

Korda/Nemeth Engineering

Hospital

$31.3 million

September 2008

December 2010

The Miami Valley Heart Tower project located at One Wyoming Street, Dayton, OH started in September 2008 was completed in December 2010 with a total construction value of $31.3 million. TP Mechanical was the plumbing and mechanical contractor for the project with a design-assist contract. The 12-story tower addition to the main campus of Miami Valley Hospital was constructed with 6 floors of cast-in-place concrete topped with structural steel and clad with a combination of precast and curtain-wall. The focus of the new tower is a comprehensive heart ...Read More

Tight timeline? Bring it on. 

We like challenging projects and aggressive timelines; unusual circumstances and intricate details are our specialty.

That’s why we were excited to tackle the ARM/Berry Plastics project. TP Mechanical welcomed the opportunity to fabricate and install a new primary/secondary chilled water piping system – while the old system continued to run and the facility remained occupied. We had four months from the time the contract was awarded until the project milestone to have the chillers up and running. Plus, there were no blueprints to work from.

For us, that’s just another day on the job. Our first step was ...Read More

Project Overview

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.

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The Norton Healthcare downtown campus in Louisville, Ky., was expanding to include the Norton Cancer Institute Radiation Center, a dedicated facility for the treatment of pediatric and adult cancers with the latest advances in technology. TP Mechanical was awarded the HVAC and Plumbing contracts, which included routing piping from existing mechanical rooms in other Norton medical buildings.

The main campus is about 1.1 acres away from the existing buildings, and the mechanical project included routing from a storage closet in the middle of the hospital’s OR department to the new facility through a tunnel under the street. The steam and chilled ...Read More

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