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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

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Adena Health

Danis Building Construction Co.

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Korda/Nemeth Engineering, Inc

Hospital

$7.1 million

August 2008

April 2010

The Adena Northeast Expansion project at 272 Hospital Road, Chillicothe, OH, was completed in April 2010; TP Mechanical installed the plumbing, HVAC and fire protection systems and provided coordination services.

The project’s original contract value was $7,010,142, and had a final contract value of $7,168,000, due to owner additions and changes. The project was originally scheduled to be completed by January 2010; the actual completion date was April 2010.

The TP Mechanical team brought several innovative approaches to the project. Floor penetration layouts were performed using a Trimble Robotic ...Read More

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Mount Carmel Health Systems

Messer Construction Company

Moody Nolan Architects

Heapy Engineering

Hospital

$2.6 million

May 2010

January 2011

The New Albany Surgical Hospital project at 7333 Smith’s Mill Road, New Albany, Ohio, was completed in January 2011.  TP Mechanical installed and remodeled the HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems.

The Mt. Carmel New Albany Hospital has a long-standing tradition of excellence. For seven years running, they have received the Summit Award from the national healthcare research firm, Press Ganey Associates, for “sustained excellence in patient care.” Building surgery and nursing additions furthered their value proposition as a leader in the healthcare field in ...Read More

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Methodist Eldercare Services

Messer Construction Company

pH7 Architects, Inc.

X-Cel Engineering

Healthcare

$1.9 million

February 2011

May 2012

The Wesley Glenn Wellness & Therapy addition began in the early spring of 2011, taking more than 14,000 man hours to complete by May of 2012. The Wesley Glen project was a building addition to an existing wellness center in a retirement village associated with Methodist Eldercare. The retirement facility had been using a bus to transport its residents across town to their sister facility for wellness and therapy and decided to add the center to their Clintonville location. 

The building’s design included a well-equipped workout ...Read More

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The Ohio State University

Smoot Construction

Caldwell Associates

Heapy Engineering

University, Dorms

$30.7 million

June 2011

July 2012

The past three years, TP Mechanical has held multiple mechanical systems contracts for plumbing, HVAC, and fire protection with The Ohio State University for projects known as the South High Rise buildings. We started working in Park-Stradley Hall and then moved to Smith-Steeb & Siebert. We are currently working on new bid contracts for this renovation. TP Mechanical was hired as the lead contractor in MEP coordination and REVIT modeling.

For this massive undertaking at one of the country’s largest universities, TP Mechanical utilized fabrication in our ISO-registered ...Read More

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Mount Carmel Health System

Messer Construction Co.

Moody Nolan Inc.

Heapy Engineering

Hospital, Healthcare

$1.6 million

November 2012

December 2013

Mount Carmel Health Systems required quick occupancy, and a normal construction schedule would not meet their needs.  TP Mechanical proposed a prefabrication process to reduce the construction schedule.  We rented a warehouse two miles from the project to prefabricate 1,500 feet of rack systems that included domestic water, fire protection, medical gas, heating hot water, supply and return ductwork, VAV terminal units, control wiring, and electrical services.  The piping and ductwork were pressure-tested prior to delivery.The Mount Carmel St Ann’s Tower project located at 500 ...Read More

When TriMold LLC, a plastic supplier for Honda, came to us to design and build their fire protection system, we knew we had quite a job on our hands.

Due to the nature of the type of production going on in this facility, fire suppression and special hazard design was vital to the safety of the building and its occupants. Additionally, the remote location of the facility meant it didn’t have a nearby water source sufficient enough to sustain the necessary hazard design.

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Everything old is new again.

Considered an “architectural jewel,” the Ohio Wesleyan University Stuyvesant Hall residence hall is a campus icon. Originally constructed in 1931, the 74,000-square-foot building was considered a model for dormitories when it opened its doors to students. Today, it’s one of 11 Ohio Wesleyan buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.

Originally, the building was an all-female dormitory. During WWII, the women were relocated, and the building was occupied by V-5 Navy students. Today it’s a co-ed building and houses about 230 college students every year. Boasting such amenities as a smoking lounge known as the “Smoker” ...Read More

When it came time to renovate Cunz Hall on the campus of The Ohio State University, TP Mechanical was proud to work with Ruscilli Construction on the $24.4 million project. The HVAC and Plumbing portions of the contract on this home to the University’s College of Public Health involved a complete overhaul of the systems, including hydronic service for steam, chilled water, hot water and refrigeration piping. The plumbing installation included cold and hot water, lab water, lab air and storm and sanitary systems. TP Mechanical’s fabrication team supplied exhaust and return air ductwork.

The building, originally constructed in 1968, became ...Read More

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