Crown Recovery

TP Mechanical’s scope included HVAC and plumbing in two of the buildings on the campus. In the first building, our team installed 17 new VAV boxes, added plumbing for washers and dryers, as well as added and reworked the vent systems to better accommodate a new layout and function. In the second building, our team […]

601 W. Main – Louisville Hotel

TP prefabricated and installed two long pieces of grease ductwork, one of which was 30 feet and the second 40 feet long. This ductwork runs vertically from the hotel’s basement kitchen up six stories to the roof exhaust. Prefabrication of this duct saved countless labor hours on-site minimizing installation time.

A WAY OF LIFE

Our first core value is “Safety First, Always First,” and we relentlessly pursue the highest standard of safety so we can send each of our employees home to their families injury-free, every night. Achieving and maintaining the safest environment possible takes teamwork, employee involvement and commitment from all levels of management. Here’s how we do […]

Save Energy (And Money!) This Winter

With the rising cost of energy, conservation has become a hot topic. Everyone can do their part to lower energy costs and become more energy efficient.  What Can YOU Do Today to Save Energy?     – Change HVAC filters     – Invest in smart thermostats and set a schedule     – Make sure all windows are sealed     – Unplug […]

Safety Education and Communication 

Safety is not just a standard we uphold. It’s a way of life at TP Mechanical. In 2021, we hit a milestone for company safety, surpassing 7,000,000 safe man hours without a lost time accident. We welcome in 2022 with the same focus and dedication to safety – safety first, always first.  Our safety training, which […]

Replace versus Repair? TP’s Capital Assessments Guide Our Service Customers

TP’s service team is committed to helping our customers save money on costly equipment repairs and unnecessary replacements. For this reason, we have developed a unique capital assessment and planning program for our service customers.  Our capital assessments are developed annually using equipment data paired with real repair costs tracked within our service software program. We use color coding […]

A Culture of Safety

Safety is our number one priority at TP Mechanical. We recently hit another safety milestone having worked 7,000,000 safe man hours without a lost-time accident. Ask us how we continue to be an industry leader in safety, and the answer is simple: We start setting the foundation from day one.   TP has made a commitment to […]

Bringing New Life to St. Catharine College

Our Kentucky team is currently wrapping-up a 45-day long renovation project near Springfield, Kentucky. The old St. Catharine College will now be the Crown Recovery Center – Addiction Recovery Care Center’s (ARC) newest location. TP Mechanical’s scope included HVAC and plumbing in two of the buildings on the campus. In the first building, our team […]

TP Implements New Fabrication Method – Fully Prefabricated Mechanical Rooms

In today’s ever-changing construction environment, TP Mechanical continues to adapt and innovate. We know the challenges of large-scale construction projects, and for over thirty years we’ve answered them with our market-leading, quality-driven fabrication division. As a leader in the fabrication industry, TP continues to push the envelope with new technology and capabilities. We are proud […]

Building a Customer Service Culture

Last year, teams at TP Mechanical embraced a new goal: developing a stronger customer service culture. TP recently created a client-focused training program to help our team members who interact with customers the most, including sales reps, dispatchers, service techs, and project managers. Spearheaded by TP President/CEO Bill Riddle and implemented by TP’s Business Development […]

TP Mechanical Employee Spotlight: Ben Handley

Now in his fourth and final year with TP Mechanical’s Apprenticeship Program, Ben Handley is a rising star both in the classroom and in the field. Currently the lead operator of the Trimble® Control Unit (TCU) on our Big Walnut High School project in Sunbury, Ohio, Ben also holds down a 98.9% GPA in his […]