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  • Spotlight: From Apprentice to President and CEO February 14, 2019
    When Bill Riddle joined TP Mechanical 34 years ago, it was through an opening in the apprenticeship program. At just 19 years old, he started as TP Mechanical’s 38th apprentice.   It’s uncommon for a company CEO to come from a field background, and as such, Bill flips traditional management on its head and leverages […]
  • People Make the Difference in Our Quality-Driven Fabrication Process February 8, 2019
    Producing and assembling pre-fabricated items for construction requires a smooth, streamlined process.  Unlike other shops that rely on the sole use of machinery to build pre-fab materials, the TP Mechanical Fabrication Shop is automated by people.  We build every component of our systems in the controlled environment at our 45,000 square-foot and ISO 9001:2015 certified […]
  • A Top-Notch Approach to Complex Renovations: Spotlight on the Enoch Grehan Building Renovation for the University of Kentucky January 25, 2019
    TP Mechanical Team: Project Manager: James Randall Pre-Fabrication Shop Leader: Jerry Klein and Nicole Holland Site Superintendent: Greg Jordan BIM Coordination Team: Kameron Bledsoe, Zack Campbell, Randy Tillet, Jeremy Hassman, Mayur Kadakia and Greg Dennison Project Partners: Turner Construction Company Murphy Group Architects RATIO Architects  Staggs and Fisher Consulting Engineers, Inc.  Brown + Kubican PSC, Element […]
  • Service Success: Comprehensive Preventative Maintenance Plans Save Time & Money January 15, 2019
    Hocking College, located in Nelsonville, Ohio, needed an HVAC expert to respond quickly to their campus just before the start of the fall 2018 semester. Bryan Lutz, newly appointed Executive Director of Facilities at Hocking College, wasn’t sure who to call, but found TP Mechanical in the database from previous plumbing and HVAC projects at […]
  • Project Feature: Pre-Fabrications Benefit Fast Track Construction January 10, 2019
    Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio needed to expand in order to meet patient demands without interrupting current patient care. Construction on Mount Carmel East Expansion included a new 128-bed tower, featuring all individual rooms, and 11 new operating rooms. An addition to the existing chiller plant for added cooling and an addition to […]
  • A Culture of Safety January 2, 2019
    At TP Mechanical, safety is paramount and a fundamental part of our company culture. Since 2000, we have received 92 safety awards and have a current EMR rating of .79 which is well below the national average. When it comes to safety and OSHA ratings, we are in the top one percent of any comparable […]
  • Spotlight: Bob Stiens Elevates Design Build Arm to New Success December 21, 2018
    When Bob Stiens came to work at TP Mechanical almost 3 years ago, the company saw an opportunity to grow in the Design Build market. “Bill Riddle had approached me to come on board to develop the design build market here at TP Mechanical,” said Stiens. Within the first two and a half years, the […]
  • Office Products with Impact December 13, 2018
    When TP Mechanical needs office supplies, they turn to a company that isn’t just providing pencils and pens—they’re making a difference. VIE-Ability.org offers over 40,000 office products and all of its office supply operations are run by people who are blind or have severe vision loss. TP Mechanical orders paper, folders, tape, pens, staples, staplers, post […]
  • Three Tips to Prevent Heat Stress and Heat-induced Illnesses on a Jobsite May 31, 2018
    Safety First, Always First. With summer upon us and temperatures rising, it is important to understand the risk factors of heat stress and take precautions to avoid it and other heat-induced illnesses. Heat stress generally occurs when spending long periods of time outside in excessive heat, and symptoms typically include physical exhaustion, cramping, rashes and […]
  • May is Food Allergy Action Month May 27, 2018
    Presented by TP Mechanical | Provided by HORAN A food allergy occurs when the body has a specific immune response to certain foods. Sometimes, the body’s response can be severe or life-threatening. Food allergies are a growing food safety and public health concern, according to the CDC. It is also estimated that between 4 and […]

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