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  • TP’s Service Team Invests in Safety Measures for a 20-acre Chemical Manufacturing Customer January 11, 2022
    Thanks to TP’s investment in company safety and our initiative to take safety training to the next level, our service team was awarded a sizable preventative maintenance contract for a chemical manufacturing client in Addyston, Ohio. Located on the Ohio River, the manufacturer’s 20-acre campus houses over 60 buildings, ranging from administrative spaces to large […]
  • Replace versus Repair? TP’s Capital Assessments Guide Our Service Customers November 18, 2021
    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 November 2, 2021
    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 […]
  • TP Helps Ken Anderson Alliance Open Just Brew Coffee House September 23, 2021
    Located in Cincinnati, Just Brew Coffee House serves much more than a cup of hot coffee or a fresh pastry. Just Brew is one of several work programs by the Ken Anderson Alliance (KAA)–a nonprofit organization with a mission to create LIVE, WORK and ENGAGE opportunities for adults with disabilities. Working around a tight schedule […]
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Adventure Cove Region June 22, 2021
    As the HVAC and fire protection contractor for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s new Adventure Cove Region, TP Mechanical had the rare opportunity to work on a project to improve the comfort and safety of sea lions, harbor seals, stingrays and an immersive mixed-species habitat. Adventure Cove consists of several habitats, including Stingray Bay, Animal […]
  • Bringing New Life to St. Catharine College April 20, 2021
    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 […]
  • WOSU Public Media New Headquarters March 4, 2021
    TP Mechanical is excited to be part of a special community project opening Spring 2021 – the new WOSU Public Media Headquarters in Columbus, OH. The building is five floors, totaling 52,000 square feet and will include a community studio, an expanded newsroom, broadcast studios, a performance studio and media learning lab. Each space was […]
  • Harrison Schools – New Junior High and Central Elementary February 23, 2021
    TP Mechanical’s Cincinnati team has been working diligently on the plumbing and HVAC for two new schools in the Southwest Local School District – Harrison Junior High and Central Elementary. Both schools are currently under construction with an anticipated completion of spring 2021. Harrison Junior High will be approximately 148,000 square feet and Central Elementary […]
  • Bringing Life Back to the Dayton Business District February 9, 2021
    Since 1902, the Dayton Arcade has been a special and historic staple in the Dayton community. TP is very proud to be a part of the building’s revitalization and its impact on improving the Dayton Business District. The renovated arcade will feature space for retail, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, 20 floors of residential space and more […]
  • Boiler Replacement at a Large Manufacturing Facility in Southern Ohio January 26, 2021
    A 900,000 square foot manufacturing facility in southern Ohio recently hired TP Mechanical to replace two, 70-year-old boilers. TP not only completed this project in six weeks, but during the demolition and installation, there was no disruption to the manufacturing facility’s production. TP replaced dated, inefficient boilers with a new hydronic boiler and steam boiler. […]

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