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 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 redesigned the HVAC and added new registers, grilles, and diffusers.

During one of the February winter storms, a shipment of VAV boxes was delayed coming from Atlanta, Georgia. Our supplier, RL Craig, knew of our critical timeframe. Their team went above and beyond to help us remain on schedule by sending a representative to Atlanta and then delivering the material on-site in a timely manner.

“The most challenging aspect of the job was the tight timeframe,” said Assistant Project Manager Chad Trayner. “This type of project would typically take almost three months, but it will be done in about half the time. This was only possible due to the high level of coordination, communication and everyone stepping up to the plate.”

Addiction Recovery Care has over 30 treatment locations. Headquartered in Louisa, Kentucky, they offer a variety of services including detox, full-time and transitional housing, intensive outpatient, outpatient, medically assisted treatment (MAT), job training, and vocational rehabilitation.

Other Team Members:

The Walker Company, General Contractor

Fayette Electrical Services, Inc., Electrician

R. L. Craig Company, Inc., Supplier

TP Field Management Team Members:

Chad Trayner, Assistant Project Manager

Greg Jordan, Superintendent

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