Pivotek – a prefabricated, modular bathroom manufacturer – recently turned to TP Mechanical to replace 30 rooftop HVAC units at its Milford, Ohio location. Pivotek has partnered with TP’s commercial construction division for several years; however, this installation marked Pivotek’s first project using our service division.
Having just moved into the facility six months prior, Pivotek leadership hoped to replace all of the aging rooftop heating and cooling units – which were original to the plant – at the same time. To provide a seamless installation, TP account manager Russ Shively, project manager Scott McEvilly and Clay Smith, operations leader for TP’s Cincinnati group, worked to ensure correct measurements for the new units were taken and curb extensions – required for some units due to new roofing which had been installed – were utilized when necessary.
All 30 units were strategically placed on the rooftop in a single day using a crane and then systematically installed. Because the units varied widely in size, TP team members were careful to tag and match new equipment with existing equipment, to ensure proper placement in the appropriate rooftop locations. “Every unit had some customization to it, so every unit had to go into a specific location,” explained McEvilly. “We worked to make sure every item was carefully labeled and identified.”
TP Mechanical team members completed the placement and installation of all 30 units within one month, operating only on Sundays to avoid disrupting the six-day-a-week manufacturing schedule at the plant.
Avalign Technologies, a leading manufacturer of surgical instruments and medical implants, has turned to TP Mechanical for trusted preventative maintenance and service at its nearly 200,000-square foot facility in Greenwood, Indiana.
Avalign recently requested TP Mechanical for their next sizable project – air conditioning the entire plant and installing duct work for machinery exhaust. Earning this project is a testament to the company’s satisfaction with the ongoing preventative maintenance and service they are receiving from TP.
The TP Mechanical office in Indy is just five years old, but under general manager Mark Hunter, the office has grown to a dedicated team of 15 employees. Already, the office has a substantial regional reach throughout Indiana, servicing clients across an array of industries from manufacturing and industrial to heavy commercial and assisted living.
The Indianapolis office – like our offices in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, and Lexington – provides preventative maintenance, service and installation for mechanical equipment. With a full-time electrician on staff, the Indy office uniquely delivers a full scope of electrical services as well.
Please contact TP Mechanical if we can help you with your upcoming service or installation needs.
Around 6 p.m. on a Friday, water flooded the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio (SERS) offices due to a broken drainpipe which was unable to handle rain from a thunderstorm rolling through downtown Columbus. Facing a forecast of more storms over the weekend – and a threat of even more severe leaks – senior SERS maintenance technician Jason Chenault called TP Mechanical’s Mike McAllister for help.
Despite the call coming in after-hours – on a Friday no less – Mike gathered a team from TP Mechanical to respond immediately. Under the project management of Jared Christman and general management of Tony Marple, a team of TP staff was onsite, starting repairs at SERS in under an hour. Mike McManaway, SERS assistant director of administrative services, commended the team’s fast and dedicated response. “Tyler Wentz, Jessie Herring, and Ian Perry responded to the emergency call without hesitation. Tyler was onsite within the hour, while Jessie and Ian worked to gather materials to repair the approximately 15 feet of broken drainpipe.”
By 10 p.m., the TP Mechanical crew had replaced all the faulty pipe and assessed and repaired all exposed leaks. In just four hours’ time, they’d gotten the SERS offices back to normal and able to withstand any future downpours. “I cannot express enough my appreciation for the professionalism, response, and expertise exhibited by your staff,” said McManaway about TP.
Hopefully, your company won’t face an after-hours emergency like SERS did. But if you do, our dedicated 24-hour emergency service crews at TP Mechanical will be there to help. Our emergency services teams have a guaranteed response time of four hours and can respond to your emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
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 the college. TP Mechanical sent over two technicians right away and were able to resolve the HVAC issue within one week.
Lutz was impressed and asked Wayne Eriksen, in New Business Development for TP Mechanical, for a proposal to provide comprehensive preventative maintenance services for all of Hocking’s campuses. TP Mechanical now provides complete service and maintenance on all of Hocking College’s air-cooled chillers, gas fired boilers, large AHU’s and Automated Logic controls system. TP’s involvement saves the college time and money, by keeping all systems up to date and running smoothly.
TP’s service performance at Hocking College, led to our involvement on the construction of the Sylvania Analytical Lab, a high-level testing facility. Our team provided HVAC and fire protection as the mechanical contractor. Now in operation, the high level testing lab building is part of our service and preventative maintenance scope on campus.