SJS Mechanical identified replacement options. Jeff Woodard, vice president of operations for Hollabaugh Brothers, said he presented the Camp Gallagher project to the team at A. O. Smith, who decided to donate the needed hot water products.
Bruce Sison found a job that was tailored to his fascination with all things mechanical. “My friend worked for a plumbing company and they had a job opening,” said Sison. “I learned the ropes quickly.”
With so many different industry segments represented, with more than 760 different types of products being displayed, with more than 50 free seminars, 17 paid courses, and five separate certification exams — how to make sense of it all?
One crucial aspect of remodeling the home was deciding on what kind of space and water heating systems to install. The home had previously used a tank-style water heater and a forced-air furnace system.
Designed by Simon Oswald Architecture and CM Engineering, the OHM office building the two firms call home is a repository of sound design and engineering practices, along with solid sustainability tactics.
In addition to activating enzymes in the grain, water heated to 160 degrees is used to clean the large stainless steel equipment that produces the brew and to wash the kegs that hold the finished product.
Among the keys to AvalonBay’s success as a developer of sustainable properties is its willingness to take the long view on its investments, looking to maximize their impact on the local environment and community, as well as the health and safety of the residents.
Brad Howe, project manager and commercial estimator for Ann Arbor, Michigan-based G. F. Wilbur Plumbing, and a crew of talented UA Local 190 union tradesmen installed replacement water heaters for the Chestnut Lake apartment complex in Yip-see.
The reason the condensers weren’t installed directly on top of the theater was that tenants in adjacent apartments wouldn’t tolerate the noise. Inside the theater, system noise from the colossal ductwork was worse yet.
This week's product gallery highlights a vehicle charger for tool batteries, a stainless-steel kitchen sink, a WaterSense-certified dual-flush toilet, a new line of lab fittings, redesigned harnesses for the jobsite, and a kitchen faucet collection.
This week’s gallery shines the spotlight on a high-efficiency variable-speed circulator, reciprocating saw blades where the used portion can be broken off, a residential variable refrigerant flow system, residential condensing tankless water heaters, a pull-out faucet for smaller kitchens, and residential mini-split heat pumps.
This week's product gallery highlights a brushless recip saw, a stainless-steel ball check valve, an in-wall outdoor faucet system, a water tank solar-powered alarm, a line of heavy-duty tool bags and an active chilled beam cassette.