- The first project, which was valued at $4.5 million, featured the renovation of the HVAC system at Ritter hall
- The second project involved renovating the HVAC system at Litteken Hall that serves electronic classrooms on two floors
- In addition to the two large projects, Haberberger also completed three smaller design/build projects at SLU
A Haberberger technician takes part in the extensive renovations at St. Louis University.
ST. LOUIS, MO. — Full-service mechanical contracting firm Haberberger, Inc. has announced the completion of two large design/build projects, along with three smaller projects, at St. Louis University (SLU).
The first project, which was valued at $4.5 million, featured the renovation of the HVAC system at Ritter hall. The 75,000-square-foot project consisted of renovating three floors and laboratory areas on the lower level of the building. Haberberger worked on all three floors simultaneously and was able to complete the project just in time for classes to resume in August. The laboratory space on the lower level was completed in September – also within project schedule. Haberberger collaborated with Bingman Construction, FSA Architects and St. Louis University Department of Design and Construction in order to meet the accelerated schedule.
The second project involved renovating the HVAC system at Litteken Hall that serves electronic classrooms on two floors, as well as storage and mechanical areas on the lower level of the building.
The HVAC portion of the project began on July 5, 2015, and was finalized on August 21, thanks to close cooperation between Haberberger, Inc., ICS Construction Services, The Lawrence Group Architects and St. Louis University Department of Design and Construction. The 17,000-square-foot project totaled $1.05 million.
In addition to the two large projects, Haberberger also completed three smaller design/build projects at SLU. The team worked on hood replacements and gas piping modifications at the Panda Express Kitchen in the Bush Student Center, as well as in several DuBourg Hall offices. Haberberger was a subcontractor to ICS Construction Services for these projects.
The projects at SLU were managed by Haberberger Project Manager John Gallia. The Haberberger team on the projects also consisted of Scott Martin, Mike Bonebrake, Frank Piel and Ron Arbuthnot; who all served as pipefitter foremen; and Ed Hallam and Tim Hancock, who served as sheet metal foremen.
Haberberger, Inc. is a 68-year-old mechanical contracting company that offers complete HVAC installation, customized maintenance programs, and process piping and piping fabrication, and refrigeration and energy management services to a variety of industrial and commercial customers. For more information, visit them online at www.haberbergerinc.com.