December 30, 2013 energyair Share this post After an aggressive three-week schedule, the renovation of Community Health Centers Administrative Building in Winter Garden is complete. The scope included demolition of existing HVAC equipment and installation of four rooftop units, six exhaust curbs and medium and low-pressure duct. Logistics and coordination proved to be the most challenging. With no place to store material, all duct systems were fabricated and pre-assembled at our in-house fabrication facility. They were shipped daily for on-site installation with daily inspections occurring. The team worked around existing office furniture, file cabinets and other trades, the latter of which took a considerable amount of upfront coordination. We worked together to ensure the schedule was achieved; starting at one end of the building with a seamless flow all the way through, including start-up of the wireless control system. Our team stepped up to the plate to accomplish this challenging schedule. Check out what David Montero, superintendent for Johnson Laux, the general contractor for the project, had to say about our team’s performance. “Energy Air has been one of the best HVAC contractors I have worked with. They are always willing to please. They were able to get parts quickly for any and all changes that occurred. They worked excellent with the other trades, especially the roofers and the electricians. When I asked for more manpower or asked for extra man hours there was not an argument, they always stepped up to the plate. I am able to say that all trades worked excellent together and in conjunction to pull off a task that others may say was impossible. They all also worked great with the inspectors as well to make sure everything was ready when the inspectors arrived.” In addition to the administrative office building, we are also under way with the renovation of the HVAC system for Community Health Centers Medical Facility relocation, which started in November and is scheduled to be complete in January. The scope includes the renovation of 32,202 square feet with 101 tons of cooling.