Our Wichita branch recently installed roof top air handlers at the Mars Candies plant in Topeka, Kansas. This sweet shot is of the helicopter setting one of the units.
Congratulations to Omaha’s Rick Blackledge for earning an extremely prestigious accolade.
Rick won the Hall of Fame Award (formally the Construction Alumni Award), given to a College of Engineering program alum who exemplifies outstanding service and dedication to the University of Nebraska’s Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction.
Recipients are determined by the university's faculty, and are selected for representing NU’s high standard of excellence through their professional accomplishments and contributions to the school and communities.
The awards banquet was at the Strategic Air and Space Museum last Thursday.
Justin Blackledge, a current student and member of the group, presented his father with the award.
We recently replaced an old water-cooled centrifugal chiller with a frictionless magnetic chiller at the Midland building in downtown Des Moines. As Iowa Sheet Metal, we installed the original chiller in 1956. Our work lasts a very, very long time.
The City of Wichita has three public webcams set up to show progress on the new Mid-Continent Airport Terminal, a Waldinger project. As the building goes up over the next year, this link will have quite a story to tell! Check it out here.
Just wanted to let you know what a good job your repair people are doing. The lines of communication are excellent and the repairs are done fast! We appreciate you and your team!
We’re pleased to announce that we just won the mechanical and sheet metal contract for this Ames hospital. Detailing, shop and field will soon be busy with this HUGE job, which will take us through early 2014. Big thanks to all who helped make this project happen, as well as to those who will help complete it.