The construction schedule for this multi-unit housing project is unique, providing only 20 days per floor to install the HVAC systems. Our project team planned the construction process to ensure timely delivery of material and to assist our team in managing productivity for scheduled completion.
This project involved the installation of a 100-ton roof top unit for cooling and outside air, 33-variable air volume boxes with hot water reheat, 2-boilers for heating as well as the installation of through-the-wall heating and cooling units in the resident units.
Bell & Blaire provided extensive preconstruction services and value engineering strategies to provide St. Joseph Motherhouse, a new two-story assisted living facility, with cost savings.
The OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital project was a renovation that involved the conversion of surgical rooms into patient rooms while expanding the existing HVAC system.
Kongsberg Automotive was a design-build renovation project of the existing HVAC system. Bell & Blaire managed the complexity of having to work without affecting Kongsberg Automotive’s daily operations.
Ellet High School is a 238,000 square foot, 3-story building consisting of classrooms, two gymnasiums, a theater, an auto lab, a wood shop, several kitchens, and an administration wing. Our preconstruction services were extensive on this project with focus on pre-fabrication and included BIM which has resulted in the ability to more effectively and efficiently use our onsite work force.
Bibbins Hall at Oberlin College was a summer renovation project to the Performing Arts Center. This $1 million project’s greatest obstacle was the aggressive 8-week deadline, but our team was still able to complete the project on-time due to our expertise in project planning, offsite fabrication, and highly skilled workforce.
Courtyard by Marriott was a 10-story hotel that included an underground parking deck, three conference rooms, a theater, a bar and grille, a fitness center, and 110 guest rooms. A variable refrigerant flow system with press refrigerant fittings and alternate equipment manufacturers were selected because they provided the same efficiency as the base of design at a lesser cost.