EnviroControl Systems puts its mechanical skills to work, allowing turn of the 20th century historic buildings to come into the 21st century.
EnviroControl Systems has been honored to help save valuable historic architectural features while equipping buildings to meet modern demands.
Adaptive reuse saves neglected buildings that face demolition and protects cultural assets that link our past to the present.
Historic reuse or adaptive reuse has become a catalyst for economic recovery and urban revitalization.
While protecting historically significant architectural features, EnviroControl Systems designed and installed mechanical systems for such Dayton projects as The Steam Plant, The Avant Garde Building, The Manhattan Building, and Woodland Cemetery.
Cincinnati projects include The Ensemble Theatre, Nations Kitchen, Pins Mechanical, the Sharpsburg Schools Mechanical Upgrade, and 1420 Vine Street.
While working to craftmanship standards, EnviroControl Systems has protected historic building facades, decorative plaster cove work, historic plaster ceilings, original wooden ceilings and floors, and decorative brick walls.