Public Institutions, Educational Institutions, Theaters, Offices, and Workplaces are all places where the health, safety and comfort of the general public are of the utmost importance. Our decades of experience bring to life your vision for the spaces where you will ask the general public, children, and employees to congregate. Count on us for professional and affordable service from rough-in to completion.
We invite you to look through this small collection of projects completed by EnviroControl Systems over the past few years. Each project had its own unique set of requirements and challenges; including working in occupied environments and Historic Reuse scenarios. Our team of experts uses their years of experience coupled with value engineering to ensure the comfort and safety of all those who learn, work, play and congregate in these spaces.
EnviroControl Systems was contracted to install mechanical systems in the $4.3 million addition to Archbishop Alter High School.
Enviro Control Systems was contracted to install duct collection systems, and remove and reinstall air handlers in the laboratory.
The conversion of Lotz Paper Building to the Avant Garde Office Suites and Restaurant Space was undertaken during 2017-2018. EnvrioControl Systems was contracted to install the mechanical systems.
This project was accomplished in four phases and required over 1 year to complete. The project was to provide mechanical systems in both new construction and building retrofit to this historic Cincinnati theater facility.
This project was unique as all work was performed while the police station was occupied, 100% operational, and properly secured to protect the community and staff.
EnvrioControl Systems coordinated with contractors and other trades on a variety of project elements. Coordination was necessary on elevations and locations of material and penetrations to block walls before construction with accuracy, so masonry corrections and modifications were not required.
As part of the team who completed this historical renovation, Enviro Control was tasked with maintaining historical architectural features of the building while overcoming significant building deterioration. Success of this project is evidenced by the honor of receiving the 2018 ABC Excellence in Construction Eagle Award.
This project employed value engineering solutions consistent with the building’s designation on the National Register of Historic Places. The budget to complete this 20,000 square foot project was fixed, and EnvrioControl Systems was able to work with it to finish the comfort systems need for all 5 levels of the building.
Austin Landing worked with EnvrioControl Systems to finish the tenant build-out of 10, 222 sq feet.
EnviroControl Systems served as design build contractor for historic reuse of six story office building, including six story building shell and tenant buildout in basement, and 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th floor levels. Scope of the work includes installation of a DOAS (Dedicated Outdoor Air System) unit mounted on the roof with ductwork hung in the shaft and stubs for each floor, restroom exhausts, 67 tons of cooling with a VRF system including 26 heads (cassettes or ducted units), and ductwork to provide the fresh air to each floor.
Formerly known as the J.K. McIntire Building, built in 1912, the building is best known for the upper three floors being used by the Monsanto Company, who tested the biological impact of polonium radiation as a part of the US Military, Manhattan Project.
EnviroControl Systems completed an 18-month, multi-phase, 2-building rehab. Project included demo and installation of HVAC mechanical systems to two pre-existing buildings. EnviroControl Systems’ team embraced the challenge of converting an aging boiler system to modern heating/cooling. Project challenges included restrictive ceiling heights, drilling through existing concrete/block walls/ceilings, working in shafts and attic space, maintaining the architectural integrity of a 116-year old building.)
During the install, over 2 miles of soft copper was run in the two buildings. This was the perfect job for our first- and second-year apprentices to learn about the VRFs systems that were installed.
The Bright Path Active Learning Center employed modern farmstead typology based on efficiency through modularity, and consists of two buildings connected with a glass entrance which represent a farmstead. The building is designed to support rich interaction between indoor and outdoor learning experiences.