Tumbleweed Recreation Center is a mixed use facility in Chandler. This facility has a complex four pipe hydronic system with the domestic hot water tied into the boiler for the heating hot water. Although this project had multiple changes and revisions throughout the construction process, the project was completed on time. The facility opened in January of 2008. The General Contractor was Haydon Builders.

Tumbleweed Recreation Center

Located at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico this fuel cell and corrosion control hangar provides fuel cell maintenance, corrosion control and composite repair maintenance for C 130 aircrafts. This project was a design building in its entirety. This is one of the largest paint booths ever built in the United States.

SOF Fuel Cell & Corrosion Hangar

This design build project is a 2 story, 57,000 square foot building. The project was built and named after the Federal Judge who was shot and killed in 2011 at a supermarket in Tucson. The building has some unique features from the solar, too the ceilings in the courtrooms. One thing you may not notice when visiting this building is the welded 16 gauge steel duct work. This was installed to help mitigate sound transfer in the building. Another feature of this building is in the mailroom, which contained a special decontamination exhaust system and containment tank. They spared no expense when it came to the plumbing and/or mechanical for this project. The mechanical system consists of the most start of the art chillers and skid mounted pumping systems, on the market today.

John M. Roll Yuma Courthouse

This modern single story fire station has 4 bays, 13 dorms and is 15,00 square feet. This project was LEED Silver certified, to acquire this LEED status the design team needed to incorporate High efficiency units. To give the project a unique feel exposed oval duct was fabricated and installed in the main truck and maintenance bay area.

Phoenix Fire Station No. 59

This particular station patrols 181,670 square miles of the desert terrain between Arizona and California. They moved from a 5,000 square foot office building to this brand new 54, 938 square foot facility. This was a LEED Silver Certified project. HVAC and Plumbing was completed by Tempe Mechanical.
This 222 Acre park is located in central Phoenix and is known for its golf courses and picnic areas. Tempe Mechanical had the pleasure of upgrading several restrooms with stainless steel automated plumbing fixtures as well as an upgrade on the Club house and Boathouse.

Tempe Mechanical Project

Tempe Mechanical Project