Kuck Mechanical’s ductwork design at Colorado State University
The three-story, 45,000 square-foot facility features exposed duct throughout the facility fabricated and installed by Kuck Mechanical in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Kuck Mechanical, a commercial and industrial mechanical contractor based in Northern Colorado, recently won an “Excellence in Construction” award for its ductwork design at Colorado State University’s Nancy Richardson Design Center. The three-story, 45,000 square-foot facility features exposed duct throughout the facility fabricated and installed by Kuck Mechanical.
Kuck Mechanical is a family owned construction company that specializes in the design, custom fabrication, and installation of a wide range of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning projects.
At Kuck Mechanical’s 20,000 square-foot shop, state-of-the-art sheet metal manufacturing equipment can fabricate a number of sizes and provide all standard and custom sheet metal products.
Kuck Mechanical’s services include:
- Chilled water air handling units
- Fume exhaust hoods
- Pool dehumidification
- Rooftop units
- VAV terminals and ductwork
- Retrofits or expansions to existing systems
- Annual service contracts
Ted and Bob Kuck founded Kuck Mechanical in 1999, but the family legacy dates back two generations. In the 1930s Theodore Alfred Kuck began his sheet metal career in the shipyards, and later established his business in Wisconsin in 1942. The trade was passed down to Russell Kuck, who still works as an estimator at Kuck Mechanical alongside his sons Ted, Bob, and Dave.
Kuck Mechanical is a member of Associated Builders and Contractors, American Institute of Architects - Denver Chapter, and the Spiral Duct Manufacturers Association.