Star Service, Inc. handled all engineering, fabrication and installation work in-house
May 6, 2020
On this design build renovation project at Placid Refinery House #5, Star Service, Inc. handled all engineering, fabrication and installation work in-house. This included switching the refinery’s antiquated HVAC system for a (pictured) motor control center.
A routine fire incident such as this one would not normally make headlines, but with toilet paper being in such demand during our current state of affairs, let's just say we are happy things did not turn out worse.
Integrated Facility Services completes a $1.8 million renovation of the Masonic Complex of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri.
March 20, 2020
Founded in 1889, the Masonic Home of Missouri is a nonprofit charitable organization that provides statewide assistance to Masons, their families and children in need. Included in its 50,000-square-foot, two-story Masonic Complex of Missouri museum, a range of exhibits featuring one-of-a-kind artifacts, tell the stories of how Masons shaped Missouri’s early history.
HVAC airflow problems can make or break a duct system design. After all, the cornerstone of the heating and cooling industry is comfort. Without proper HVAC airflow, comfort goes out the window — pun intended. The end result is a building owner left with a duct system absent its purpose.
From industrial hoods, oxidizers and exhaust stacks to fabricating and installing commercial duct systems, louvers and fire dampers, Nashville Sheet Metal completes around $5 million in projects a year.
The City of Nashville, Tennessee, may be the capital of country music, but at Nashville Sheet Metal it is heavy metal all day and all the time. Established in 2003 between longtime sheet metal workers Kevin Elliott and Tracy Cross, the small but mighty shop has quickly made its mark on Music City by diversifying its construction catalog.
At the Sheet Metal Workers Local 88 Joint Apprenticeship & Training Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, an ever-evolving core curriculum ensures sheet metal apprentices have the tools they need to carve out a modern career in the skilled trades industry.
The three-story, 45,000 square-foot facility features exposed duct throughout the facility fabricated and installed by Kuck Mechanical in Fort Collins, Colorado.
February 16, 2020
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.
Check out the July 2020 edition of SNIPS: A welcoming workplace: LGBTQ workers in construction, SMART Union Supports #BLM, greater protections in the age of COVID 19, duct cleaning, HVAC load calculation and much more!