Laboratory Projects | General Heating and Air Conditioning

LABORATORIES

General Heating and Air Conditioning has designed and installed HVAC systems in a wide variety of laboratory, research, and clean room facilities. Our experience in these special environments gives us insight and expertise into the many design issues that relate to these high performance settings.

We know how to address exacting requirements such as: precise temperature and humidity control, special filtering and space pressurization requirements, fume hood design, and the application of PVC, stainless, and other specialty duct requirements.

Our record of successful performance in laboratory, research, and clean room facilities is reflected by work performed in the following facilities:

  • BTC Promega
  • Scientific Protein Labs (SPL)
  • Monsanto Company Agracetus Campus
  • Mentor Biologics Lyophilizer Facility
  • SAFC Pharma
  • UW Interdisciplinary Research Center
  • Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Examples of our laboratory experience:

Problem Solved: Underground Piping Installation Poses Unique Challenge

Our project managers oversee projects related to the commercial side of the business here at General Heating and Air Conditioning. In our new “Problem Solved” series, several of our project managers will share a challenge they encountered on the job and how they were able to provide their client with a solution. Today, Eric Smithback […]

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Project Update: DeForest Schools

In 2016, we worked on providing upgrades and additions to several schools in the DeForest school district.

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Problem Solved: How We Overcame an HVAC Challenge in the Commercial World

At General Heating and Air Conditioning, we have a commercial side of the business, and a residential side. Our project managers oversee projects related to the commercial side of the business. In our new “Problem Solved” series, several of our project managers will share a challenge they encountered on the job and how they were […]

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