It takes extensive experience and judgment to successfully complete design/build projects.
Not only do these projects demand discipline, focus, and technical expertise, but they also require the ability to work in close partnership with clients and other key professionals. By its very nature, design/build is a single source responsibility and we are fully equipped to execute these types of projects.
At General Heating and Air Conditioning, we pride ourselves in the
ability to develop innovative approaches to new construction and retrofit projects.
We demonstrate our value by maximizing energy efficiency while simultaneously reducing costs and construction time. Our design professionals are well versed in sustainable building practices which qualify for LEED certification.
At General, we have a proven track record of experience and accomplishment when working with our partners on a wide variety of design/build projects.
The following is a sample list of design/build projects General has completed over the years:
- Arbor Gate Development
- J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc. Headquarters
- Meriter Hospital – 3 North Rehab
- National Bar Association
- Plastic Ingenuity Medical Clean Room
- Rexam Platemaking Room
- Rhodia Thermal Ice Storage System
- Smart Motors Dealership
- Third Wave Technologies
- UW Medical Foundation Administrative Facility
- Zimbrick, Inc. Automotive Facilities
Examples of our industrial experience:
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