General Heating and Air Conditioning has considerable experience with a variety of industrial projects. We are familiar with the high performance demands and significant challenges offered by industrial facilities that embark on either new construction or remodeling projects. New construction often comprises mixed use facilities, possibly including office environments, manufacturing facilities, or clean room spaces. Remodeling projects require tight time frames where production shut downs constrain the amount of work that can be done at a given time. We understand the challenges of working in difficult environments that require extensive planning and rigorous execution in order to keep projects on schedule with minimal disruptions. The following is a sample list of industrial facilities General has worked in over the years:
- Amcor Flexibles
- Cardinal Glass
- Cummins Emissions Solutions
- General Motors
- John Deere Test Cell Facilities
- Plastic Ingenuity
- Rotating Equipment Repair
- Teel Plastics
Examples of our industrial experience:
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