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Roberta A. Smith Library, Muskingum University

Location: New Concord, Ohio General Contractor: Lincoln Construction Engineering Firm: Heapy Engineering Installing Contractor: TP Mechanical Originally built in 1969, the Roberta A. Smith Library at Muskingum University is being renovated and expanded to make use of technology advancements and to meet the needs of today’s students. This development adds 15,000 square feet to the […]

Bellevue Youth Theater, Washington

Location: Washington Architect: Becker Architects General Contractor: Pease Construction Installing Contractor: Design Air The Bellevue (Washington) Youth Theatre’s new facility was designed to meet LEED® certification standards for sustainability. The requirements for this green building project included energy efficiency, maximum indoor environmental quality, water conservation and waste reduction. These objectives were partially achieved by integrating […]

AQC Industries donates The BlueDuct® Underground Preinsulated Duct System to Habitat for Humanity® Project

SHOREVIEW, Minn.—AQC Industries, Inc. (AQC) the leading manufacturer of advanced engineered duct systems, is proud to have recently supported a Habitat for Humanity® home in Willmar, Minn. The company donated 200 feet (61 m) of The BlueDuct®, which was recommended and installed by Chappell Central, Inc., a premier industrial, commercial and residential HVAC provider in [...]

High praise for concealed displacement ventilation and The BlueDuct® Underground Ductwork in Sts. Anne & Joachim Catholic Church

System delivers maximum comfort, energy efficiency and quiet operation ST. PAUL, Minn. — When church officials at Sts. Anne & Joachim Catholic Church in Fargo, N.D., added a sanctuary as part of the final phase of a multiphase building plan, they requested a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system that churchgoers would not see, [...]

Jefferson Memorial Gateway Arch – St. Louis, MO

In 1963 construction began on the Gateway Arch which was a representation of Thomas Jefferson and St. Louis’ role in the western expansion. Weighing in at 43,226 tons of steel and concrete the magnificent Gateway Arch is still the tallest man-made national monument in the United States. The renovation project began in 2014 and is […]