The newly developed 4-story, Class A Life Science Lab in 75 Hayden Ave is 221,300 square feet of unique architectural features that was rightfully nominated for ABC’s Prestigious Eagle Award for Construction Excellence. All of us at PSI congratulate Environmental Systems Inc. (ESI), BW Kennedy, and all those associated with constructing this building because it truly is a work of art!
Piping Systems Inc., has a long history of working with ESI and was chosen to complete the piping portion of the project’s HVAC systems. With its careful planning, coordination, and fabrication capabilities, PSI was able to complete this project on schedule and within budget. “And let me tell you,” said Jason Taylor, Vice President of Operations, “this was not an easy project!”
This complicated construction project was truly impressive in all aspects of its design–from the U-shaped, 4-story building structure to the art work, as you make your way up the courtyard through the lobby. But nothing was more impressive to PSI than the massive mechanical room located in the building’s Penthouse.
The mechanical room at 75 Hayden Ave is the heart and soul which truly brings life to the structure. A massive building like this needs massive pipes to function (14-16” mains to be exact), all connecting the…
Each of these systems working together is what provides a comfortable heating and cooling experience to the tenants and common areas.
All this construction took place over several months with a crew of 12 highly trained techs, PSI’s shop fabrication and the ability to adjust to changes and obstacles as they came our way.
There are many mechanical contractors who can do a “good job.” But there are not many who stand behind their commitment to a General Contractor when an accepted project bid has the potential to “run off the rails.” But after several decades of challenging installs, PSI knows how to think on our feet and monitor every detail to a successful conclusion.
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