This gas conversion projects requires installation of 20 high-efficiency condensing natural gas boilers to replace antiquated oil-fired boilers in Auburn public housing.
Ten pairs of high efficiency boilers were installed to replace the old oil burners. New water heaters, pumps, controls, and gas lines were installed. Old oil tanks, lines, and boilers were removed and disposed.
Renovation of historic brick mill into 48 market-rate apartment overlooking the Androscoggin River in downtown Lewiston.
This job included plumbing, heating, and ventilation of 48 new apartment units in a 150 year old brick textile mill. Massive windows and 13 foot high cielings make this a signature development in downtown Lewiston. The Lofts at Bates Mill is a Maine State housing project aimed to bring new life to these old, previously abandoned structures. Notable installations include the 30 foot solar heating panels on the roof, making it one of the largest solar installations in any Maine public housing project to date.
The completed building has 250 rooms, each of which has a kitchenette, shower, water-closet and lavatory. A central laundry room, domestic hot water, and ventilation systems were also a part of this projects. Additionally, each room was heated and cooled by a natural gas fired PTAC system.
Damon Mechanical has finished work on the new transient Bachelor Enlisted Quarters. This marks the end of a 16 month project for DMS. DMS was awarded the bid for the design and construction of the heating, air-conditioning, and plumbing in December of 2002. This design/build project was a cooperative effort between Korte Construction Co., JSA Architects, Damon Mechanical, and Enterprise Electric. The completed building has 250 rooms, each of which has a kitchenette, shower, water-closet and lavatory. A central laundry room, domestic hot water, and ventilation systems were also a part of this projects. Additionally, each room was heated and cooled by a natural gas fired PTAC system.
The Korte Company was the general contractor on this site. A construction firm over forty years of age and with more than 1,500 projects under it’s belt, Korte was a pleasure to work with. Like Damon Mechanical, Korte is Design/Build oriented, giving us a great working relationship as we moved toward completion of this project with the other subcontractors.
JSA Architects has built its reputation with over 70 years of engineering expirience. Creating engineering solutions for the BEQ project was no simple task, but JSA met the challenge without difficulty. As the subcontractor working on the HVAC and plumbing systems they designed, we were very happy with their work and commend them on a job well done.
Enterprise Electric, with over 75 years of service, Enterprise Electric was very capable in the wiring for this project. They kept their work on schedule so that we had lighting and power to work through the 16 months of construction. Having power ready when the HVAC systems were ready was also a great help.
DMS installed the plumbing and HVAC for the new Radio Air Traffic Control and Tower at the Brunswick Naval Air Station.
Boy Scouts, Banknorth officials, Cianbro and other members of the business community broke ground Monday, July 19, 2004 on the 21,000-square-foot Scout Center.
The new Alton E. Cianchette Boy Scout Service Center is a unique building in both construction style and contractor involvement. The building is LEED Certified (Green Construction). It is a two-story plus basement building with retail, meeting, and administration spaces that will replace the older and much smaller space the BSA now occupies.Four mechanical contractors are working on different aspects of the project. All of the contractors are donating material and labor to help the BSA meet a tough budget. DMS is performing the plumbing portion of the building.
Damon Mechanical compled the plumbing for the project, which included a water closet, lavatory, mop sink, and water heater. The general contractor was CCB Construction Services.
This building is a long, concrete shooting range, with administrative offices separate from the range itself. Damon Mechanical completed the plumbing for the project, The general contractor was CCB Construction Services. Merrow Insulation insulated the plumbing, heating, and HVAC systems. Hannel Brothers installed the ductwork, and McGuire and Co. did the controls.
Portland International Jetport – DMS installed the plumbing and HVAC portion of the new Portland Jetport Baggage Claim Expansion project. The project consists of a new 300 ton chiller, cooling tower, two new AHU’s, and two new 90 BHP gas boilers.
DMS installed the plumbing and HVAC portion of the Portland Jetport Baggage Claim Expansion project. A third baggage carousel was installed and the two existing carousels were replaced. The project required installation of a new 300 ton chiller, cooling tower, two new AHU’s, and two new 90 BHP gas boilers.The entire addition has in-floor radiant heating. Radiant snowmelt was installed in the canopy areas. This was a project that required a great deal of scheduling and planning in order to keep the airport safe and running during construction.