General Contractor: Midstate Mechanical
Architect: Midstate Mechanical
Engineer: Midstate Mechanical
Midstate Mechanical was selected by Lockheed Martin to centralize the distributed chilled water load at the Goodyear campus. The project scope included eliminating 15-20 small chiller plants and installing a large packaged central plant and tying them all together on one hydronic loop. Two additional buildings also received centralized chilled plants by tying distributed loads to existing plants. Lockheed is a defense contractor with very sensitive work being performed. Midstate coordinated overnight shutdowns with no interruption to daily operations.
General Contractor: The Law Company, Inc.
Architect: Carter Burgess
Engineer: Carter Burgess
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona is one of the fastest growing airports in the Valley due to the increased air travel in the state. The Law Company and Cessna chose Midstate Mechanical, LLC. due to our reputation in the Valley. The project consisted of office and manufacturing repair areas including an aircraft high performance parts paint booth. The hangar area was fed by mezzanine custom air handlers. The IT department had computer room A/C units and all chilled water was distributed from a packaged central plant, the project also included rooftop air handlers.
General Contractor: Core Construction
Architect: Smith Group
Engineer: Smith Group
Midstate was selected for this $3.2 million (mechanical), 98,000 square foot new research facility with offices and laboratories for the Department of Agriculture. The project consisted of several single-story buildings.
Unique aspects of the project include PVC ductwork for the dust collection system serving the moth room and polyethylene duct for the greenhouse. Process chilled water was used for the building through HTX in the penthouse, and two 12,000 CFM air handlers for the lab building. The building is 100% OSA and supply air is exhausted through air valves. The greenhouse is air cooled by CHW HHW air handlers and evaporative coolers. The remainder of the building is conditioned through air handler units.
General Contractor: Chanen Construction
Architect: DWL Architects
Engineer: LSW Engineering
Midstate Mechanical has performed work on the Midwestern University campus for over 10 years. Midstate’s knowledge of the campus and extensive experience in mechanical services made them an ideal choice for the new research facility. The 32,500 square foot research lab included the installation of laboratory control valves and chilled water system.
General Contractor: Ryan Companies
Architect: McFarland Davies
Engineer: SSR Ellers Inc.
Midstate was selected to perform the mechanical services for QuikTrip’s Quik’nTasty expansion. Quik’nTasty supplies baked goods and sandwiches to QuikTrip convenience stores across the metro-Phoenix area. The existing facility is a warehouse for distribution.
The Arizona facility is located in Tolleson, Arizona. The expansion added an additional 61,700 square feet for production needs. The work was performed while the existing building was fully operational. The project included a large pick, stage, catch, commissary wash and prep area.
This area is fed by four air handlers delivering low temperature air through insulated ductwork. The bakery area included heat exhaust, supply and makeup air systems. The project scope includes low temperature air handling units feeding the warehouse, making it a large freezer, there is a variety of flue ducts and stainless steel. The piping installation included a chilled water skid, warm water skid and a delivery system to the air handlers.
General Contractor: Sunstate Builders
Architect: Winton Architecture
Engineer: Popov Engineers
Midstate Mechanical was selected to provide the HVAC for the new Café Valley Bakery production plant. Café Valley has been in the baking business for over 20 years, supplying Supermarkets, Convenience Stores, Restaurants and Food Service from coast to coast. Daily products are baked, packaged and shipped from this facility. The new 285,950 square foot facility is located two miles west of the current plant. The new facility increases production and allows for a more efficient operation and higher quality products. The project scope includes 22 chilled/hot water fan coil units, 27 exhaust fans VFDs and a test hood for the kitchen.