Mark III performed mechanical and plumbing services to support the conversion of a historic building into a lab facility for Steelwave. Built in the late 1800’s and formerly occupied by Sherwin Williams Paint Co., this facility has been deemed a historic building by the community, making it a priority to maintain the existing exterior. Mark III employed virtual construction efforts to prefabricate plumbing and HVAC systems offsite before shipping and installing at the facility.
The plumbing scope of work included demolition of existing systems and the installation of new underground sanitary sewer, acid waste, vents, DCW, CHW, HWR and natural gas piping. The facility includes (6) restrooms, including (4) showers all with ADA access, in addition to multiple lab and cleaning areas.
The mechanical scope of work included the demolition of existing systems. This included 33,000 total CFM for exhaust and the installation of 256 tons of heating and cooling systems, including (2) air handling units, (32) FCUs, and (3) mini splits systems for the elevator room and control rooms.