UMC’s Water Treatment Team and the CORETECH™ product will be on display May 21st in Portland, Oregon for the Managing Stormwater in Oregon conference. In addition to exhibiting, John MacPherson, UMC Water Treatment Specialist, will be speaking in a session.
We are University Mechanical Contractors, Inc., one of the most experienced full-service mechanical contracting firms in the nation. We opened our doors in 1920 and have been operating continuously in the Puget Sound region of Washington ever since. Throughout the years, clients have relied on us for our industry-defining expertise and commitment to innovation.
We aren’t afraid of complex mechanical challenges. In fact, we’re drawn to them. We have a long history of providing clients with systems that are unique, budget-sensitive, and completed on time. Along the way, we reduce energy and operational costs, help improve tenant and employee productivity, promote sustainable building environments, and remain accountable for the ongoing system performance of each of our facilities.
We have created building environments in hospitals, biotech facilities, laboratories, data centers, research centers, industrial wastewater plants and manufacturing facilities. We offer a diverse team of designers, engineers, builders, contractors, and project managers, but no matter what our background, we have one thing in common: passion for the work we do.
We believe in building value. This means we strive to have a positive impact on our community and every community we touch, we work hard to build a team of enthusiastic experts, and we consistently deliver high-quality work to our clients.
In order to quickly and efficiently help our clients layout their underground work, we have been designing innovative new ways to use existing technology. The Trimble is traditionally used to lay out deck inserts or sleeves. Our Virtual Construction Services and field crews collaborated to discover a simple way to add underground trench layout information to the VCS model.