University Mechanical Contractors’ Jakob Sjoberg and John MacPherson are used to making presentations on behalf of UMC’s Environmental Water Treatment Group, but the one they made in March to a rapt group of scientists in Mukilteo was arguably one of the most crucial.
Not only are we expert contractors, but at UMC, we always have a deep understanding of the end-function of the facilities we build. This means we aren’t just a set of hands for your industrial project—we are also a knowledgeable brain and a passionate heart.
As a reflection of this commitment, the UMC Industrial Group takes total responsibility for our projects, including piping, civil construction, concrete, structural steel, equipment setting plumbing, sheet metal placement, and boiler and vessel erection. This ensures that any industrial facility we touch is built to function properly and withstand the test of time.
Featured Build / Construction Project
The Brightwater Treatment Plant is a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility. The plant was designed to have the capacity to treat an average of 36 million gallons of wastewater per day. The site includes wastewater treatment systems, bio solids production, advanced treatment of flows to Class A reclaimed water standards, and an odor control system. […]
Using an Integrated Project Delivery technique, UMC’s project team delivered a 175,000 sq. ft. high-performance office building with remarkably low energy usage, beating ASHRAE 90.1 energy standards by 40%.