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.
We offer a focused Energy Services Group, which positions us to provide sustainable energy solutions to a diverse customer base. This includes facilities of every existing size and complexity. Our services have helped shape industrial facilities, food processing plants, medical centers, cutting-edge data centers, power plants, and wastewater treatment facilities.
Some of our notable sustainable accomplishments include numerous LEED Silver, Gold, and Platinum Certified office buildings, as well as laboratory and wastewater plants, the most energy efficient medical facility in the Pacific Northwest, and the first retrofit installations of oil-free refrigerant compressors in the Northwest.
We are committed to a lean process for design, construction, and facility maintenance. Lean design has two goals—to maximize value and minimize waste. These goals motivate everything we do: our client focus, our love of collaborating with all stakeholders at every level of a project, our careful scheduling of work and material flow, our desire to continually improve, and our empowered team of experts.