Description: The above project involved the complete Mechanical renovation of a now-defunct 120,000 square foot Atlas Steel building to facilitate the creation of an indoor Composting Facility. The centre-piece of this project was the installation of a Process Venting system to handle the fumes associated with the composting process.
- Installation of large diameter duct (60″ plus)
- Complex demolition and install considerations
- Adhered to highly condensed project schedule (5 months)
Engineer: Vanderwesten Rutherford Mantecon Consulting Engineers
“Vanderwesten Rutherford Mantecon Inc. has had the pleasure of working with Group 92 Mechanical Inc. on several occasions and on projects of varying size and complexity. Whether it was the restrictive and demanding work environment of the McMaster University Medical Centre, the difficulty of performing a boiler upgrade on an operational campus such as the Welland Campus of Niagara College of Canada, or, most recently, a complete Mechanical renovation (including Process Venting) under a very tight 5-month schedule at Universal Resource Recovery Welland Recycling and Compost Facility (a 120,000 square foot indoor composting facility), Group 92 has met each challenge, exceeded expectations, and proven to be professional and highly capable.”
— Tony Mantecon, P. Eng., Vanderwesten Rutherford Mantecon Inc.