Biochemistry / Biophysics

Client:

Trane /
Texas A&M University

Management Lead:

Chris Warren, P.E.

Project Manager:

Jay Watkins

Site Superintendent:

Tony Davidson

PROJECT SCOPE OVERVIEW:

Quantum North America was contracted by Trane to replace five (5) custom Air Handling units in the Biochemistry / Biophysics Building at the Texas A&M Chemistry Building.

 

The project involved replacing five (5) Air Handling Units, including associated plumbing, ducting, etc. Additionally, Easley Crane Services was responsible for all the crane and rigging activities associated with the Air Handling Units.

KEY PROJECT ATTRIBUTES:

Quantum North America specializes in HVAC replacement projects which minimizes impact to buildings occupants and their work. Quantum understands this often means working after hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.

KEY TO PROJECT SUCCESS:

When working with a Higher Education facility that is performing certain scientific research the HVAC system must work effectively and flawlessly. Quantum North America prides itself in not only providing quality equipment installation but also performing startup and testing to ensure the entire system is working as designed.