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Topics: The Piping Industry Training Center, Toledo, GEM Inc., Volunteer, Northwest Ohio Piping Industry, Community Minded, Collingwood Arts Center, Industrial Power Systems
Jul 22, 2016 4:00:00 PM
The new ProMedica project on the banks of the Maumee River is helping reinvent Toledo’s waterfront.
The $60 million project, which began with site preparation during the winter, will move the headquarters of Northwest Ohio’s largest medical system to downtown Toledo.
Construction crews are working to build a new parking garage on Promenade Park, rehab and expand the Steam Plant and remodel The Junction.
Northwest Ohio Piping Industry members are one of the numerous trades working on the project.
Topics: projects, construction, ProMedica, Piping Industry, Toledo, GEM Inc., Northwest Ohio Piping Industry, plumbers, Construction Projects, Headquarters
Jun 30, 2016 4:30:00 PM
As the summer heat beats down on the Greater Toledo area, the Northwest Ohio Piping Industry’s HVAC specialists are busy trying to keep people cool. From residential to commercial units, the skilled tradesmen and tradeswomen have been putting in extra hours this summer to answer the many calls they receive to fix units that could not handle the workload under this summer’s extreme heat.
On hot July day, with temperatures soaring well above 90 degrees, Rob Shaffer from Gem Industrial was called out to service a HVAC unit sitting on top a ProMedica building in a Toledo suburb. More than 100 people inside the building, including doctors, nurses, secretaries and patients, were becoming uncomfortably warm as the inside temperature steadily rose.
Topics: ProMedica, HVACR, Piping Industry, GEM Inc., Northwest Ohio Piping Industry, UT Physicians Regency, Kevin Drouillard, Commerical Comfort Systems, Rob Shaffer
Apr 7, 2015 8:25:04 AM
GEM Inc., a signatory mechanical contractor with the Piping Industry, recently signed a five-year, comprehensive agreement with Inverness Country Club, one of the most prestigious golf clubs in Northwest Ohio, to maintain the facility's HVACR and controls.
One of the first things that GEM Inc. started on after inking the deal was removing and replacing the facility’s 21-year-old chiller system. The process took some slick maneuvering and deft crane work by Pat Roseman, who manned the crane with skill.
Topics: projects, HVACR, chiller barrel, Golf, Inverness Country Club, GEM Inc., Northwest Ohio