ABC OF IOWA AWARDS GALA
Proctor Mechanical Corporation received several prestigious construction awards from Associated Builders and Contractors of Iowa.
Commercial and Industrial HVAC
Award of Excellence for the Beck's Superiors Hybrids, Inc. project in Colfax, Iowa
Award of Merit for the Moulton Elementary HVAC Replacement project
Merit Alliance Award for the inclusion of the most ABC of Iowa member companies in the completion of the Moulton Elementary project
Commercial and Industrial Plumbing
Award of Distinction for the Bridges at Ankeny project in Ankeny, Iowa
Residential and Small Commercial HVAC
Award of Excellence for providing plumbing and HVAC systems to Bomgaars in Grimes, Iowa
Criteria for the project awards included complexity of the project, attractiveness, unusual challenges, innovation, safety, and budget compliance.
Proctor Mechanical Corporation also received a Safety Training and Evaluation Process award in the Silver certification for continues dedication to providing training and safety in the workplace.
"The awarded projects submitted by Proctor Mechanical Corporation are examples of the innovation and commitment to outstanding craftsmanship that embody merit shop construction. The superior workmanship illustrates the high level of quality produced by merit shop contractors."
- Greg Spencer
ABC of Iowa President and CEO
Award of Distinction in the Specialty - Commercial and Industrial $250,000 to $1 Million project category. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the Greenfield Agronomy Facility development completed in Perry, Iowa.
Award of Excellence in the Plumbing – Residential and Small Commercial, $250,000 to $500,000 projectcategory. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the ICIW Campus Water Conditioning development completed in Mitchellville, Iowa.
Award of Excellence in the Specialty – Commercial & Industrial, $1 million to $2 million project category. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the John Deere B18 Demo & 2L Reconstruction completed in Ankeny, Iowa.
Award of Merit in the HVAC – Commercial and Industrial, over $2 million project category. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the Smouse Opportunity School Modernization development completed in Des Moines, Iowa.
Award of Excellence in the HVAC – Commercial & Industrial, $250,000 to $1 million project category. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the Van Wall Equipment development completed in Nevada, Iowa.
Award of Distinction in the Plumbing – Commercial and Industrial, $250,000 to $1 million project category. This award was presented based on the company’s work on the Van Wall Equipment development completed in Nevada, Iowa.
ABC National Safety Committee S.T.E.P. Award
1993 - 2005
For achieving and ongoing efforts in the development of a safety program.
Accredited Quality Contractor 1993 - 2005
Safety - Benefits - Community - Training
Iowa First Place Mechanical Project of the Year
Grinnell College Residence Halls 2003
When a Vision Becomes a Reality
Proctor Mechanical Corporation was pleased and proud to participate in the construction of a Central Iowa project near and dear to both their hearts and to the people in the area.
Project Superintendent Todd White, along with architects NBBJ and engineers from KJWW, were extremely innovative as they turned an undeveloped field of corn stalks into the mechanical masterpiece: Great River Medical Center.
Proctor Mechanical was chosen to provide the mechanical expertise needed for this project. This project has a wide variety of mechanical systems and requirements, which Proctor can provide. The new 29,000 sq.-ft. space maintains 12 of the 15 constant climate zones, no small task for any company.
This project was the Iowa Department of Natural Resources first endeavor to create a desitnation resort on one of its beautiful lakes, Lake Rathbun.
This project is an 87,000 square foot four-story cancer addition with a basement. Proctor will be completing this project in June of 2003.
This project was a total architectural, electrical, and mechanical renovation of an existing 39,500 square foot elementary school. The project included an addition of 4,112 square feet. The existing hot water heating and rooftop cooling system was completely removed and replaced with a ground source variable refrigerant flow system. This project has to be completed during the school summer break.
This project was built as a prototype of US Armed Forces Armories of the future. It not only serves as the National Guard Headquarters, but it also houses the vaulted Iowa Communications Network fiber optics equipment, requiring special temperature and humidity control.
This project consisted of building a 750-man, medium security correctional facility. The mechanical subcontract of nearly $4,000,000.00 was performed on schedule with a great deal of "team" attitude.
This project consisted of renovation of the 1874 Iowa State Capitol. It included the installation of a 120 ton chiller and a new fan coil HVAC system. Space management and coordination were extremely important aspects of this project.
This resort is a 105 room hotel with in indoor water park, conference center, 18 hold golf course and full kitchen.
This project is the dormitory used by the Graceland University football players. Our scope of work included the complete demolition and renovation of four floors of dormitory restrooms. The project included the addition of variable refrigerant flow system for cooling of lounge areas on 4 floors. The project included a rooftop unit for cooling of restrooms on 4 floors. The project also included demolition of (2) water heaters, (2) storage tanks, and installation of (2) hot water boilers and (1) storage tank. One of the many challenges Proctor Mechanical faced was the tight 7 week schedule with asbestos being discovered in the first week delaying the start. Ductwork would not fit in the existing spaces as designed. PMC worked with the General Contractor and the Mechanical Engineer to redesign the entire HVAC system to make it work in the exisitng conditions. Despite the challenges, PMC finished this project ahead of schedule and the players were able to return to new restrooms and lounges.
Proctor Mechanical Corporation was chosen to perform the design-build mechanical and plumbing work for the $9.8 million dollar YMCA Men’s Supportive Housing project in Des Moines. This project consists of a three story 140 unit housing facility with an attached 12,500 square foot commons, commercial kitchen laundry and administrative office building.
Awards & Featured Projects
Proctor Mechanical Corporation was selected to perform the mechanical portion of the Moulton Elementary School Renovation Project. The project includes removal of the existing heating and cooling system including boilers, chillers, pumps, condensers, and piping.
Proctor Mechanical provided the plumbing portion of this assisted living project. This consisted of sanitary, greasy waste, storm water, domestic water, and natural gas systems.
Gabus Family dealerships have been expanding in the Des Moines Area for several years. Proctor Mechanical Corporation has been assisting in constructing their growth for 4 years. When it came time to expand their Gabus Ford Dealership on Merle Hay Road, Proctor Mechanical was chosen as their mechanical contractor of choice. The expansion was a 2 level service addition and an addition of 2 car wash bays.
This project consisted of the renovation of a concrete framed historic commercial building into a 44 unit apartment building with commercial tenant space.
The City of Des Moines required Confluence to install a 3,000 gallon grease interceptor to receive the waste from all the existing drains and future drains in the production area. The intended expansion was going to require additional water to support the existing and future phases of the expansion. The existing epoxy coated trench drains were rusting and required replacement.
Proctor Mechanical Corporation was responsible for the selective demolition of portions of the high pressure steam system and replacing those portions with new.