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Capabilities




“...Access to the largest
Mechanical work force in
Southeast Alaska.”
Schmolck Mechanical Contractors performs plan/specification and design build projects throughout Southeast Alaska. In addition we maintain retail plumbing stores, sheet metal fabrications shops and service departments providing retail sales and service in Ketchikan, Sitka and Juneau.

Our projects range in scope from the smallest service jobs to $11 million commercial projects. We have staff of highly experienced plumbers, mechanics and sheet metal workers who have successfully completed projects in Alaskan communities from Metlakatla to Napaskiak. Schmolck maintains annual sales of $15 to $25 million; this volume enables us to keep a staff of approximately 40 people which gives owners and General contractor’s access to the largest Mechanical work force in Southern Alaska. Our size allows us to easily shuffle manpower to where it is most needed and is an essential part of why Schmolck mechanical is your best choice in Southern Alaska when you want your job done right and on time.







Current Projects




Project:UAS Dorms

Location: Juneau, AK
Date Completed:
SMC Contract:$1,700,000

Description:


This project consisted of constructing two new 5 story dormitory buildings for housing at the University of Alaska Southeast



Past Projects




Project:Sealaska Plaza VAV and controls upgrades

Owner: Sealaska Corporation / Synergy Systems
Contact / #: Synergy Systems; Carl Moses / (719)304-4211
Contract $: $918,047.00
CO’s: $59,846.00
Claims: None

Scope:


This contract was issued as a Best Value RFP. The project consisted of; replacing all existing Variable Air Volume (VAV’s) and associated Hydronic re-heat coils, modifications to the existing duct systems, full replacement of the existing building controls system, and conversion of the existing constant volume air handling equipment to a variable volume air system. VAV’s and associated coils were spread throughout the occupied building, which required a high level of coordination to limit impact to building occupants for the duration of the project. With the building occupied during the construction process special consideration needed to be given as the entire project duration was during winter months. The project’s success was due to constant communication between owner (Sealaska), Owners representative (Synergy Systems), design team (Murray and Associates), and Schmolck Mechanical.



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