Commercial office building HVAC and plumbing requirements are unique because there are so many clients to satisfy. No two hi-rise buildings are alike and because of that Lor-Mar consults with each client to determine how spaces will be used, what business will be transacted in the building, how many individual spaces need to be served etc. Once we have an understanding of the tenant needs, we can then build a comprehensive HVAC plan built around each building’s requirements.
Generating hot and cold water in multi-story buildings demands careful planning because both heat and refrigeration require a water source. Designing the ventilation system is also critical both for the comfort of the tenants and providing proper air circulation and humidity. We are rigorous in following OEM guidance for air filtration and making sure the system we install will accommodate future growth and tenant requirements. With every commercial office building HVAC installation, we will select the appropriate facility management and building automation system. The system we suggest will allow for turnkey solutions, provide real time data for the entire system to mitigate system failures. By including the building automation system it will allow our team to monitor the building remotely and quickly resolve service issues that arise.
We take a holistic approach to serving our clients needs. When we are asked to repair or retrofit a building, we are product agnostic and will deliver the system you need within your budget.
QVC Office Refresh
West Chester, PA
The project was over budget and the GC was looking for value engineering suggestions.
We provided cost analysis for saving opportunities using Thermaduct on the roof in place of standard galvanized ductwork and insulation.
The Thermaduct savings helped bring the project within budget.
Willis Towers Watson
The circulator pumps could not be installed in the ceiling due to height restrictions.
Lor-Mar relocated the pumps to the mechanical room.
Fabricated custom unistrut racks to work within the space restrictions to allow for easier serviceability.