Plumbing and HVAC Construction

ATMAC Mechanical worked on Farmers Branch Aquatic Center, completing the plumbing and HVAC work with equipment selection and insulation installation. LG Mini-Split air-conditioning units were installed in the Margaret Young Natatorium to take advantage of changeable panels and allergy reduction filters. Outdoors, ATMAC constructed the plumbing lines for the outdoor splash pool, water slides, lazy river, and lagoon pool.

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Plumbing Construction

La Academia de Estrellas is a new 100,416 square foot 2-story charter school serving grades K through 8th with all the bells and whistles. It includes a library, computer lab spaces on both floors, a science lab, band room, auditorium/cafeteria, and a 10,102 square foot gymnasium with a hardwood floor and full locker room facilities. The building is wrapped around a landscaped courtyard that acts as a community space for the entire student body.

ATMAC’s job was to install all plumbing for the school. Easy enough, except there was no water until a couple of weeks before school was scheduled to open. How do you test all these lines to ensure there are no leaks before the walls are put up and the floors installed? Air. Utilizing high-pressured air, we tested all plumbing lines from the kitchen sink to water fountains and science labs, and everything in between. The result? The job was completed on time and the best part—the kids love their new school. Readmore…

Domestic Plumbing and HVAC

Southern Methodist University built its new 45,000-square-foot tennis complex at Mockingbird Lane and Central Expressway in Dallas to house its top-ranked student tennis program. ATMAC Mechanical worked with Hunt Construction as the HVAC and plumbing contractor for the complex.

ATMAC technicians installed a Daikin variable air volume system along with mini-splits, four Valient rooftop units and a complete plumbing system for the six indoor court arena and training center. Readmore…

New Piping, Boilers and HVAC

Replacing the HVAC systems and bringing the plumbing up to current standards for a 70-year old historic building presents a whole range of challenges. Add to it, partial occupancy and serving as a medical teaching facility and you’ve got some serious planning to do.

In 1924 everything was smaller, including elevators and ceiling space. Installation of three 200-ton chillers meant cutting into concrete, taking apart new equipment and putting it back together, and finding innovative solutions to fit all new plumbing and electrical into small spaces, while figuring out how to install new med-gas piping and code-approved fire protection systems. Readmore…