Water treatment facilities are built using large networks of piping systems. Our fabrication and installation capabilities allow us to be competitive on any treatment facility – large or small.
Iron Filter and Chemical Feed System
Coenen Mechanical was responsible for fabrication of piping and installation of a new iron filter and chemical feed system for a municipal water plant. Work included layout, off-loading and setting of equipment, installation of filter media, and start-up services. The entire system was leak checked and chemical feed verified.
Hot Water Boiler Replacements
As part of a large expansion at an energy generating facility in Wisconsin, Coenen Mechanical LLC was responsible for the fabrication, installation and relocation of utility piping. Work included installation of approximately 900 feet of 10” schedule 40 carbon steel pipe, 600 feet of 6” HDPE, 400 feet 4” HDPE, as well as multiple isolation valves, test connections and future tie points. A major facility shut-down was necessary to make the final tie-ins. Through careful planning and execution, the tie-ins were made safely and under the promised time. The project was completed in approximately four months.
Cooling Tower Replacement
Coenen Mechanical was responsible for replacing an existing cooling tower system. Work included removal of an existing cooling tower, coordination and delivery of the new tower, off-loading and setting the new tower, and fabrication and installation of piping and tie-ins.
Low Pressure Steam Line Installation
Coenen Mechanical was responsible for installation of temporary low pressure steam lines for heating of an existing building while an adjacent building was being removed. Steam lines were installed throughout the building and tie-ins completed while the existing heating system was disconnected and removed.
Make-up Air Installation and Cooling
Coenen Mechanical was responsible for installation of a new hydronic piping system with a heat recovery loop. This system was installed as part of an addition to an existing educational building. Tie-ins were made on the chilled water and hot water lines while classes were in session without interruption to the building systems. Many of the tie-ins to the existing system were completed in active offices/classrooms. Significant planning and coordination with other contractors and the owner was required to complete this work without interrupting classes.
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