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    Update of my job

    This is an update from this thread:
    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=194312
    The job is starting to wrap up in the next month or so. I went in early (only "free" time I have on the job) and snapped some quick pics. Some are a little blurry though.
    It may help to look through the other thread first to see progress. There are MILES of fitter pipe on the job.


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    What kinda place is that? Pharmaceuticals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    What kinda place is that? Pharmaceuticals?
    Sure is. Lots of stainless steel and aluminum.
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    It looks pretty impressive. Nice job. Those Patterson Kelly boilers?

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    the units on the roof seemed crammed to one corner almost to close to one another. maybe just the angle of the photo.

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    Looks like fine craftmanship to me. Is that Union Labor responsible for that?

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    that job must have cost that company 9,459,687,000,003.00 yen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    the units on the roof seemed crammed to one corner almost to close to one another. maybe just the angle of the photo.
    No....they are pretty tight. The do comply with any clearance codes though. There are 3 more future prod. plants (reactor rooms) in the building that have yet to get build out. That means the possibility to add 8 more make-up air units and roughly 10-12 utility set fans.....with associated oxidizer duct and rupture vent pipes. Needless to say....there isn't going to be much roof space left untouched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schomaker9253 View Post
    Looks like fine craftmanship to me. Is that Union Labor responsible for that?
    Our company (union) is responsible for all of the HVAC, process piping, hvac controls, plumbing, and sprinkler fitting work.... along with other misc. work all over the building.
    The sparkies are fairly large non-union contractor.....hence the 10' of seal-tight wrapped around all of the units on the roof.
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    Very nice work. About how many sheetmetal hours on this job? The reason I ask is my younger brother (Local 36) is part of a 16,000 mh job for a pharmaceutical plant expansion.
    Last edited by DaveCR; 07-14-2009 at 10:34 PM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    Those Patterson Kelly boilers?

    Thermal Solutions for the 3 HVAC boilers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveCR View Post
    Very nice work. About how many sheetmetal hours on this job? The reason I ask is my younger brother (Local 36) is part of a 16,000 mh job for a pharmaceutical plant expansion.
    I've had as many as 12 guys on the job and as little as 3-4 over a period of almost 10 months now. I really can't remember total man hours it was 'BID' for...I'll have to check tomorrow....lol. There have been hundreds of hours on extras that are above and beyond the base bid on the HVAC side. Process is in the thousands on extra work.
    Last edited by Lash; 07-15-2009 at 09:29 PM. Reason: spelling...DOH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveCR View Post
    Very nice work. About how many sheetmetal hours on this job? The reason I ask is my younger brother (Local 36) is part of a 16,000 mh job for a pharmaceutical plant expansion.


    Total man hours for this project (for every trade that our company had on the job) is around 65,000 man hours right now. The job has over 150 separate job # listings for other things that we were contracted to do besides base bid work. Job will be complete in less than 1 year start to finish. For this type of building that time frame is generally unheard of.
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