Recently SAM Mechanical identified a water loop system at the Beverly Hospital / Women’s Health Center that had a continuous flow through the cooling tower even during the winter months.
Recently SAM Mechanical was asked to perform various laboratory ventilation alterations and upgrades to the Kluber Lubrication lab in Londonderry, New Hampshire. SAM Mechanical mobilized and assessed the existing ventilation system, and then constructed and fabricated a new vent hood, which was integrated into the existing ventilation system.
Just wanted to share this amazing review we received from yet another happy customer. It’s testimonials like this that we hope help illustrate SAM Mechanical’s dedication to world class customer service and satisfaction.
SAM Mechanical who is the preferred contractor through a competitive bidding process for Nashua Housing Authority has recently replaced two boilers at the Central Street public housing facility under emergency conditions.
The Tobey Building in Concord NH was originally built in the 1920s it is currently a State owned building. The State of New Hampshire hired Lavallee Brensinger to re-design and renovate the facility.
Check out this recent boiler room build-out and installation performed in Fitchburg Ma.
The project that is viewed includes three Laars Might Term 3 gas fired boilers with a total firing rate of 1,750,000 BTUs.
SAM Mechanical Services is proud to announce that we were the runner-ups for the Better Business Bureau in a strong field of businesses.
Out of a field of 300 applicants in the large business category the Visiting Angels of Auburn, NH ended up receiving the first place Torch Award for excellence in business award and the highest award that Better Business Bureau gives out annually
SAM Mechanical has recently completed the installation of an oxidizer and accompanying high capacity/high pressure ducting at Cummings Printing a major periodical and magazine printing facility in Hooksett, NH.
The oxidizer unit is the Retox 10,000 which cleans and purifies the air being discharged from the large printing.