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CONNECTING WITH LIMBACH Mechanical Construction • Team Construct • Design Assist • Design Build • Facility Maintenance Service • Building Automation


Issue No. 2 | Spring/Summer | 2006

Limbach - An Award Winning Design-Build Mechanical Contractor In recent months, the following Limbach design build accomplishments have been nationally recognized in Contracting Magazine: • Compuware Corporate Headquarters Facility – Detroit, Michigan: First Place Award for new construction more than $5 million. – As a $38,000,000 design build mechanical project, it was Limbach’s largest design build contract awarded to date. The 1 million sq. ft. office building included space for 4,000 employees, an 8,000 sq. ft. data center, a 16-story central atrium with a 14-story waterfall, 60,000 sq. ft. of retail space, a 38,000 sq. ft. fitness center, a progressive day care facility with 18 class rooms, a full service cafeteria and kitchen, spectacular public space, board room and an attached 12-story parking deck. This complex project, constructed under a very tight schedule, could only have been accomplished by having an internal design engineering resource working hand and glove with our construction and sales resources from the projects inception all the way through commissioning and occupancy. Also recognized as award winning projects by Contracting Magazine were:

Compuware Corporate Headquarters

For over 25 years Limbach’s design engineers, in conjunction with the construction and sales people in our various offices, have been providing creative, innovative, and cost effective solutions to our customers’ most challenging opportunities. In 1983, we formed a central engineering resource, Limbach Systems, which evolved to become our current engineering group. The Limbach/ Mechanical Professional Services (MPS) group has resources located in Orlando, Detroit and Pittsburgh; the design build engineering efforts are led by Presidents Tim Ward and Thom Barry and Chief Engineer David Brentzel. Our customers have asked our engineers to design systems that solve challenging comfort, energy efficiency, sound attenuation and operating scenario criteria. Design solutions to these criteria are often contradictory and always complicated by architectural and space requirements, and of course, tight budgets. This seems like a daunting task but our engineering, construction and sales people, working together, have met the challenge time and time again. Our customers have recognized our design engineering expertise by continuing to award Limbach repeat business and calling on our engineers to help them evaluate and solve mechanical operational problems in their other buildings that we did not design or build. These relationships and our reputation has afforded Limbach hundreds of millions of dollars of design build, team construct, performance contracting, special projects and service projects awards over the years.

• Ohio Veteran’s Home - Columbus, OH: Runner Up – for retrofit/renovation projects more than $1 million. • Geneva College – Beaver Falls, PA: Honorable Mention - among the best examples of design build HVAC work.

Ohio Veteran’s Home

Congratulations to all who contributed to these award winning projects. These are just some of the projects, large and small, that MPS and our local offices Geneva College are collaborating on. Our “in house” design engineering resources are capable of producing such award winning designs, truly provides Limbach with a competitive advantage in the marketplace, which is moving more and more towards utilizing the design build process. Currently, MPS is completing designs for the $900 million permanent gaming and hotel facility for MGM Resort Casino, the $80 million National Defense University and the $45 million Pentagon Library and Conference Center for the U.S. Government. Other design build projects in the construction phase include, Kennedy Square Office Complex, Detroit, MI; Del Monte Corporate Headquarters – Pittsburgh, PA; a pharmaceutical clean room for Tyco in Deland, FL; and an extension to the site chilled water system at the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. | Healthcare • Institutional • Entertainment • Commercial • Research & Development • Manufacturing • Government

Teaming on Design Build in the Nation’s Capital

National Defense University, Ft. Leslie McNair - Washington D.C.

EXPANSION OF MARSHALL HALL In response to a solicitation from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the team of Turner Construction, Skidmore, Owens and Merrill, and Limbach prepared the successful offer for design and construction of an expansion to Marshall Hall at the National Defense University at Ft. McNair in Washington DC. The expansion, to be named Lincoln Hall, will be over 240,000 square feet of conference rooms and academic offices for the training of military leaders from all over the world. To be successful, the Team worked closely together to satisfy the needs of the customer while complying with the detailed program documents and maintaining the budget for the project. The building exterior was to be designed to satisfy fine arts and historical agencies for the District of Columbia. The building systems were to be the lowest life cycle cost systems that could be easily maintained and operated. With the assistance of Mechanical Professional Services (MPS), Limbach’s internal mechanical engineering group, Limbach developed an energy efficient and cost effective design that allowed the creativity of SOM’s architects to present an outstanding design. The costsaving design developed by Limbach/MPS allowed SOM to add additional design features for a successful offering.

The building design incorporates energy conservation features that will result in an estimated energy cost 23% below ASHRAE 90.1 requirements. MPS provided these energy conservation features and provided the results of a life cycle cost analysis within the proposal. The building is also designed to the latest force protection standards. MPS is working closely with SOM and their consultants to design the building to protect the occupants from external and internal release of chemical, biological, and nuclear contamination. This design includes reducing building envelope leakage, providing building pressurization controls, and air handling units with enhanced filtration. The building construction is on a fast-track schedule and is to be ready for occupancy in the Spring of 2007. As the final design documents are being prepared, the concrete structure is nearing completion.

BILL MEADOWS RETIRES Bill Meadows recently retired after 25 years of dedicated service at Limbach. He began his distinguished career at Limbach in the service division where he was eventually promoted to General Manager. Bill was later appointed to Branch Manager/Vice President of Limbach’s Columbus office. Upon retirement, Bill relocated to Boardman, Ohio, with his wife Gatha. They are looking forward to spending more time with their daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren. Bill will also have the chance to now spend much desired time engaged in his favorite hobby, refurbishing boats. The Columbus Team recently gathered at Cherry Valley Lodge in Newark for his retirement party, where many reminisced about times they spent with Bill. Although this is an exciting time for Bill as he enters a new phase in his life, it is also a sad time for those of us who have had the pleasure of working with him. Thank you Bill for your commitment to excellence. It is spirit, drive and determination like yours that has made Limbach what it is today.

LIMBACH GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE! A few words about the LEMT Program: Finding and developing today’s best college graduates, who will one day become the future leaders of our company, is the primary goal of the LEMT Program. The program has been designed to attract, recruit and orient students from the best engineering and construction management programs in the country and develop these individuals to help lead Limbach into the future. The program has established a number of relationships with colleges and universities throughout the country in order to prepare the “pipeline” of qualified candidates to be considered. This key component of the program is vital and the company will continue to expand and strengthen our relationships with these sources. After the interviewing and selection process, candidates who accept offers of employment will participate in a highly structured orientation and development program during their first five years with the company. Highlights of this program include:

THE LIMBACH ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM GETS UNDERWAY Over the last few years, we have worked hard every day to take Limbach to a new level of success. At the same time, we have also continued to think about the future and what needs to be done now to prepare for the future. We, the employees of the company, know that the success we desire lies not only with us, but also with the people who will join our company as we move forward. Limbach has taken action to address our recruitment efforts, and in particular, has reestablished a college graduate recruitment and development program. We are pleased to announce the development and implementation of the Limbach Engineering & Management Training Program (LEMT). Many years ago, Limbach developed an active and successful college recruitment and development program called Project Administration Training (PAT). Many of our current and successful operational people were recruited, oriented and developed in this program. Our company’s executive team recognized the need to reestablish a program of this nature. Last fall, a committee was commissioned to address the reestablishment of a program, to analyze the most successful components of the old program, and to incorporate new features that update the program for 2006 and the future. The development of the LEMT program was completed and recruitment initiated last January. If you have a chance, see the LEMT Brochure posted on our company internet website at (see in “Careers” section). This document was produced to promote and explain the program to potential candidates. To date, we are happy to report that a number of qualified candidates were identified, interviewed and successfully recruited to join our company this month.

-  Intense initial orientation in Pittsburgh during their first month of employment. This orientation, presented by numerous leaders of our company, is structured to expose trainees to our industry, services, terminologies and practices. -  Trainees will then spend 12 to 18 weeks working in their branch Estimating Department. Training will focus on reading drawings and learning industry terminology under the guidance of the branch Estimating Manager. They will also work with the Limbach estimating system and be involved with job takeoffs to learn how the company is awarded projects. -  After completion of their assignment in the Estimating Department, trainees will spend the next six months rotating through the various departments in their branch to gain exposure to all facets of our business. During this phase, each trainee will work closely with their assigned mentor in order to assure that they are getting the most out of the program. -  The next few years in a trainee’s development will be highlighted by an assignment into a productive role within one of the branch departments. Core and specialized training will continue during this phase of a trainee’s development. This month, the company looks forward to the first class of “LEMTs” starting their careers with our family. Stay tuned for details at your branch as trainees are recruited and introduced. As in the past, this is a program in which we can all contribute to its success as well as our company’s future. Take the time to help Limbach go “Back to the Future”.

Promotions & New Hires Limbach continues to grow and expand the business to become One Company. As part of that growth there has been promotions and new hires of employees in several locations:


FENWAY TRILOGY: A Successful Relationship Project


Limbach Company was awarded the HVAC contract for the Fenway Mixed Use, also called TRILOGY, project in 2004, by Suffolk Construction Company. Limbach and Suffolk agreed on a Team Construct approach for the project and continue to maintain a strong team relationship in Boston, MA.


TRILOGY is a mixed-use project located in the heart of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. The development, owned by Fenway Ventures, will bring residential apartments and Harvard University institutional housing, retail, restaurant and parking at the intersection of Boylston Street, Brookline Avenue and Kilmarnock Street.


The Limbach team lead by Senior Project Manager, Bill Sacco, consists of Steve Gillis, General Foreman, Mike Goulet, Fab Shop and Area Foreman, Al Belsito, Area Foreman, and Roxanne Mellen, Lead Planner. The team has done an excellent job maintaining the project schedule and serving the needs of our customer(s), Suffolk Construction Company and Fenway Ventures.

Randy Nations Hired as Operations Manager Herman Streetman Promoted to Safety Manager


Rick Dorci Promoted to Branch Manager

Jay Sharp Promoted to Branch Manager

Craig Montgomery Promoted to EVP in charge of Western Region

Darin Smith Promoted to Special Projects Department Manager Kip Schultz Promoted to Estimating Manager


Rick Warner Promoted to Vice President of Sales Kyle Davis Promoted to Special Projects Manager

Los Angeles:

Joe Amaral Promoted to Operations Manager Garry Iaconelli Promoted to Contract Manager Porter May Promoted to Contract Manager George Scholten Promoted to Contract Manager Len Hayward Hired as Branch Manager Bill Haverstock Hired as Safety Manager


Dave Strobino Promoted to Service Manager

Congratulations to All!

The project consists of three towers of 12, 15 and 17 stories connected by a 10 story base building. The structure is made up of structural steel framing, metal decking and concrete slabs. The three below grade levels will be designated for the 560 parking spaces. The first floor of the building will house the loading docks, lobbies (apartment and Harvard based) and 43,000 square feet of retail space. The second floor will include fitness facilities, management offices, common areas and a centralized courtyard. The residential area, which consists of 405 studio, one, two and three bedroom luxury rentals and Harvard housing units, which makes up 171 apartment units that will be owned and managed by Harvard University for Harvard University students, faculty and staff. The residential units begin on the third floor and continue up to each of the three towers with mechanical penthouses on each rooftop. The exterior façade consists of architectural precast and brick highlights with windows and curtainwall. In addition, Fenway Ventures has made a significant commitment to affordable housing, incorporating nearly 60 affordable units onsite. The residential portion of this project totals 580,000 square feet, bringing much needed rental units to Boston’s housing market. Additionally, the project will extend Kilmarnock Street through Brookline Avenue, facilitating traffic flow. One of the key success factors of this project was the trust and relationships built between Limbach, Suffolk and Fenway Ventures.

LIMBACH EXPANDS Service Acquisition Completed Limbach Company LLC, in Columbus, OH finalized the asset purchase of National Mechanical Services of Ohio on March 8, 2006. This Business Unit was rolled into the existing Branch Service Department, where it continues to offer high quality programs that are designed to control cost, reduce downtime and improve facility comfort. Limbach’s Service Department focuses on preventive maintenance programs, facility/system analysis repair and replacement services. Other programs are designed to monitor and manage utility consumption, improve energy efficiency and upgrade temperature control systems to state-of-the-art Direct Digital Controls. We are pleased to welcome the former National Mechanical Services of Ohio clients and key employees to the Limbach Family and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship throughout the years to come.

WILLIARD LIMBACH GETS SUMMER STARTED WITH A CLAMBAKE & BARBEQUE On a hot June day, Williard Limbach held its First Annual Employee Clambake and Barbeque. The day began as employees viewed the second phase of the “Remember” Charlie Video: Safety, Everyone’s “Responsibility.” After a discussion on safety, the outside festivities began. Charlie Bacon, Limbach’s President/CEO; Steve Menhennitt, Branch Manager; Dave Strobino, General Service Manager; and Service Managers, Mike Hogan, George Schrader, and Mike Dolan, served as chefs for the event barbequing hot dogs, hamburgers and clams in the 90+ degree weather! Entertainment for the afternoon was provided by the United States Air Force Thunderbirds, an acrobatic stunt team, who performed a special presentation for the media in preparation for the Air Show scheduled for the upcoming weekend. The Thunderbirds flew directly overhead the picnic and put on a fantastic show. The event was a huge success and all had a great time!


Sabo/Limbach Energy Services, the Columbus location, has traditionally developed conservation programs for school districts with old, inefficient New Does Not Mean Efficient buildings. Through their Utility Bill Auditing Program, they are now finding the same opportunity exists for districts with new buildings.


Recently, Sabo/Limbach worked with a local school district to address the high-energy costs in their three newly built elementary schools. Each of the buildings is about 65,000 square feet and of nearly identical architectural design. At less than three years old, the building envelopes are well constructed and exceed all of the building code requirements for energy efficiency. Additionally, the buildings have state-of-the-art HVAC, employing technologies such as VAV with hot water reheat and dehumidification control, air handlers with enthalpy heat recovery wheels, independently controlled minimum outside air dampers, 80% plus efficient boilers, rotary screw chillers, primary/ secondary chilled water pumping and a full direct digital control system. Electrically, the buildings employ HID and T-8 florescent

lighting. Despite this technology, their utility bills were among the highest of schools within the state. Working with the school administration and facilities staff, Sabo/ Limbach created an energy-saving program that includes recovering heat from the chillers. This “free” energy replaces the need to fire boilers during the cooling season to provide hot water reheat for the VAV boxes and dehumidification cycle. Additional energy conservation measures include the use of CO2-based demand controlled ventilation to reduce and manage excessive outdoor air volumes, optimizing the building automation system’s sequences and parameters, and adding variable-speed control to the kitchen hoods and make-up air units. Conservative calculations indicate the cost savings from energy reduction and reduced equipment maintenance will pay for the improvements in less than 3 years. Now the district not only has new buildings, but they are truly energy-efficient as well.


HIGHLIGHTS OF NEW PROJECTS AWARDED Project: IBT Generator Upgrades Owner: Investors Bank & Trust Customer: Lee Kennedy Market: Commercial Service: Team Construct Location: Boston, MA

Project: DelMonte Building/Retail Owner: Continental Real Estate Customer: Continental Building Systems, Inc. Market: Commercial Service: Design/Build Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Project: North High Street Renovation Owner: State of Ohio Customer: State of Ohio Market: Government Service: Plan & Specs. Location: Columbus, Ohio

Project: Columbus Center #16 Owner: Cassin/Winn Development Customer: Suffolk Construction Market: Mixed Use Service: Team Construct Location: Boston, MA

Project: Equitable Resources – Wellness Center Owner: Equitable Resources Customer: Continental Building Systems, Inc. Market: Commercial Service: Design/Build Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Project: Channelside Condos Owner: The Towers @ Channelside LLC Customer: Batson-Cook Market: Condos Service: Plan & Specs. Location: Tampa, FL

Project: Sawyer Library Owner: Suffolk University Customer: Lee Kennedy Market: Institutional Service: Team Construct Location: Boston, MA

Project: Verizon – New Castle Owner: Verizon Customer: Verizon Market: Telecommunications Service: Plan & Specs. Location: New Castle, PA

Project: Colonial High School / 9th Grade Center Owner: Orange County Schools Customer: Skanska USA Market: Schools Service: Plan & Specs. Location: Orlando, FL

Project: Security Exchange Commission Owner: SEC Customer: Bovis/Congress Group Market: Commercial Service: Team Construct Location: Boston, MA

Project: OR Renovations Owner: Uniontown Hospital Customer: MBM Contracting Market: Healthcare Service: Plan & Specs. Location: Uniontown, PA

Project: St. John North Pavilion Owner: Ascension Health Customer: Skanska USA Market: Healthcare Service: Team Construct Location: Detroit, MI

Project: Charles E Smith Apartments Owner: Archstone-Smith Operating Trust Customer: Suffolk Construction Market: Residential/High Rise Service: Team Construct Location: Cambridge, MA

Project: WPH – 8th Floor Dialysis Renovations Owner: West Penn Hospital Customer: Jendoco Construction Market: Healthcare Service: Plan & Specs. Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Project: MGM Permanent Casino Owner: MGM Grand Resorts Development Customer: Tre Builders Market: Entertainment Service: Design Build Location: Detroit, MI

Project: Kennedy Square Owner: Redico Customer: Dailey Company Market: Office Service: Design Build Location: Detroit, MI

Project: Data Center Cooling Owner: Philadelphia Stock Exchange Customer: Philadelphia Stock Exchange Market: Commercial Service: Special Project Location: Philadelphia, PA

Project: Metro Matters-Greenbelt Maint. Facility Owner: Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority Customer: Hensel Phelps Construction Market: Transportation/Industrial Service: Team Construct HVAC & Plumbing Location: Washington, DC

Project: Pfizer SSAATC Owner: Pfizer Customer: Skanska USA Market: Pharmaceutical Service: Plans & Specs. Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Project: Lab B 134 Renovation Owner: Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical Customer: HSC Builders & Construction Market: Research & Development Service: Special Project Location: Raritan, NJ (Philadelphia)

Project: Metro Matters-Shady Grove Maint. Facility Owner: Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority Customer: Hensel Phelps Construction Market: Transportation/Industrial Service: Team Construct HVAC & Plumbing Location: Washington, DC

Project: WSU Scott Hall Owner: Wayne State University Customer: L.S. Brinker Market: Educational Service: Team Construct Location: Detroit, MI

Project: Express Terminal Owner: Pitt Ohio Express Customer: Nexus Properties Market: Commercial Service: HVAC Location: Hamilton, NJ (Philadelphia)

Project: WPH Cherry Valley Water Park Owner: Cherry Valley Lodge Customer: Horizon Construction Market: Entertainment Service: HVAC, Plumbing Location: Columbus, OH

Project: EMU New Student Center Facility Owner: Eastern Michigan University Customer: Turner Construction Company Market: Educational Service: Plans & Specs. Location: Ypsilanti, MI

Project: Wind Tunnel Owner: Honda of America Customer: Sverdrup Market: Manufacturing Service: Special Projects Location: Marysville, OH

Project: Ralph Bunchee Middle School Owner: Atlanta Public Schools Customer: Kellog, Brown and Root Market: Institutional Plan & Spec Service: None Location: Atlanta, GA

CEO CORNER Limbach has always been an innovative specialty contractor, creating the way for others in the industry to follow.

DEL MONTE FOODS AT NORTHSHORE In March 2004, Limbach Pittsburgh was awarded a $3,000,000 design build contract for the engineering and construction of the HVAC Systems at the new Del Monte Food Headquarters Building, located along the Allegheny River between PNC Park and Heinz Field. The Del Monte Building is a six story, 285,000 sq. ft. office/retail building being constructed by Continental Building Systems and is part of Continental’s North Shore Development Project. Limbach’s in-house engineering group, Mechanical Professional Systems (MPS), was the engineer-of-record and responsible for the complete HVAC System design for the shell building and future retail tenant areas. This is the third successful large design build project with Continental Building Systems, which demonstrates their commitment to the design build approach and Limbach as a successful provider of these services. Del Monte plans to occupy a majority of the building.

UCLA CAREER FAIR Western Air Limbach attended the Engineering and Technical Career Fair at Ackerman Hall at UCLA’s campus on October 21st, 2005. This was an afternoon event in which companies attended with representatives to meet prospective employees, either recent graduates or upcoming graduates from UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science. Some of the other companies in attendance were, NEC Electronics, Northrup Grumman, Raytheon, IBM, General Motors, Cisco Systems and Microsoft, to name a few. Each employer was provided a six-foot table, lunch and two chairs to set up their displays for the students to see and learn a little about their prospective employers. We hope that this is the beginning of a strong recruiting program that seeks to benefit us long term. Thanks go out to Kimberly Ridenour and Anna Vazquez for helping us make it a successful event.

A couple of examples include our unwavering commitment to eliminate injuries in the workplace. Our program known as Incident and Injury Free (IIF), a behavioral based program that is constantly evolving to improve our outcomes of getting everyone home after work without incident, is now including a special focus on wellness. Our employees’ health is largely in their own control. Wellness programs are about employers providing information, tools and opportunities that will enable employees to 1. improve their (and their families’) general health and well-being, or 2. provide avenues for employees to take the next step toward that healthier lifestyle they desire. Our Safety and Wellness Committees (both National & Local) will be working in conjunction with the Human Resources Department and our national healthcare vendors and consultants to maximize information availability and program nuances. The addition of wellness to our safety program is meant as a preventative investment in our people... and we will continue to look for other opportunities to improve our results with a goal to be one of the best employers to work for in our industry. Bottom line... we care about our employees and sending them home each and every night to their families. Another example is our commitment to a best practice within our industry... providing leading design build and team construct services that truly deliver unparalleled value in terms of first and life cycle costs. Through our own inhouse engineering consulting practice known as Limbach Mechanical Professional Services (MPS), our engineers deliver sound practical solutions to all types of projects... from simple designs to complex. We bring a wealth of engineering experience from a unique constructors point of view. With seven Professional Engineers dedicated to designing and consulting on our projects, several of which are LEED certified as well as Certified Energy Managers, we bring state of the art industry knowledge to maintain budgets from a concept through completion and start up. We are driven to perform... and perform we do. Over the past year, Limbach has won numerous design build awards, which can be found on our website, We are quite proud of our accomplishments, but what is more important; our customers are very satisfied with our delivery methodology. Today, 93% of our backlog is from repeat customers, a clear indicator they see real value in our services. Limbach is committed to being an innovator and a leader in our industry. We leverage our scale and strength of our overall organization to share knowledge, buying capacity and industry peer relationships. If you haven’t worked with us, give us an opportunity to show you what we are all about... like so many others, we doubt you will be disappointed. All the best, Charlie Bacon President/CEO Limbach Facility Services


On September 30, 2005, Harper Limbach achieved a milestone, seven years of no lost work days. The company celebrated by having a family outing at Busch Gardens, Tampa, FL on October 8, 2005. Employees and their families enjoyed fun in the sun with live entertainment, food, drink and giveaways ranging from $50 to the grand prize of a trip for two to Las Vegas. Harper Limbach held a safety slogan contest for employees’ children twelve years and under to develop the company’s safety motto for the year 2006. The winning slogan, “Hands on Safety”, was created by five year old Miss Analiesa Davis. Her slogan and drawing will be featured on the hard hats of all employees throughout the company. Harper Limbach employees know it doesn’t stop here. Goals for 2006 are not just no lost work days, but to continue with no recordable accidents and to keep reporting all near misses. At Harper Limbach we are committed to eliminating injuries.

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Connecting with Limbach Issue 2  

Connecting with Limbach, Issue 2 - An Award Winning Design Build Mechanical Contractor

Connecting with Limbach Issue 2  

Connecting with Limbach, Issue 2 - An Award Winning Design Build Mechanical Contractor