A HISTORY OF INNOVATION
Since 1986, Pro Mechanical Services has remained true to our company’s core mission and values of providing quality, innovative solutions for the commercial building industry. We are the Inland Northwest’s premier mechanical contractor helping to shape the local landscape with buildings that operate in the most efficient manner possible through fully integrated solutions for all size facilities. Pro has a full suite of electrical offerings making it a full-service energy services provider. We specialize in delivering smart energy on demand.
No other company offers the same breadth of products, solutions and services as Pro. We can provide complete facilities needs for design, build and building efficiency. We are committed to delivering superior service and quality results.
A PROVEN PROCESS TO CLEAN THE AIR
The air around us is filled with particles like dust, dander, pollen, smoke, odors and even pathogens including mold, viruses and bacteria. Pro has found a solution to clean the air by partnering with Global Plasma Solutions (GPS). GPS’ patented needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI®) technology cleans the air by introducing ions into the space via the airflow in your ventilation system. This technology delivers indoor air that is free of ozone and other harmful by-products. Through NPBI, GPS products improve the air by reducing airborne particulates, odors and pathogens.
By keeping indoor air cleaner, NPBI reduces the amount of air required from outside to keep things fresh—saving you initial ventilation equipment costs and up to 30% on energy consumption.
As a society, we spend 90% of our time indoors. Poor air filtration and poor air purification in buildings may be harmful to occupant’s health. In fact, according to the EPA, indoor air quality is often two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Pro partnered with Global Plasma Solutions to offer needlepoint bipolar ionization technology to deliver clean indoor air in commercial, industrial and residential buildings. These products improve the air by reducing airborne particulates, odors and pathogens. It also lowers energy costs by up to 30% by reducing the need for outdoor air intake.
> Schools and universities
> Office buildings
> Food Service
> Arena and stadiums
> The White House
> Carnegie Mellon
> University of Maryland
> Boston Children’s Hospital
> Johns Hopkins University
> Duke Health
> Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
The Washington State Energy Code effective date is February 1, 2021. Building permits submitted on or after February 1, 2021 must meet requirements of the 2018 Edition of the Washington State Energy Code-Residential (2018 WSEC-R) or the 2018 Edition of the Washington State Energy Code-Commercial (2018 WSEC-C). The Washington Department of Commerce released its 2021 State Energy Strategy in January 2021. The Energy Strategy recommends many policy initiatives in multiple sectors.
Electricity: The Clean Energy Transformation Act (CETA), adopted by the Washington legislature in 2019, requires the transition to 100% non-emitting electricity by 2045. The Strategy recommends increased investment in efficiency measures, renewable generation and transmission infrastructure, energy market reforms, and the development a smart and flexible electric grid that includes distributed energy resources, demand response programs, microgrids and storage.
Buildings: The Strategy emphasizes increased efficiency and the transition from fossil fuels to electricity for water and space heating in both residential and commercial buildings. It recommends revisions to the state energy code to adopt zero-carbon and all-electric construction and efficiency requirements.
The Foundation for Greater Comfort and Efficiency
Challenges like space utilization, energy cost and physical space can take up precious time and resources. Pro found a solution to this problem. We have partnered with Honeywell Building Automation to offer a wide array of products and solutions. Honeywell specializes in building solutions that are easier to manage and provide efficient climate controls and provide better data to assist in decision making. Honeywell’s building management systems help to enable smarter buildings, simplify your facility operations, increase occupant comfort and maintain operational and energy efficiency as your business grows.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an invaluable tool for the construction industry. During the design phase, BIM can quickly iterate on design elements, including building form, sustainability, client requests, municipal regulations, budget and more.