Today, the company announces a new website that will make it easier for owners and general contractors to make informed decisions when selecting Heritage Mechanical as a mechanical subcontractor during pre-construction. It is the first website in the firm’s four-year history. Continue reading “Heritage Mechanical Launches New Website”
Earlier this week, the Giant Food store in the Chatham Station Shopping Center (Ellicott City, Md.) relocated to a vacant space within the same center. The 88,000-square-foot store was built by Crisak Construction; Heritage Mechanical served as the HVACR contractor.
Michael Parker is now a Master HVACR Contractor, as issued and recognized by the State of Maryland’s Board of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors. Parker has been working with Heritage Mechanical since 2012, and has been responsible for multiple roles before being placed in his current position as leader of the pipefitting and plumbing construction teams.
Heritage Mechanical is proud to announce a partnership with Vela Associates, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), a business recognized as part of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Heritage Mechanical completed work this month on the new 120,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter in Fort Totten Square (Washington, D.C.). The store was developed by The JBG Companies and Lowe Enterprises and today employs approximately 400 full- and part-time associates.
The new Walmart store on H Street is not only the first Walmart to be built in Washington, D.C., but also features a unique concept for the retailer. Part of an “urban experiment,” the store is a small 73,000 square feet in size, sits below a 303-unit apartment complex, and is designed to serve the specific needs of the neighborhood.
Heritage Mechanical successfully performed as the mechanical contractor.