CAPABILITIES & SERVICES include
SYSTEMS & Mechanical Retrofits
Lawson’s approach to each retrofit is as unique as its clients, their facility and critical nature of their mission. Our in-house engineering, sheet metal fabrication, piping fabrication and all labor resources can make even the most complex job a straightforward turnkey project back by 75 plus years’ experience.
- Regulations change,
- New energy initiatives efficiency are set
- Aging equipment
- Expanding your facility, remodeling, or performing needed tenant improvements.
Equipment replacements, Design build or Value Engineering solutions we look forward to working with you.
We can replace or upgrade a wide variety of HVAC equipment, including boilers, chillers, compressions, cooling towers, and more, thanks to the expertise of our personnel and the manufacturing capacity of our two 28,000 square foot facilities in South Sacramento.
No matter the cause, rest assured that Lawson Mechanical’s Service Division is more than capable of performing complex retrofits.
We can replace or upgrade a wide variety of HVAC equipment, including boilers, chillers, compressions, cooling towers, and more, thanks to the expertise of our personnel and the manufacturing capacity of our two 25,000 square foot facilities in South Sacramento.
QUICK RESPONSE team
When you need to complete your big project in a small amount of time, we recommend “QUICK RESPONSE”. This select team of Service, Special Projects, Start up and Construction disciplines all on one team. Backed by our Engineers, Sheet Metal and Plumbing fabrication shops give us an advantage and unique ability to plan, mobilize and safely turn around a job on a tight schedule.
Our experience working in high-pressure situations from critical processes or state catastrophes where time to plan is restricted, codes and regulations need to be met. We stick to our standard procedure safety, clear objective, costs conscious and multiple options to provide good solutions and complete execution.
Lawson Mechanical can also help you restore the lost energy efficiency of your mechanical systems.
When an HVAC system is first installed, the system is 'commissioned,' meaning that it's tuned to work at peak efficiency. But over time, staff members override automated settings, vents are opened and closed, and equipment is replaced without necessary recalibration. As a result, a building's energy efficiency declines by an average of 7% per year, costing tens of thousands of dollars in excess energy costs.
We can help you reclaim your building's lost energy efficiency, and make your mechanical systems work like new.