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Cal Trans Building New Fan Wall Completed over the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend

Cal Trans Fan Wall, COAC, Mechanical Contractor

The COAC Installation Team just completed a challenging, time-crunched project at the Cal Trans Building across from the State Capitol. The project entailed de-constructing and dismantling an enormous single 12 ft by 12 ft. 100,000 CFM / 60 horsepower circulation fan and replacing it with a more energy efficient and significantly more manageable fan wall. The fan wall was made up of 15 integrated, independently controllable Hunt Air fan cubes that generate as much or more than the required 100,000+ CFM of air flow. The final size of the cube array, not including the supporting steel superstructure, was 16.25 ft. wide by 11 ft. tall. The entire disassemble, removal, preparation of new opening, and installation of the 15 cubes was completed in just under 70 hours during the long Memorial Day weekend with no work disruption to the Cal Trans tenants. All of the month’s long planning, creative solutions and great teamwork certainly paid off. Well done team!

Stay Tuned for the Time lapse video of the deconstruction and installation of the fan wall.

 

ACHR News Highlights COAC’s Helicopter Lift Video

COAC on the ACRH News WebsiteThe editors at the ACHR News (Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration) requested the use of the COAC Amazing Amazon Helicopter Lift video to highlight on their industry website. The website is a very well respected news and information source in the HVAC/R industry and to be included on their site is a very nice achievement. Click here to see the video on the ACHR News Website.

COAC Now Servicing NorCal 7-Elevens

Cooper Oates Air Conditioning Serves 7-11 Stores Cooper Oates Air Conditioning has recently begun  providing HVAC and refrigeration preventative maintenance and service to 125 7-Eleven locations as far north as Redding, south to Turlock and west to Marin area. Click here for map of locations.

 

Construction Team Gears Up for Amazon Project in Tracy

Amazon Logo On Tiltup WallCOAC’s Construction Team is in high gear on the new two million square feet Amazon Fulfillment Center in Tracy, CA. The facility will be built on 90 acres off of Grant Line Road and be one of the largest projects in COAC’s history. Right now the enormous walls are being tilted up, the ductwork is being delivered and the final planning details are being worked out. Completion of the facility is slated for this October, in time for the holiday shopping season. Look for future updates on our progress of this massive construction project.

COAC Construction Trailer Arrives at Amazon Tracy Project

COAC Team Offloads First Batch of Ductwork for Amazon Tracy

Reviewing Mechanical Plans for Amazon Tracy