Awards:


Washington Building Congress

2016 Craftsmanship Award

Mechanical

BRIAN BURNETT, JASON COLEMAN, ROBERT T. GIFFORD, JOHN GOSE, JOHN PAUL HAMMAN, JADE MCCAIN – Dominion Mechanical Contractors

Project Name: Inova North Tower & Critical Care Wing – Falls Church, VA
Architect: Wilmot/Sanz
Engineers: RMF Engineering
General Contractor: HITT Contracting Inc.
The project consisted of a 100,000 square-foot phased renovation of occupied patient care areas in the center of the hospital complex. CCW required the addition of a new AHU in the MER that affected 17 ORs. Coordination of temporary services, conditioned air, and shutdowns around the OR for patient surgeries took priority from day one. Despite the many challenges, prior careful forecasting in planning of impacts on the previous phases minimized interaction with the patients during the close out of the project.

Plumbing

KEVIN COOPER, RYAN EUTSLER, JASON MARCUM – Dominion Mechanical Contractors

Project Name: Inova North Tower & Critical Care Wing – Falls Church, VA
Architect: Wilmot/Sanz
Engineers: RMF Engineering
General Contractor: HITT Contracting Inc.
The project consisted of a 100,000 square-foot phased renovation of occupied patient care areas in the center of the hospital complex. CCW required the addition of a new AHU in the MER that affected 17 ORs. Coordination of temporary services, conditioned air, and shutdowns around the OR for patient surgeries took priority from day one. Despite the many challenges, prior careful forecasting in planning of impacts on the previous phases minimized interaction with the patients during the close out of the project.

2014 Craftsmanship Award

Mechanical

VAN BAKER, JAMES BALDERSON, BRIAN CAPPS, GEORGE DEHNEY, JADE MCCAIN, RICHARD MCKELVEY – Dominion Mechanical Contractors

Project Name: Novant Health Haymarket Medical Center,  Haymarket, VA
Architect:  Gresham, Smith & Partners
Engineer:  CCRD
General Contractor:  Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC
The project size was 236,000 square feet with 43,250 square feet of shell space. It included work on 121 patient rooms and the composite steel frame superstructure. Dominion Mechanical performed work on levels one through four, the penthouse level, and in the central energy plant. In the central energy plant, Dominion Mechanical worked on two chillers, one heat pump chiller, two cooling towers, two steam boilers, three heating hot water boilers, two domestic hot water heaters and two generators.


Recognitions:

Mid-Atlantic Construction – Winter 2009/2010

Award of Merit – Healthcare

Project Name:  Children’s National Medical Center NICU, Washington, D.C.
Contractor: HITT Contracting, Fairfax, Va.
Architect: Karlsberger Architecture, Columbus, Ohio
Mechanical Engineers: Leach Wallace Associates, Elkridge, Md.
Mechanical Subcontractor: Dominion Mechanical Contractors, Fairfax, Va.

Children’s National Medical Center’s new $14-million, 54- bed neonatal intensive care unit features private rooms for premature infants and their families receiving services at the facility. The NICU expansion consisted of building out 36,000 sq ft of shelled space on the sixth floor of the East Tower, creating an intensive care unit four times as large as was previously available. Private rooms allow for more control of the environment and therefore better patient outcomes. Karlsberger Architecture of Columbus, Ohio, designed the private patient rooms with superior acoustic, lighting and infection control. A corridor atrium lets natural daylight into the space. advertisement The finished floor of the NICU expansion was originally the roof of the East Tower. Consequently, extensive floor leveling was required to install custom Forbo flooring with a cushion back, which provides comfort to the staff and minimizes noise in the NICU area.

 

Washington Business Journal

2009 Fastest Growing Companies

#15 – Dominion Mechanical Contractors, Inc. 

Some folks like to say Washington is not just a government town. There are plenty of other industries that also sustain the region, they say. While that’s true on some level, one glance at this year’s list of fastest growing companies is proof that the government continues to be the No. 1 engine feeding businesses around the region. The vast majority of companies on this list count the government as their most faithful client.

Testimonials:

“We want to thank you and your team for helping us to a successful turnover of the new emergency wing for the Montgomery General Hospital.

Through hard work, persistence, dedication, patience, and a firm commitment to a goal, we have completed a significant milestone of this project.

The whole HBE team knows this could not have been done without your organization‘s team work on the site.”

Kevin Snoke, Vice President, Construction, Hospital Building & Equipment Company

 

“We at Turner Construction Company would like to offer our sincere thanks for a job well done.

Your company’s hard work, “can-do” attitude, and professional management produced a superior result.”

Christian Jarling, VP/General Manager, Turner Construction Company

 

“The hard work, timely attention to details, focus on quality, and other positive qualities have proven yet again that Dominion Mechanical is one of the top subcontractors associated with the HITT Healthcare Division.”

Christopher S. Campbell, Senior Project Manager, HITT Contracting, Inc.