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Andy Johnson, Tim Lovejoy, Annie Diehl, and Addison Weis, of the MMC Contractors Kansas City office, recently received recognition by a confidential client for their hard work, dedication, and commitment to quality work. The group received the Partner in Quality award for displaying the client’s values – Results Matter, Create Solutions, and Speak Up – numerous times throughout the project....

As building code requirements evolve, the construction industry works to stay ahead and establish new, innovative solutions

The quote “There is nothing permanent except change” is true for many things and the construction industry is no exception. The goal is to anticipate where possible and adjust when necessary. With recent mechanical and energy code changes over the...

Laying the groundwork with a focus on planning, communication, and building relationships

There are special circumstances surrounding every project and part of being a good partner is adjusting and putting the right team in place to achieve the best results. Having a solid plan and team in place is even more essential when working on a big project within an occupied...

As mechanical contractors, we bring the buildings in which we work to life. The systems we weave in and out of the entire structure are responsible for carrying vitally-important air and water — essentials for everyday living systems. 

Throughout this issue of Living Systems — a magazine created for valued clients and partners of MMC Contractors — we hope to provide you some essentials...

In honor of National Safety Month, we are showcasing our safety initiatives on our company blog. Today’s post comes from Robert Atkinson, Safety Manager at our MMC Contractors – Kansas City office.

The safety culture of our company is one that continues to grow and evolve. Our people are flexible and ready to adapt to changes in OSHA regulations, client and contractor...

You’re neck and neck with your competitor. Each of you are describing your company in detail — how your employees are the best and the brightest and your work is second-to-none. You finish your spiel and sit back and wait for a response knowing that you’ve put your best foot forward. Are you vying for a new project? No, you’re at a college career fair trying to attract the best interns. 

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Cogeneration (Cogen) plants, otherwise known as Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems, have not only become crucial to hospitals that need to continue operations even during natural disasters, but they have proven to also reduce the carbon footprint of the building and operating costs. A win-win for all involved.

Brad Bathgate, a Professional Engineer at PWI Engineering, states that...

 

When you put so much time, effort, and money into your facility, it makes sense to want to ensure that it continues to operate to optimum efficiency. Commissioning gives you peace of mind that from day one occupancy, your building is off to the right start. Adding a service agreement into the mix means you don’t have to worry about your building’s mechanicals degrading. And even if...

As mechanical contractors, we bring the buildings in which we work to life. The systems we weave in and out of the entire structure are responsible for carrying vitally-important air and water — essentials for everyday living systems. 

Throughout this issue of Living Systems — a magazine created for valued clients and partners of MMC Contractors — we hope to provide you some essentials...

DID YOU KNOW...

10% of fatal crashes and 15% of injury crashes in 2015 were distraction-affected.1 Distracted driving crashes are under-reported and the NSC estimates that cell phone use alone accounted for 27% of 2015 car crashes. 2 In 2015, there were 3,477 people killed and an estimated additional 391,000 injured in crashes involving distracted drivers.1 People are as impaired when they...

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