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You’ll find Schebler innovation in many of the Quad Cities’ largest commercial spaces, including Hon Industries, iWireless Center, Trinity Health, Bettendorf School District, Pershing Lofts and many more. Take a closer look at some of our recent projects.
This new retail space is located at the Bettendorf Bett Plex at the corner of Forest Grove and Middle Roads. The stainless-steel kitchen has a hood with a heated and cooled make-up air system. The HVAC in the kitchen is conditioned with a 5-ton packaged rooftop unit. The dining area has painted exposed spiral duct and conditioned by a 7.5 ton packaged rooftop unit. The whole retail space has multiple showpieces of stainless wall panels, treadplate wall panels, treadplate cabinets, stainless coping, corners and door jambs. All three Schebler divisions were involved with the project.; The team finished the job earlier than the scheduled deadline.
This modern educational institution combined energy efficiency with modern technology to create an environment that was not only pleasing to the eye, but also to the budget. Schebler incorporated several of their signature crafts including SMACNA ductwork, kitchen exhaust, stainless work and special heavy gauge covers to provide the community with this state of the art facility.
Schebler provided “Out of the Box” thinking when faced with the unique challenges that this project faced. One of them was to lift 8,500 pieces of large energy recovery equipment through the roof and into tight spaces after structural members were removed.
A 245 bed facility consisting of 5 interconnected buildings covering 126,700 total square feeet. The facility has 12 high efficiency package roof top units totaling 275 tons of cooling and 5.9 million BTUH of heating supplying the ventilation with 161 comfort zones.
Schebler demonstrated its “team” approach to construction by partnering on this design build project. This VAV system was designed and installed by Schebler Companies experts to suit the tenant’s needs for zone control and comfort.
Schebler utilized its B.I.M. (Building Information Modeling) software to provide a completely coordinated project. This process identified and eliminated the majority of conflicts between all trades.
A 52,415 square foot design / build corporate office building located south of the movie theaters in Davenport along interstate 74. The facility utilizes 6 high efficiency variable air volume packaged roof-top heating and cooling units totaling 140 tons of cooling and 2 million BTUH of heating capacity with 41 comfort zones.
A 45,120 square foot design / build corporate office building located along Kimberly Road in Davenport. The project re-purposed existing heating and cooling units and added 4 new packaged rooftop units serving the office area.
QCR opted for an existing building located on North Brady to call the home of their new office space. Schebler teamed with Northwest Mechanical and Russell Construction to provide a modern office space while providing a building that is energy efficient and cost effective. An existing two-story building which originally had four gas-fired rooftop units was fully gutted with an all new mechanical system installed. The building was fit out with a variable refrigerant system (VRF) with a roof mounted energy recovery unit and ductwork to provide code required ventilation to the space. The VRF system is energy efficient while also providing great controllability for a building made up of open cubicle spaces as well as offices and conference rooms. VRF ceiling cassettes were installed in many areas to reduce costs, while other spaces incorporate a more exposed look.
This building is a 7,500 sq. ft. facility consisting of 2,040 sq. ft. of office and sleeping quarters along with 5,460 sq. ft. of vehicle storage. This office area utilizes 2-3 ton self-contained geothermal system with 8 wells, while the vehicle area has a radiant heating system. A carbon monoxide detection system is connected to intake and exhaust fans to keep the building safe for its occupants. The project was completed on time and under budget.
This building is 770,000 sq. ft. manufacturing and storage facility. The project consisted of installing 64 economizing exhaust fans with digital control panels. Helicopters were used to set in place, the fans and hoods onto the roof.
New roof top unit installed at the animal shelter in a few hours to resolve a no heat situation.
A 54,830 square foot loft apartment building located in downtown Davenport. This design / build remodel project consisted of 37 market-rate apartments utilizing high efficiency fan coils and condensing units for each unit. Exposed galvanized ductwork was run throughout the building.
This design / build project included a 45 foot custom stainless steel industrial kitchen hood along with a custom stainless steel dishwasher hood. In addition to the hoods, the fully integrated project incorporated Schebler Chimney Systems FyreGuard grease duct and custom fabricated make-up air ductwork. After fabricating the components they were expertly installed in the facility by Schebler craftsmen.
A 3,700 square foot building located along the Mississippi River in Davenport. This design / build remodel project utilizes 2 high-efficiency package rooftop heating and cooling units totaling 14.5 tons of cooling and 345K BTUH of heating capacity.
A 12,545 square foot corporate office building of Big Dog Construction and River Valley Homes located in downtown Davenport. This design / build remodel project consisted of residential-style split-systems with exposed spiral ductwork.
Imperial Vending purchased the former 7G Distribution location on Northwest Boulevard and is renovating the building to meet their growing needs. Bush Construction selected Schebler as a design build partner for their HVAC needs. On this project, Schebler provided preconstruction services as well as the installation of the HVAC system.
While the project renovated much of the building, Schebler’s scope included renovating roughly 14,000 square, which included new office space, heated and ventilated warehouse, and a commercial kitchen which included a 20 foot commercial Type 1 grease hood and make-up air unit. The office and kitchen is heated and cooled with a 7.5 ton gas-fired Dx rooftop unit with hot gas reheat for humidity control. Schebler incorporated our grease duct system to reduce cost and speed up installation.