An outdated central chiller and boiler plant had become worn out and required replacement.
This prestige project involved dozens of high-end specialty California contractors renovating an 11,000 square foot private residence for a showcase demonstration for 40,000 viewers.
This large bioengineering plant required enormous amounts of ventilation, but the incoming air needed to be sterilized to prevent exposing poultry to Newcastle virus and avian/bird flu.
Installation of 160 tons of rooftop package cooling equipment for 100,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse.
When Los Angeles Leadership Academy chose to purchase and rehabilitate a 30,000 square foot, somewhat-neglected building complex for its new charter school location, it turned to Air-Tro to bring the building’s heating and air conditioning systems up to the 21st century.
The University of Southern California wanted outstanding performance and top energy efficiencies for the to-be-renovated Regency Residency Hall, so Air-Tro Inc installed a complete Mitsubishi Electric City MULTI® Variable Refrigerant Flow system, including 12 air handlers and matched Mitsubishi condensers.
When it was decided that productivity for this manufacturing plant would be improved by controlling the interior climate, Air-Tro was hired for its design-build skills.
Complete renovation of existing university research labs to improve safety and reduce energy use. Removed all air handlers, exhaust blower motors and interior ductwork, to replace with new equipment and ducts.
The oldest building in the Los Angeles Area, the San Gabriel Mission has been in continuous use since 1776.
Providing climate control to a 10,000 square foot art gallery presented unique engineering and aesthetic challenges.
Complete refurbishment of 60,000 sq. ft. building and conversion to private school.