Stacy has worked at Auburn Mechanical since 1976. In that time, she has held many different positions including project manager and estimator. She stays current on industry standards through her involvement in the Mechanical Contractors Association and the Washington State Plumbing Advisory Board. Stacy’s responsibilities at Auburn Mechanical include providing leadership, direction, and support for day-to-day operations. She also oversees our strategic commitment to maintaining the strong infrastructure that’s made Auburn Mechanical a leading full-service mechanical contractor.
The 43-story, high-rise apartment building is growing in the heart of downtown Seattle. The project started in October 2014, with Auburn Mechanical as the plumbing contractor. The project is progressing quickly and is scheduled for completion in 2017.
Reynolds takes VP of HVAC Design and Construction Position at Auburn Mechanical
Jim’s 38 years of design-build mechanical industry experience will supplement Auburn Mechanical’s HVAC capabilities and support their legacy of quality mechanical services in the Northwest. Jim’s focus will be the advancement of Auburn’s dry-side HVAC capabilities to complement Auburn’s current mechanical services; while providing innovative, efficient solutions for client’s mechanical needs.
Auburn Mechanical is excited to announce the title sponsors for the 3rd Annual Charity Golf Classic benefiting the American Heart Association! Ferguson, AO Smith, and Hollabaugh will be helping to support the efforts of Auburn in reaching our goal of $45,000.
The Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk has helped the American Heart Association further their mission of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. The millions of dollars that is gathered for the heart walk helps yield discoveries such as pacemakers, bypass surgery, CPR, artificial heart valves, and blood pressure medication.
Title Sponsors for the 3rd Annual Charity Golf Classic
We thank Ferguson, AO Smith and Hollabaugh for partnering with Auburn for the second consecutive year. We appreciate your support and we are excited to have another successful year at the 3rd Annual Charity Golf Classic!
AUBURN, Wash.—Auburn Mechanical will be installing 10,000 feet of temporary water piping in preparation of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship Golf Tournament.
Auburn will be connecting to 48 portable bathroom trailers and 11 commercial kitchens in anticipation of the crowd. The team will also be installing 23 RPBA stations throughout the Chambers Bay facility that will be removed at completion of the event and shipped to next year’s location.
“The Auburn Team is excited to have the opportunity to take part in building the infrastructure for such a prestigious event. We’re looking forward to working with Chambers Bay and the USGA to deliver a remarkable experience for both fans and participants,” says President Stacy Johnson.
With an expectancy of nearly 250,000 spectators, the USGA is anticipating one of the largest U.S. Open Tournaments to date.
Auburn, WA – In a growing industry where safety hazards are an everyday occurrence, Auburn Mechanical has stayed ahead of expectations and created programs proactively minimizing injuries and risks while on the job.
Auburn Mechanical was once again awarded the MCAWW’s Safety Excellence Award for the fourth consecutive year. “We have a proactive approach to safety and make it a part of the work process, rather than an after-thought,” said Director of Safety, Joe Geist.
With multiple high-rise and high-pedestrian projects, safety is essential. The safety program at Auburn Mechanical consists of the “buddy system,” daily safety inspections at job sites, and weekly staff meetings. Employees are recognized for their hard work and ability to conduct operations without injury and in a timely and productive manner.
The award was open to all Mechanical Contractors in the Western Washington region. Auburn Mechanical had an estimated 281,990 total hours worked in 2014— 832 of which were dedicated to weekly safety training.
Team effort succeeded with Auburn Mechanical being awarded the 5th + Columbia project. Project Manager Joe Holden and Vice President Ryan McMahan oversaw the proposal process and captured the win with Auburn being chosen as the design build plumbing contractor for the 44 story mixed use project. The building will include a 4 star hotel, office space, retail, fitness center, conference center and parking garages.
Project Manager Mike Gingles was awarded the 7th at Gilman project for Auburn. The Middle-rise apartment complex will be a full mechanical project for Auburn Mechanical. The project is a 340 multifamily unit sitting on a 6 acre site. Apartments will be built in three buildings with each building being 5 stories tall.
As the lead project manager for the healthcare industry, Jerome Lamear’s invested time in this market has paid off with being awarded the Overlake Cancer Wellness Center Project. Jerome has partnered with GLY for this 2 year long job that has awarded Auburn Mechanical full plumbing and HVAC. The design/build project will also include engineering from Auburn’s engineering department.
The Overlake Cancer Wellness Center project will include 4 TI phases to move various departments within the Overlake Campus, Including the Medical Office Tower and Overlake Medical Pavilion buildings. The following are the 4 project phases:
Phase 1 Neurology Pulmonary + Internal Medicine Colorectal
Phase 2 Outpatient Imaging and Lab North and West Entrance Revisions Overlake Medical Office Tower – L1 Corridor
Phase 3 Temporary Breast Surgery Medical Oncology Clinic