Missouri Bank

Missouri Bank and Trust - Crossroads

Environmental Mechanical successfully  completed work on this project in 2008, which was awarded LEED certification and also won an AGC 2010 Building Excellence Award as Winner, Green Project of the Year.   

The HVAC system is functional with every green element of the new 7,500  square foot building, which as once a masonry mechanics garage.  The RTUs share space with flowers and greenery on the roof top garden that adds   attraction for neighbors in surrounding buildings.  


Missouri Bank and Trust - Brookside

This project, successfully completed in 2010, involved a major remodel of the 1-story, historic former Star Motors building at 7 West 62nd Terrace in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri.

Environmental Mechanical's scope of work included RTU installation and duct work. The renovation kept the majority of the building intact, but added more windows and created new retail space, with the bank occuping 5000 square feet.  One of the most noted elements of the remodel was that the banks drive-through literally goes through the middle of the bank.  

When completed, the building was transformed into a community-oriented, LEED certified, environmentally friendly business space.  

The Southtown Council selected the newly transformed building as one of the 2010 Annual Southtown Beautification Award recipients.  

Both projects were designed by Helix Architecture and were completed for Haren Laughlin Construction.

 

Missouri Bank and Trust, Prairie Village

In 2010, Environmental Mechanical was contacted directly by MoBank Prairie Village to help resolve an area of the facility that was too hot. Environmental Mechanical offered a turn-key solution, installing a mini-split in a small IT room off of the teller area, and also selecting and coordinating electrical and  roofing subcontractors.   One of the main challenges on the project was installing the equipment in an existing building, in a high traffic area.  

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