Here’s how MEC² is making news.

Our innovative, effective designs and systems are frequently in the news. Below are some of the latest examples.

Principal Rich Beattie, Named to smartCEO Magazine’s Smart100

Not only has MEC² been recognized by smartCEO magazine as one of 2010’s Future 50 fastest growing companies in the Greater Baltimore area based on employee and revenue growth, but has also had Principal Rich Beattie named to smartCEO magazine’s smart100 program which recognizes CEOs in the Greater Baltimore area for their leadership, strategic vision, and character. Click HERE to read the article.


Mechanical Engineering and Construction Corporation Visits Woodstock

SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 – Members of Mechanical Engineering & Construction Corporation visited the Welding program at Woodstock earlier this week in search of employees for its Northern Virginia office. The team provided an overview of projects and benefits available through the company to 18 student-employees from the Welding program…more


Washington D.C.-Based Firm to Represent Mechanical Engineering and Construction Corporation

For Michelle Wittig, Vice President of MEC², hiring The Sutter Group was a critical part of the company’s marketing and sales strategy. MEC² is an established…more


Design/Build HVAC Contractor’s IAQ Looks As Good As It Works at Trendy Concert Hall (Rams Head).

Treacherous HVAC ductwork installation made safer with specification of lightweight, quick-installing fabric ductwork. While fabric duct is typically used to provide better air distribution than metal ductwork or complement the design of a structure, engineer, Fred Kawa specified fabric duct for installation safety reasons at Baltimore's newest dining/music entertainment venue, Rams Head Live…more

    


Building Temperature Specialists Feel Warming Trends

Mechanical Engineering & Construction Corp. is working to revamp the HVAC systems of Hunt Valley One, a five-story, 260,000-square-foot office. The company uses a method that allows the system to be replaced without having to shut the building down or impact business. Above, Mechanical Engineering’s Tom Beard stands near a boiler at Hunt Valley One…more


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