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ATLANTA, GA

4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC

659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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phone: 601.957.7782

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LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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3000 Earhart Court

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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RALEIGH, NC

659 N Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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Industrial

BMW Assembly Plant

BMW Assembly Plant

Greer, South Carolina

Owner: BMW – Greer, SC
General Contractor: Flour Daniel, Inc.
Contract Amount: $6,300,000

This plant is a 1.1 million square-foot manufacturing facility. Ivey furnished and installed the utilities piping for the plant which included the following services: compressed air, natural gas, domestic water, chiller water, high temperature heating water, industrial waste water, oxygen, acentylene, acetylene with flux, welder water, deionized water, all exhaust, HVAC, and installation of custom air handling units.

Bridgestone Tire, USA

Bridgestone Tire, USA

LaVergne, Tennessee / Morrison, Tennessee

Owner: Bridgestone Tire, USA
General Contractor: Bridgestone/ Firestone

Project of the year Award of Excellence in Construction
Middle Tennessee ABC

Starting in 1987, Ivey has installed HVAC & piping for expansion projects at Bridgestone to increase the plant by 500,000 square feet. The scope of work included over 17 different contracts for the total expansion. Contracts included the HVAC for the curing area, piping extrusion, piping curing, PSR tubing, TBR line, CV hook-up, HVAC and plumbing/PSR office, computer room system and HVAC and piping/banbury expansion.

Efacec Manufacturing Facility

Efacec Manufacturing Facility

Rincon, Georgia

Owner: Efacec Transformers, Inc.
General Contractor: BE&K Building Group
Contract Amount: $10,202,425

Ivey Mechanical Company provided HVAC and plumbing systems for the new power transformer manufacturing facility. The systems installed included domestic water, chilled water, transformer oil, vacuum and compressed air. More than 5 miles of piping was installed within the structure which reached heights in excess of 85 feet above the floor.

GulfStream Assembly Facility

GulfStream Assembly Facility

Savannah, Georgia

Owner: Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.
General Contractor: BE&K Building Group
Contract Amount: $7,540,108

Award of Merit
Georgia ABC

Ivey Mechanical Company provided HVAC and plumbing systems for the new aircraft assembly facility. The systems installed include domestic water, chilled water, hot water, and compressed air. Nearly 6 miles of piping and more than 216,000 pounds of sheet metal were installed within the structure which included utility trenches under the floor.

Koch Foods

Koch Foods

Morton, Mississippi

Owner: Koch Foods
General Contractor: Prime Contract
Contract Amount: $3,800,000

Honorable Mention – Mississippi ABC

Koch Foods is a supplier of fresh and frozen poultry products for food service and retail operators. This new 154,000 square foot processing facility will produce and ship an estimated 64,000 pounds of product per day while improving economical and logistical requirements for the region. The mechanical contract on this project included the installation of the materials and equipment for the plumbing, HVAC, and process piping required for the process systems in this state-of-the-art facility. The majority of the process piping was installed 28 feet above the floor. Ivey installed 4,000 linear feet of undergroudn sanitary sewer piping that connects the maze of trench drain systems in the process area in just four weeks.

Lundy Packing

Lundy Packing

Clinton, North Carolina

Owner: Lundy Packing Company
General Contractor: Stellar, Inc.
Contract Amount: $1,600,000

This project included providing a new cut room facility that would increase daily output from 6,000 to 12,000 hogs per day and provide new capacity for demand growth. Large ductwork measuring 10’ x 7’ was installed on roof mounted equipment. All duct was hoisted onto preset stands and tied to the equipment in a matter of two days. Ivey expended over 27,000 man-hours with no recordable accidents despite working at hazardous heights with mostly new employees.

Nissan Phase I and Phase II

Nissan Phase I and Phase II

Madison, Mississippi

Owner: Nissan Corporation
General Contractor: W.G. Yates & Son
Contract Amount: $44,000,000

Ivey completed the mechanical designs and installed the HVAC systems, plumbing, ventilation, process piping, and controls in the new 2.6 million square foot auto manufacturing plant. The facility is situated on 1,400 acres and is a series of small plants linked together. The mechanical contract on this $960 million project was more than $46 million. Ivey set 174 exhaust fans; placed 76 air-handling units weighing 22,000 pounds each; installed 170,000 (32 miles) of pipe and fittings; and installed 1,830,000 pounds of sheet metal; and round, oval, and rectangular duct. Other equipment installed were 28 intake hoods, 10 split systems, 10 Liebert unit systems, 18 pumps, 3 heat exchangers, 3 cooling towers, 3 duct collectors, and 4 Carmon exhaust systems.

North Mississippi Fish Hatchery

North Mississippi Fish Hatchery

Enid, Mississippi

Owner: Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
General Contractor: Neel Schaffer
Contract Amount: $1,673,516

Mechanical Award of Merit
South Central Contruction Magazine

Merit Award – Mississippi ABC

Excellence in Construction Award – National ABC

This facility is located in Yalobusha County, Mississippi on 58 acres with twelve 1-acre ponds, a 3-acre water supply settling pond, and a 1.3-acre fishing and viewing pond. The facility also has three building structures which house a 5,600 square foot visitors’ center; a 9,500 square foot hatchery building; and a 3,000 square foot maintenance building. The mechanical contract on the project included installing the plumbing and HVAC for the facility.

Raytheon New Facility Addition

Raytheon New Facility Addition

Forest, Mississippi

Owner: Raytheon Systems Company
General Contractor: Evan Johnson & Sons Construction
Contract Amount: $2,050,000

Award of Merit – Mississippi ABC

Raytheon Company is a technology leader specializing in defense, homeland security, and other government markets throughout the world. The Raytheon Consolidated Manufacturing Center in Forest, MS manufactures radar and other sensor systems for a variety of military programs. This project involved a 90,000 square foot expansion of this facility. Ninety-five percent of the mechancial work on this project was performed in less than six months. The majority of the materials were installed 30 feet above the floor. We demolished and re-piped the existing HVAC central plant with no disruption of the existing operations of the facility.

Sigma Meats

Sigma Meats

Seminole, Oklahoma

Owner: Sigma Meats
General Contractor: The Stellar Group
Contract Amount: $5,000,000

Ivey completed construction of this 130,000 square foot meat processing plant in April 2008. Ivey provided all mechanical and plumbing construction. The Oklahoma plant produces Mexican-style hams, cold cuts and hot dogs. To prevent cross-contamination, the facility features separate raw (located downstairs) and ready-to-eat areas (located upstairs), as well as separate entrances and welfare areas. The plant includes administrative offices with training rooms, a raw material receiving dock, finished docks, a U.S.D.A. inspection office, a separate utility mezzanine and features an Armor Inox Thermix system, a fully automated, advanced water cook, cool and chill system for hams.The plant also includes maintenance, packing, dry storage and refrigerated make-up areas. The facility’s walls and ceiling are constructed of pre-cast insulated metal panels, and the floor consists of concrete and epoxy toppings.

Tower Automotive

Tower Automotive

Meridian, Mississippi

Owner: Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors
General Contractor: O’Neal Constructors
Contract Amount: $1,325,000

Honorable Mention – Mississippi ABC

Tower Automotive Company manufactures chassis for the automotive industry. The ten-week schedule for the project involved installing plumbing for the new office and plant which included saw cutting 800 linear feet of concrete floors and re-pouring them; installing one 30-ton air conditioning unit and 24,000 pounds of ductwork for offices and restrooms, three computer room units, and nineteen exhaust fans; installing more than 10,000 linear feet of chilled water, natural gas, compressed air, and water piping; and installing four owner furnished air-cooled chillers (two 400-ton, one 380-ton, and one 350-ton), four pumps, eight air-turnover units, and two 400 hp air compressors, dryers, filters, and storage tanks. Iv self-performed 83% of the work and subcontracted 17%.

Tyson Foods (Choctaw Maid Farms)

Tyson Foods (Choctaw Maid Farms)

Carthage, Mississippi

Owner: Choctaw Maid Farms
General Contractor: Universal Construction
Contract Amount: $7,401,183

This project was a combination of several contracts to expand and renovate an existing poultry processing facility from 59,800 to 314,800 square feet. This renovation created Mississippi’s largest poultry processing facility (and one of the world’s largest) then becoming the Corporate Headquarters. The new plant processes 364 birds per minute. Mechanical features include 6,250 tons of refrigeration and 2,900 gallons of water well capacity per minute with 150,000 gallons of storage. One of the greatest challenges was meeting the one-day down time allowed for converting from the existing to the new processing plant.

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Canton, Mississippi

Owner: Nissan Corporation
General Contractor: Malouf Construction
Contract Amount: $596,200

The facility was constructed to treat the industrial waste produced from the manufacturing of automobiles at the new Nissan plant in Canton. The project was funded by the State of Mississippi, and, upon completion, ownership and operation of the plant was transferred to Nissan. Ivey Mechanical was responsible for two contracts. The first contract involved the installation of the plumbing and HVAC for the building which houses the plant. The second contract included the fabrication and installation of the pipe systems for the plant and the hook-up of the tanks, pumps, and other equipment supplied by the State of Mississippi. Ivey completed both contracts on this project with no accidents.