Energy Savings Strategies for Your Data Center – Part 1: Building a Winning Team through Good Coaching

Matt RothwellData CentersLeave a Comment

If you are like me, you’ve been counting down the days until football season kicks off. Right now, the optimism for the season’s success is at an all-time high. As the season continues, you will begin to gather information on the coaches, free agents and draft picks. This information will enable you to evaluate the probability of a successful season. … Read More

Why Does LEAN Matter in Construction?

Dan CottonLEANLeave a Comment

Have you heard about LEAN manufacturing or LEAN construction? Do you know what this means and why it matters? Here, we take a look at what LEAN is and why we make incorporating LEAN into every area at McKenney’s a top priority.

Retrocommissioning at Healthcare Facilities

Andrea LaMontHealthcare, MechanicalLeave a Comment

Healthcare faculity - Hospital ICU

Mechanical systems are the real workhorses in large facilities.  They are in constant use and must be regularly maintained to prevent breakdowns.  Systems must operate at peak performance to provide healthy and safe environments for building occupants.  This is critical in healthcare environments and can be a challenge for facilities managers. Purpose of Mechanical Systems Properly functioning mechanical systems, particularly … Read More

Educational Campuses – Identifying System Inefficiencies and Promoting Sustainability

Andrea LaMontEducationLeave a Comment

Large educational campuses are huge users of energy.  Unfortunately, aging buildings and outdated mechanical infrastructure are a drain on resources.  The inefficient operation of these mechanical systems leads to increasing costs and makes it difficult to achieve sustainability goals of reducing consumption and lowering costs.  Multiply these inefficient systems over a large campus, and there is much opportunity to become … Read More

Award-winning BIM and mechanical systems project at VERO Biotech

Andrea LaMontBIM & Construction Technology, Mechanical, Project HighlightsLeave a Comment

Vero Biotech

AGC Awards McKenney’s 1st Place in Specialty Contractor Category. McKenney’s has won another major award from the Associated of General Contractors of Georgia (AGC Georgia). The company has been recognized as a 2022 first place winner in the Specialty Contractor category of the AGC Build Georgia Award, an annual competition to highlight member firms and projects that demonstrate excellence in … Read More

Award-winning mechanical and plumbing project at Emory Musculoskeletal Institute in Atlanta

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Emory Musculoskeletal

McKenney’s Wins Specialty Contractor Category of 2022 AGC Build Georgia Award. McKenney’s recently submitted a project for consideration in the Special Contractor category for the 2022 AGC Build Georgia Award. The AGC (Association of General Contractors) of Georgia holds an annual competition to highlight member firms and projects demonstrating excellence in construction. The projects must be located in Georgia and … Read More

3 Ways COVID has Changed Healthcare Forever

Chris ShirahHealthcareLeave a Comment

As we move into month 27 of the COVID-19 pandemic, we see traffic on the roads increasing, people returning to the office, and overall life returning back to normal (at least somewhat). The last 2 years have been marked by significant changes to many industries around the world. In Healthcare projects in our construction industry, this is very much the … Read More

McKenney’s is Awarded the AGC Build Georgia Award in the Specialty Contractor Category

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McKenney’s recognized with 1st Place Honors in the Specialty Contractor category at the Annual AGC Build Georgia Awards. PRESS RELEASE McKenney’s, a leading mechanical service provider, has earned 1st Place Honors in the 2022 AGC Build Georgia Awards. The Association of General Contractors (AGC) of Georgia announced award winners at their annual convention held June 9 – 12 in Miramar … Read More