Commercial / Industrial Market

THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE DETAILS

Besides the people who breathe life into an organization, your company’s physical plant is likely the most critical investment for your company, regardless if it serves commercial or industrial markets.

Without a functional facility that is designed and built for optimal efficiency, your company will not flourish. At Kinetics we put our broad experience with commercial and industrial facilities across many geographical regions to work for you.

While similar, there are some distinct differences between construction for the commercial and industrial markets. Both require careful coordination and management from start to finish. But differences in design and infrastructure call for different skill sets for projects to be completed on time and according to budget.

With commercial facilities, in addition to favorable interior and exterior aesthetics, maximizing space and providing a smooth traffic flow is key. For industrial facilities, the focus is on functionality, logistics, and meeting safety standards.

The infrastructure for electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and HVAC systems also differ significantly between commercial and industrial facilities. For commercial, centralized systems must be designed to work independently to serve the needs of multiple tenants. In and industrial facility, heavy equipment system loads and the specialized conditions and requirements of different industries must be accommodated.

Our combination of design experience, piping installation, and sheet metal fabrication expertise, and effective field installation capabilities makes Kinetics a leader in HVAC, piping, controls, and mechanical systems, for a wide variety of facilities, including:

  • Multi-use buildings
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Central utility plants
  • Power generation facilities
  • Aerospace
  • Multi-family housing

Our services include:

  • Turnkey facility design and construction
  • Advanced cleanroom and bio-containment technology
  • Installation of process gas, chemical, and pure water systems
  • Mechanical systems for all laboratory media
  • HVAC systems
  • Medium and low-voltage electrical & control systems
  • Wastewater treatment systems