Getting ready for the 2002 Winter Olympics, The Marriott’s Mountain Side Resort at Park City Utah had taken on a high profile prominence.
The Corcoran Gallery of Art / Corcoran College of Art and Design, is the largest privately supported art institution in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1867 “for the purpose of encouraging American Genius,” the Corcoran houses a prestigious art school and an extensive collection of 18th, 19th, and 20th century American art. The permanent collection represents some of the most significant American artists such as Andy Warhol as well as works by Monet, Picasso and Rembrandt.
The Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington DC is a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Care Center. Its primary objective is to provide the most advanced treatments available, and ultimately find a cure for this devastating disease.
The Desert Regional Medical Center located at 1150 North Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs is a 388 bed, full-service, acute care facility. The main facility was built in 1951 and has undergone extensive modernization.
ADESA, Inc. is a provider of wholesale vehicle auctions and related vehicle redistribution services for the automotive industry across North America. Their New Jersey site sits on 163 acres and typically stores 10,000 to 15,000 cars on its property on any given day. When the New Jersey property began experiencing piping issues, they were referred to ACE Envirotech by their trusted plumber, Ken Alexander of Alexander Plumbing.
The Problem: Early in the life of this world class facility, the property engineers found evidence of water leak in the copper pipe supply lines servicing the building. In July 2000, an engineering report was commissioned which helped in part to identify the extent of the pinhole leak damage to the piping system. The recommendation was to replace the building’s entire copper piping system (performance of a copper repipes).
The Problem: The Juneau Centennial Hall is the largest convention center in Juneau, the state capital of Alaska. Originally constructed in 1982 this relatively new facility was experiencing signs of deterioration of its copper piping system. Conventional repairs had been carried to the piping system but the thought and expense of repiping the entire facility was not a favorable option facing the management of the convention center.