BMI's continuous control of project costs from concept through completion. Continuous value engineering with owner input and real-time cost data.
Single source responsibility for installation, operation of systems and warranty.
Fully coordinated project from design through construction.
BMI's intimate knowledge of systems and components from field experience allows the use of innovation and state-of-the art systems. Also avoids use of products with problematic service histories.
BMI's (MEP) engineering of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, for commercial, health care, hospitality, industrial, and residential buildings with an architecturally sensitive approach uses state-of-the-art programs.
Personal service to the client is our sustaining philosophy. We believe that quality centered in honesty, integrity, and respect will lead to mutual success. Whether BMI is designing facilities for an office tower, or a retail store, our design process revolves around one simple philosophy: exceed client's expectations!
Commercial buildings in the US consume close to 300B kwh annually for space cooling according to the Energy Information Administration, equating to over 25% of the total energy load required by commercial buildings.
Building customized duct replacement systems – BMI has manufactured transitions from standard size to industrial, assembled in the field, and lifted and placed by cranes or helicopters.
Let BMI complete your commercial retrofit on-time with superior quality.
Bentzel Mechanical, Inc. is the State of Florida's Premier licensed commerical, industrial HVAC corporation which excels in engineering, design, mechanical, electrical and plumbing for all major projects requiring new or complete retrofit of air conditioning systems or heating and cooling energy plants, covering Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Manatee, Sarasota counties and the entire State of Florida.
(See our Video) Bentzel Mechanical removed (4) wooden cooling towers with 3000 tons of capacity and replaced with (4) new steel cooling towers with 3600 tons of capacity all while still maintaining building air conditioning. This was done using a Sikorsky S61 Helicopter at One Tampa City Center.