Air Conditioning & HVAC Systems

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Why Choose MJM Industrial?

Our multi-disciplined team of experienced engineers take the stress out of installing and maintaining air conditioning and HVAC systems. We design, install, commission, and maintain systems 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Our Approach

  • Fully managed projects from start to finish
  • Solution design and specification
  • Energy Demand Management reports
  • Project set up
  • Source and supply of all materials
  • Daily updates from project manager
  • Waste management
  • Supply and sequencing of skilled trades and engineers

Types Of Projects

We install and maintain air conditioning and HVAC systems for clients in the following environments:

  • Airports
  • Commercial offices
  • Retail
  • Food
  • Leisure facilities
  • Manufacturing
  • Print

We partner with our clients offering 24/7 support 365 days a year. We work to the highest standards of quality and compliance, and can operate for you as either the principal or subcontractor to provide specialist engineering support.

What Makes Us Different

Our combination of design and engineering skills, product and people sourcing, project governance, and commitment to the highest standards of safety, enable us to deliver projects on time and on budget.

Project Examples

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Pipework & Office Refurbishment

MJM Industrial worked in collaboration with the lead contractor to replace leaking pipe work in the ceiling cavity above the Air New Zealand office.

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Airport Baggage Recovery Facility

MJM Industrial renovated the Baggage Recovery Facility in this airport terminal by installing heating, lighting and ventilation.

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Office Fit Out For Agency

Fit out of a 430 square metre office in Welwyn Garden City for a marketing agency, from specification to delivery, and managing all aspects of the build.

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Airline Office Pipework Replacement

The chilled water pipework in the ceiling needed replacing due to widespread water damage to ceilings and walls.

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