Industrial Mechanical Contractor Portland

What is a Mechanical Contractor?

Consider any commercial building you have visited. Commercial buildings are able to function properly because of the various systems that run in the background. These include HVAC systems, plumbing systems, refrigeration systems and more. There are many more systems in manufacturing plants including fluid transfer systems. Mechanical contractors are responsible for these systems. S2 Industrial is a mechanical contractor Portland building contractors and manufacturers have trusted for decades to provide high quality and highly efficient mechanical systems. We take pride in being able to meet our clients’ needs and design and install systems that meet those specific needs and requirements. We have gained a reputation for delivering quality craftsmanship. Contact us to discuss any project you have in mind.

Is a Mechanical Contractor the Same as a HVAC?

We at S2 Industrial are an industrial mechanical contractor Portland trusts to execute mechanical projects safely and efficiently. Unlike HVAC contractors, we do not specialize in the design and installation of HVAC systems. We not only have the skills, experience and capabilities to install HVAC systems but also various other mechanical systems including plumbing, electrical piping, process piping and much more. We have experience serving clients in various industries including plywood mills, log mills, pulp and paper plants, hospitals, educational institutions, breweries, manufacturers and many more.

We also provide the Following Services:

Process piping

We are an industrial mechanical contractor Portland manufacturers trust for the design, installation and maintenance of process piping. We have experience working with a wide range of materials to meet the specifications of different plants. We’ve had the privilege of working on a wide range of projects including pneumatic systems, specialty glasses, sanitary piping, closed and open loop water systems and process fluid and gas systems.

Shop pipe fabrication

S2 Industrial is the mechanical contractor Portland turns to when in need of prefabricated piping. We design and fabricate piping to meet the needs and requirements of our customers. Our services include fabrication of piping for commercial HVAC systems, sanitary systems, structural supports and skid piping.

HVAC systems

We are experts in the design, installation and maintenance of HVAC systems in commercial facilities. Our HVAC services include heating and chilled water piping, installation of boilers and chillers, hydronic equipment installation and steam and condensate piping.

Equipment setting/rigging

We also provide services for the construction of rigging and setting of equipment. Our rigging services include air installation of boilers, power generation equipment, process equipment, pulp and paper machinery and air handling equipment.

Why S2 Industrial is the best choice

  • 100% satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Reliability
  • Environmentally friendly

About Portland

Portland is one of the best-known cities in the entire country. So many people are aware of it that the city has become something of a pop-culture legend. Why has this town skyrocketed to this level of success? The answer is job opportunities.

Back in the early 1990s, a colossal technology surge hit the nation. Companies were competing to come out with the best gadgets, and many tech giants began to open their doors. Many of them, such as Intel, made their way to Portland. Fast forward to today, and you can’t drive through the downtown area without seeing logos for the top computer corporations on all the skyscrapers in the city.

However, Portland wasn’t always this popular. Back in the early days, it took settles a while to build a life here. While other parts of the country were already blossoming, the town didn’t get officially founded until 1845. Six years later, in 1851, it became an incorporated city.

Now, Portland has more residents than any other city in Oregon. Well over 660,000 people live here. And people continue to move from across the country and globe to be part of this diverse culture. You’ll find a younger crowd here. Most of the residents fall between the ages of 24-35, and over half have higher education degrees. Due to demographics, the city leans to the left, which many residents identify as progressive on the political scale.

While you may assume that everyone in Portland is wealthy, that’s not the case. The median household income falls at about $61,000 a year. That usually wouldn’t be an issue, but the housing market in the area is out of control. To buy a single-family home, you’ll end up spending at least $427,000—and that will only get you a smaller sized property. Because of this, many people end up renting instead.