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Engineered Systems exists to inspire and inform all HVACAR engineering professionals who collaborate and develop new products. We hope you enjoy this preview of a Case Study from our February issue. On behalf of our team, thank you for reading!

Mike Murphy, Publisher, Engineered Systems

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In 2015, Pechanga held an official groundbreaking to add 568 rooms as well as expand its dining, spa, recreation, and meeting facilities. Shortly after the first phase of construction, the project’s Los Angeles-based general contractor (GC), Tutor Perini Corp., was inclined to make a change to the original mechanical system design.

Tutor Perini subsequently encouraged El Cajon, California-based University Mechanical & Engineering Contractors, the project’s mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) firm, to connect with Air Treatment Corp. (ATC) and examine an alternative option from The Whalen Co.

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