Based in New York City, P.J. Mechanical Corp. leads the industry in maintenance, construction, and installation of HVAC systems. Over the past 40 years, P.J. Mechanical Corp. has completed large-scale projects for numerous New York City landmarks. For example, P.J. Mechanical Corp. finished a multimillion-dollar project for Citi Field, installing the new baseball stadium’s bodywork and utilities. P.J. Mechanical Corp. also undertook installation of a $20 million under-floor air distribution system for The New York Times, a $10 million interior redesign for The Plaza Hotel, $7 million renovations for Yankee Stadium, and an underground restaurant for the Lincoln Center. Other prominent companies served by P.J. Mechanical Corp. include Hess Corporation, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Sage Realty Corporation, Moody’s Corporation, and Proskauer Rose LLP. The diverse facilities served by P.J. Mechanical Corp. range from telecommunication centers, industrial compounds, and fuel oil systems to hospitals, restaurants, and executive offices. 

While the company remains committed to providing high-quality heating, ventilation, and air conditioning services, P.J. Mechanical Corp. also focuses on achieving energy-efficient and environmentally friendly results. P.J. Mechanical Corp. has diligently following LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified guidelines for several of its major HVAC projects. Most recently, P.J. Mechanical Corp. utilized the most technologically advanced green building techniques available in a project for the new Gotham Center tower located in Long Island City. Once completed, the tower will receive LEED Silver Certification.