Commercial Construction Capabilities

HVAC Systems

One of the most essential design choices in a commercial building is HVAC configuration. HVAC systems are in charge of keeping temperatures comfortable, humidity consistent, and indoor air quality high. 

The engineering, design, and application of equipment and systems that produce and maintain these conditions are an important part of the total package of our design services.

Our design and application specialists have a total of over 120 years of experience in the HVAC industry, specializing in applications with challenging requirements. We have many years of experience serving a wide variety of companies in the New England area. Since 1950, Denron Hall has had a registered Professional Engineer on staff, providing engineering oversight of critical projects. As the need for mechanical drawings carrying an Engineer’s stamp becomes increasingly commonplace, we can fulfill this requirement with in-house personnel.

You can count on our licensed engineers for commercial HVAC construction that meets your facilities’ requirements; systems designed for easy, energy-efficient, and cost-effective maintenance.  Denron Hall can help you achieve the greatest value when you include us in the construction process.

  • HVAC Design-Build

    We have the ability to design, engineer, create, install and service your commercial HVAC systems in all building classifications.

  • Renovations & Upgrades

    Denron Hall is prepared to help you make the best possible decisions regarding your existing HVAC equipment.

  • Temperature & Humidity Applications

    Quality control is an important part of the production process in today’s high technology environment and usually requires precise temperature and humidity conditions.

  • Ventilation & Dehumidification Systems

    General ventilation controls heat, odors, and hazardous chemical contaminants that could affect health and safety of workers and residents.

  • Energy Recovery Systems

    Energy that is contained in exhaust air, flue gasses, or heat rejection systems can often be recovered economically by the use of mechanical heat transfer equipment.