Safety Award Of Excellence 2nd Place 2014

LMC was honored with an Safety Award Of Excellence 2nd Place 2014. This recognition of our commitment to safety is a significant accomplishment for our company.

LMC has been named a finalist for AGC-CA

Update as of September 19, 2014: LMC went in for interviews on September 11th and we’ve been notified that we are 1 of the 3 top finalist for AGC-CA in the Specialty Division: Under 500,000 Worker Hours!!! Congratulations!  LMC will be attending the AGC award luncheon on October 23rd to find out the final award results.  We look forward to reporting back on how we did!!

Lyles Mechanical Co. (LMC) has been recognized by all three of its management associations for an exemplary safety program.  Most notably, LMC was the recipient of the first place award by the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) in the 100,000 to 250,000 worker hour category.  John Sloan accepted this award on behalf of everyone at LMC on March 12, 2014 in Scottsdale, Arizona at the MCAA National Convention.  Similarly, Joshua Wilkinson accepted the AGC of California award on Nov. 1, 2013 at the Safety Excellence Awards Luncheon in Rancho Mirage, CA.  LMC was awarded first place in the Specialty Division, under 500,000 worker hours.  Upon receiving the award, Joshua proclaimed that “protecting the health and safety of every employee at Lyles Mechanical Co. is paramount of our core values and the receipt of this award affirms the progress we are making in this regard.  Our employees are our most valuable asset and we are committed to identifying and developing philosophies, practices and tools that contribute to a zero accident safety culture.”  Finally, CAL SMACNA announced on April 26, 2014 that LMC had earned recognition for an outstanding safety record.  Every owner and general contractor that LMC works with receives value from the culture of safety that LMC brings to each project.  This manifests itself in several ways, including lower labor rates through reduced insurance premiums as well as avoiding the time consuming and production lowering impacts of accidents and injuries on jobsites.

Los Angeles County Sanitation District-Joint Administration Office Mechanical Upgrade Project, Whittier, CA

On May 28, 2014, LACSD awarded the JAO Mechanical Upgrade project to Lyles Mechanical Co. The contract value is $7.3mm, and the project is scheduled to be completed in 18 months. This project construction includes demolition of two air handlers built up inside the mechanical room, four HVAC booster pumps, installation of two rooftop air handling units and four HVAC booster pumps, construction roof access for penthouse, replacement of two variable speed drives and thirteen mixing boxes, duct cleaning, and test and air balancing.

CSU-Monterey Bay, Academic II Building

Lyles Mechanical Co. (LMC) is serving as the plumbing and mechanical trade contractor on the construction of this new 57,000 SF academic building on the main campus of CSU Monterey Bay. CSUMB is located on the former location of the US Army’s Fort Ord. LMC’s scope includes the installation of site chilled and heating hot water, building plumbing, and the HVAC wet and dry side mechanical systems. An extensive in-slab radiant heating and cooling system is included. Due to the diversity of our scope, LMC participated in a BIM collaboration effort that included participation from the electrical and fire protection subcontractors as well as the architectural trades. This BIM effort provides benefit by identifying clashes long before field work starts and will enable the project team to develop strategic construction sequencing. The 3D models produced also provide the General Contractor and Owner a unique tool to use in their respective project promotion programs. LMC promotes a safety culture where all team members (craft and management) report every near-miss and every safety observation or concern. These efforts are crucial in upholding the team’s industry-leading safety values and complying with the Owner’s stringent requirements of the OCIP. All these efforts will provide support in delivering this LEED Gold Certified building for the University.

Lyles Mechanical Co. Receives First Place - 2013 MCAA Award for Safety Excellence

Scottsdale, AZ (Mar. 12, 2014) - At the 2014 Annual Awards of Excellence Event held on March 12th, Lyles Mechanical Co. (LMC) was awarded first place in the 100,001 to 250,000 work hours division. LMC President John Sloan was in attendance to accept this prestigious award on behalf of every LMC employee. 

Every owner and general contractor that LMC works with receives value from the culture of safety that LMC brings to each project. This manifests itself in several ways, including lower labor rates through reduced insurance premiums as well as avoiding the time consuming and production lowering impacts of accidents and injuries on jobsites.

Lyles Mechanical Co. provides design and construction services on a variety of projects to a wide range of clients utilizing design/build, design/assist, design/bid/build and Construction Manager at Risk project delivery methods. For a detailed review of LMC’s capabilities and how LMC can add value on your next project please visit www.lylesmc.com.


Tehachapi Critical Access Replacement Hospital

This multi-prime project consists of the installation of plumbing, medical gas piping, and equipment for a new 25-bed replacement critical access hospital in Tehachapi. This 78,979 SF facility will replace the existing hospital, to meet current California Seismic Safety Standards and Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) review. In addition to performing all of the above and below grade plumbing work, LMC is responsible for the installation of the water softener system, booster pump package, diesel storage tank, liquid oxygen system, and water heaters. A Building Information Model (BIM) was developed for all phases of construction through coordination with all Prime Trade Contractors. Lyles Mechanical Co. actively participated in on-site and web-based BIM coordination meetings to streamline the construction process.

Tehachapi Critical Access Replacement Hospital