Element Hotel

Element Hotel is known for it’s cutting edge design and eco-friendly mechanical systems. As a LEED Certified Project, Martin Mechanical used the most energy efficient mechanical and plumbing design services. We designed a four pipe fan coil system and central heat recovery, which lowers the lifecycle cost of ownership for the client.

Fargo, North Dakota

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Homewood Suites

This hospitality project was located right next to the Las Vegas Strip! With help from DesignCell Architects, we were able to complete a eco-friendly, stunning result. This project consisted of unitary water to air heat pumps, high efficiency boilers and a roof mounted closed circuit fluid cooler. The design guarantees comfort for all guests, along with an energy efficient, low cost solution for the client.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn is a four story, wood construction with 125 rooms and 74,000 square feet. The amenities at the hotel include an outdoor pool, a commercial kitchen and a full service restaurant. The HVAC system was designed to minimize ductwork and save on the cost of large distribution fans, multiple water pumps and water piping. An air source Variable Refrigerant Flow system was utilized to combine energy efficiency and ease of design. DesignCell Architecture was our partner on this project.

Tempe, Arizona

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn is located off of Interstate 15 in Las Vegas, straight across from the fabulous Vegas Strip. Wood construction was used on the upper five stories, making this one of the first 6-story buildings in Las Vegas to use this economic construction type. The mechanical system utilizes unitary water to air heat pumps, coupled with high efficiency boilers and a roof mounted closed circuit fluid cooler. Domestic hot water is generated indirectly via the boiler plant and two 250 gallon hot water storage tanks.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Holiday Inn Express

Holiday Inn Express is a 4-story, 110 room oasis with an indoor pool and lounge. The mechanical system for the hotel utilized a variable air volume system for the first floor common areas, and four pipe fan coils in the guestrooms. High efficiency boilers and an air cooled chiller were coupled with this equipment to provide heating and cooling.

Fargo, North Dakota