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Super Target

Crawford Division: Welded Fabrication and Commercial HVAC
Client: Super Target, Davenport, IA
Challenge: Provide stainless steel materials, HVAC duct work, and dehumidification units based on plans and specifications
Solution: Crawford fabricated and installed stainless steel caps and column wraps, HVAC duct work, and installed two new dehumidification units

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Project Summary:
Crawford Company's Welded Fabrication and Commercial HVAC divisions were sub contracted through Conlon Construction Company to provide specific materials and labor for the remodel of Super Target. 

The Welded Fabrication Division fabricated 12" stainless steel column wraps. Column wraps are designed for column protection against shopping carts and abrasive wear from customers. Stainless steel wall caps were fabricated to accent the walls used to separate the Target Cafe. Crawford's Commercial HVAC Division installed the column wraps and wall caps. 

The Commercial HVAC Division was responsible for removing the existing dehumidification units and installing two new dehumidification units. Along with the duct work that runs to these units. New duct work was installed in the electronics department, and new spiral and square duct work was installed for the fitting rooms. 

Target's Mission:
Our mission is to make Target your preferred shopping destination in all channels by delivering outstanding value, continious innovation and exceptional guest experiences by consistently fulfilling our Expect More. Pay less. brand promise. 

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING

I appreciate your expertise discussing my air conditioning project and our little doodles on paper for the finer points and needs. I enjoyed the personal attention to detail. I was impressed with the efficiency and professionalism of engineering, organizing, timing and installation. I'm so glad that we still have union contractors that know how to do things right. As you know I have worked 37 years thru the IBEW # 145. On larger projects we would be assigned a "tool buddy" to work in the same area and help each other when needed. The reason I mention this is because Jeff O'Leary is the kind of journeyman I would choose to work with. He is polite, calm, well-spoken and knowledgeable. Of course an HVAC system is not a kit. It is a custom installation. Jeff made it easy to discuss the finer points and the installation as needed. I enjoyed the experience and I am very pleased with the outcome. The air is fresh and clean and easy to breath.

Darryl Stebel