Cullum’s professionals take the right approach for exceptional project outcomes.
Providing added value through better coordination, cooperation, and trust, Cullum is a top source for mechanical engineering and construction from a design-build or design-assist approach. Possessing the necessary field experience to fully comprehend how construction phases, methods, and materials impact system installation and design, Cullum’s mechanical staff possesses expertise far beyond design capabilities.
Highly skilled craftsmen and engineering staff members work jointly to create heating, plumbing ventilation, process piping, metal fabrication, and pre-construction initiatives that recognize the realities of the client’s budget and unique building requirements, whether for an institutional, government, commercial, or industrial site. Clients are guided through design, installation, startup, and commissioning, and even provided with tailored maintenance solutions and controls monitoring that continue long after the conclusion of the project.
Design and installation only mark the start of Cullum’s mechanical engineering and construction capabilities. A full team of professionals ensures all new systems function as designed with an array of services that include startup and commissioning, troubleshooting, performance testing, operations supervision, and complete equipment checkout.
Expert engineers understand every client’s vision, and skilled craftsmen bring these ideals and plans to reality. Comprehensive installation and startup, as well as exemplary service, enable Cullum’s professionals to masterfully engineer and construct new buildings and systems that exceed expectations.
Cullum provides mechanical engineering and construction services throughout South Carolina, including Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, North Charleston, Lexington, and Simpsonville.
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