SURE Mechanical is proud to be a certified minority-owned commercial mechanical contractor in Cincinnati, Ohio, that offers a full range of design, fabrication, installation, design-build and engineering services. Our project team has more than 100 years of experience developing innovative HVAC solutions for government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, private and public organizations throughout Hamilton County and Southern Ohio. Most notably, we adhere to Lean Construction philosophies and utilize Lean tools for planning and administration of our work.
SURE Mechanical enjoys an effective mentor – protégé relationship with Megen Construction Company and Grote Enterprises, ensuring the unique ability to leverage support services from these firms, including B.I.M, Design Assist and Design-Build. We are able to provide quality performance on each of our projects, as a result of a skilled and experienced project management and craft force team and in our ability to leverage services through the mentor – protégé relationship during our early years of growth.
SURE Mechanical was founded on a shared vision of creating a viable, minority-owned commercial mechanical installation and fabrication company that is capable of employing a diverse workforce. Today, we employ a diverse group of project managers, journeymen and apprentices at our 12,000 SF facility located in a federally designated HUBZone. Our Workforce Development program is targeted at recruiting applicants from the underserved parts of our community into our unique apprenticeship program with Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), Inc. We also qualify as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) in the City of Cincinnati and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) in Ohio.
With SURE Mechanical, our clients can count on experience, innovation and diversity.
Sure Mechanical has completed the renovation of the 169 residence rooms, Seton Hall West project at the College of Mount Saint Joseph.
Messer Construction was the general contractor and the project utilized Messer's renowned lean construction methodology. The project was a design - assist project and it was completed in time for the fall quarter.