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We hope to grab your attention for a quick moment to thank you for your support, business and friendship throughout the year. Our five core values are the foundation of our culture and they start with "our people." Our people perform; do the right thing; take pride in their work; drive innovation and serve the community. See what's new in the world of mechanical contracting. 
Our People Perform

We recently completed two renovation projects.  First, we were contracted to provide and install new chilled and heating hot water systems as well as a new plumbing system. The installation took place in an 1800s historic structure in Baltimore that will now house two theaters. Center Stage has major space constraints created by a narrow existing stairwell that led to the mechanical room. Find out how we were able to complete the project on-time while keeping the structural integrity of this landmark.  Read more.

The second project involved a renovation of an outdated HVAC central plant to an energy efficient modern system. The biggest challenge was keeping the mechanical system online continuously during the project, which took place in the heart of DC. Climate control had to be maintained throughout the building and the facility could never go without chilled water. Our Virtual Design Coordination team relied on data captured by our field team using digital scanning tools to help map out the building virtually. Learn more here.

Our People Do the Right Thing

On January 11th at The Hamilton, Shapiro & Duncan was recognized for our 30 years of membership with ABCMW. More importantly, the Chairman's gavel was passed to our Vice President of Business Development, Mark Drury. He will serve as Chairman of the organization in 2017. Read more.
Our People Take Pride in their Work  


Our People Drive Innovation


A project that requires an HVAC piping system designed to be supported from the ceiling is rare. Supporting pipe, from above, leaves floor space free of obstruction and provides mobility for the workforce executing the project. Creating modular fabricated skid assemblies is a new concept to most owners and design teams.  Read more here.
Our People Serve the Community  
Over the holiday season S&D Employees were responsible for making an impact in the community in the following ways:
  • Our employees raised over $12,000 for a beloved co-worker who continues his fight against cancer.
  • $2,765.34 was collected by S&D Employees and the company generously matched their donation for a total of $4,780.68 to Children's National Medical Center
  • 140 Toys were donated to Toys for Tots Prince George's County at our Holiday Breakfast
  • 216 lbs. of food was donated to Manna Food Center
Read more in the Washington Building Congress Bulletin, " Members Give Back." - Pages 21 & 22.
S&D in the News
Stacey Holsinger, Marketing Manager | (301) 315-6260 | sholsinger@shapiroandduncan.com