UMC Mukilteo, Washington 475 Employees 3 Facilities for the mechanical, service, and energy groups 2 Fabrication shops 1,500 Projects per year KNOWING HOW TO GET THINGS DONE As a growing company in a fast-paced industry, you might mistake UMC for a new player, but the organization opened its doors in 1920. In that time, the company has worked on some of the most iconic buildings in Seattle, including the famed Space Needle. Today, UMC is an innovative mechanical contractor handling HVAC, plumbing, fabrication, and fitting work in high-tech facilities, such as hospitals, labs, data centers, and high-rises. They specialize in sustainable buildings that help reduce energy and operational costs for tenants throughout the Puget Sound region. And they believe creating a high-performance building that can conserve resources starts with design, continues through construction, and requires ongoing check-ins during its lifecycle. “The construction world has changed over the past couple years, and tends to get faster and faster,” said Ian Footer, UMC’s warehouse manager. “So, we always look for ways to bring innovation into it, to help with a proactive approach instead of just reacting to every situation.” To reach out to a Construction Specialist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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