I have had many opportunities to work with Pueblo while being at multiple districts for over 20 years. The bottom line is that I can count on Pueblo to provide solutions and protect our investments.
Since 2001, we have provided complete turnkey solutions for the K-12 market utilizing cooperative contracts and our streamlined design-build process. Through pre-bid cooperative contracts that meet procurement code, and our general contracting license, we serve as a trusted single source for those requiring the highest caliber of HVAC, plumbing and controls solutions for schools.
Multiple co-op and procurement vehicles to streamline the process
Ready for active campuses and the details needed to work during these times
Modified working hours for school schedules
Design-build know how for K-12.
Our streamlined process allows us to efficiently complete ancillary deliverables such as electrical, roofing, ceilings, and lighting to create comprehensive school retrofits and mechanical room additions. We have completed tens of thousands of school projects including pre-planning and budgeting, design, engineering, and installation of complete HVAC, plumbing and controls, exceeding the expectations and budget parameters of our loyal customers.
Better schools from the ground up.
Nothing is more important to a community than the success of its children, and the journey that students take begins in the local school system. Our expertly-trained staff, and our state-of-the-art systems, add efficiency to every project. We set the standard for superior workmanship in educational environments. Our turnkey solutions cover everything from new build, retrofit and renovation services to in-depth energy audits, feasibility assessments and bond planning.
Mesa Unified School District
Mesa Public Schools is the largest public school district in the state of Arizona. Our ongoing partnership runs the gamut to include assisting the community during COVID with resources and mitigation strategies, budgeting and planning, retrofitting multi-campus unitary equipment, and rebuilding central plants with new energy-efficient systems.