McMillen  Mechanical Inc.

about us

McMillen Mechanical Inc.

As a Family owned and operated Company since 1963, McMillen Mechanical has over 50 years’ experience in the plumbing and mechanical Industry.  We have done many types of projects, and we are extremely proud of the work we have done for our Military service members and our Veterans.  From plumbing a WWII barracks on display at the Patton Museum to hauling a 9/11 fire truck in a Memorial Day parade.

 

McMillen Mechanical has done a wide Range of projects over the years, some mechanical projects as large as 15 million.  Whether large or small, we use the same care and expertise on everything we do.  We take great pride in our outstanding reputation with the US Army Corps of Engineers.  You can be assured that with us you are getting highly trained and equipped professionals, whom can complete projects on time, within budget.  

 

Our team looks forward to every opportunity, and we embrace new challenges.  

Contact us for your next project!   

Services

Metal Fabrication

With our coil line and 2 plasma tables we can meet all your fabrication needs. 

  • Duct/ Fittings

  • S/D or TDF

  • Galvanized / Aluminum / SS  

  • Pipe saddles

  • Internal Liner

  • Plus Much More

Projects

  • 2nd BCT

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District

    Project consists of a barracks building, company operations facility, dining facility and administration building totaling 382,569 square feet. The barracks complex made up of four 3-story buildings, each housing 164 soldiers. The administration building holds platoon offices and locker rooms. and the dining facility has a capacity of up to 1300 people.

  • Ft. Knox dining facility

    FACILITY TYPE: 26,500-SF dining facility

    Design-build project for a complete and functional dining facility for 1300 soldiers per meal three times per day, 365 days per year. The gross area for the facility is 25,450 square feet with a seating capacity of 624, including a separate 48-seat dining area. A key component of this project is a reduction of energy consumption of the HVAC system, and a minimum of 30% energy reduction over ASHRAE 90.1-2004.

  • 5th SFG

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District

     

    Design-build project to construct housing and operations facilities for Army Special Forces servicemen and women, including four barracks buildings containing 504 bedrooms and a dining facility for 500 soldiers.

  • WIT Ft Benning GA 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District

     

    This WIT Barracks complex consists of one 5-story, U-shaped building of 120,400 square feet, with 50 2-bedroom/2-bath and 50 2-bedroom/1-bath apartments. WIT facilities house wounded soldiers recovering from injuries and preparing to re-enter civilian life.

  • 5th SFG / 160th SOAR Barracks Complex

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District

     

    Design-build project to construct housing and operations facilities for Army Special Forces servicemen and women, including four barracks buildings containing 504 bedrooms and a dining facility for 500 soldiers.  Construction of a 110,000-square-foot,three-story, 296-person 110,000 square feet  two-bedroom, one-bath units.

  • Blanchfield Army Hospital Ft Campbell KY

    Blanchfield Army Hospital 

    2015 Renovation of the Blue Clinic 12,500 sf. complete HVAC and Plumbing systems including medical gas services.

    2016 Renovation and conversion of 1st floor area to serve as 1st floor Young Eagle Children’s Department. 15,000 sf. complete HVAC and Plumbing systems including medical gas services.

    2017 Remodel of the 4th Floor Behavioral Health Department 15,000 sf. complete HVAC and Plumbing systems.

    The hospital was dedicated in remembrance of Col. Florence A. Blanchfield, Chief of the Army Nurse Corps from 1943-1947. Col. Blanchfield played a prominent role in World War II by placing nursing teams close to the front lines to provide expert nursing care to battlefield casualties and was instrumental in attaining permanent commissioned officer status for military nurses. Blanchfield Army Community Hospital is unique in the U. S. Army Medical Department as the only hospital named after an Army Nurse Corps officer. Col. Florence Blanchfield was the first woman to receive a regular Army Commission.

Address

McMillen Mechanical

6671 Shepherdsville Rd

Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

Phone

(270) 737-7233

Fax

(270) 737-5370

Email

Info@mcmillenmechanical.com

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