Kroeschell was tasked with upgrading the current cooling system to a new centralized chiller plant that would serve the entire campus.
Kroeschell’s domestic water booster pump upgrades turned this property from needing frequent repairs to increased energy efficiency.
The company installed the first stream-jet refrigeration system in the building in 1934.
Kroeschell was brought in to help Mars Wrigley Innovation Center key-up its R&D production plant.
Kroeschell supported massive mechanical upgrades during a four-year, three-phase reimagining of the corporate business campus.