The project highlights below showcase some of the work we do. Explore each project to learn more about the challenges we encounter and successes we achieve for our clients.
Our team planned and executed back-to-back pull feed dates for two key projects: the Eight Plant Turnaround and the #2 Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU) Turnaround.
Harder helped build a new specialty care facility to rehabilitate patients with complex health conditions.
Harder's Pulp and Paper project experts executed the converting area roof replace and MAU installation.
Harder assembled the Mechanical, Electrical, and Sheet Metal IPD team for this new casino in Southwest Washington.
Harder provided full mechanical and design-assist services for this new, $210,000,000, seven-story, 330,000 SF hospital expansion.
Harder leveraged BIM technologies to build a 3D model of this state-of-the-art facility.
For NuStar, we built a new pipeline and installed equipment at their Oregon and Washington terminals.
Harder is upgrading the baggage conveyor and catwalk systems within the Portland International Airport during the major Terminal Core remodel.
Harder designed the new mechanical system using owner-provided equipment including stills, condensers, tanks, and conveying lines.
At PGE Port Westward, Harder self-performed everything from the concrete pour to process piping.
This design-build BIM project included over 160,000 LF of piping, all process and wet HVAC, multiple cooling tower installations, and any associated equipment.
Building in and around a live unit is no problem for Harder Mechanical.
Harder inspected the furnace, then welded chrome moly plates inside the walls to strengthen the furnace. All work was completed within a three-week planned shutdown.
The Owner brought Harder onboard to expand the fab’s general exhaust system so it could support a new tool set and to consolidate several smaller standalone general exhaust systems into one.
Our Architectural Sheet Metal team restored a historical building's roof while preserving its unique presence among the Portland skyline.