In 2005, Sterling and Wilson started its HVAC division with its first project being the Serena Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan. The success of this project was a major learning experience and the right impetus needed for charting the company in its successful entry into HVAC services.
The advantage of HVAC division over contemporaries emanates from the strength in project management, multi disciplined design engineers and usage of latest design tools and techniques. The usage of advanced software like MEP Revit 11 provides complete building information modelling with details like 3D visualization, clash detection and BOQ analysis which allows budget control.
With the easy availability of state of the art products from all over the world, the focus of Sterling and Wilson is optimized application and integration of these products and adoption of right process for timely delivery and quality.
The HVAC division of the company has shown consistent growth over the years and today it is amongst the top three in the country. It has gained a reputation for executing challenging projects in India and abroad. Today Sterling and Wilson’s clients for HVAC projects includes some of the most renowned corporations from various industries like Tata Motors, Tata Power, Pepsi, BHEL, TCS, Nokia Siemens, Wipro, Bharti, Maruti Suzuki, Alpha G. Corp, One BKC, AIIMS Hospital, Perkins India, Ford India and Cadbury India etc.
Experienced in-house engineering capabilities have been a catalyst for its association with multiple Leed Rated Green projects like HCC – 247, Kalpataru Towers, Beary’s Global Research Triangle, Zylem, WIPRO, Park Hotel etc.
Over the years Sterling and Wilson has set up a strong team across India to offer complete HVAC solutions like:
- Central Chilled water Plant systems
- DX System / VRV systems
- Primary / secondary pumping system
- Thermal storage system
- Hot water generator, Solar heater and related low side work
- Ventilation system and evaporative cooling systems, roof extractors and jet fan systems
- Clean room technology for micro electronics, micro mechanics and pharma
- District Cooling System
- Heat recovery and dessicant cooling systems