Projects & Case Studies
We provide services mainly in the Kentucky and Southern Indiana areas. Here are some of the projects we recently completed.

  • School Projects
    1. TT Knight Middle School HVAC & Plumbing Renovation – Louisville, KY - $4.3 Million
    2. Jeffersontown Elementary School HVAC & Plumbing Renovation – Louisville, KY - $1.8 Million
    3. Early Childhood Development Center HVAC & Plumbing Renovation – Bardstown, KY - $575 Thousand
    4. Foster Heights Elementary School HVAC & Plumbing Renovation – Bardstown, KY - $500 Thousand
  • State & Federal Projects
    1. Broadbent Arena HVAC Renovation – KY Fair & Expo Center – Louisville, KY - $1.1 Million
    2. Kentucky Unemployment Office 2nd & Ground Floor HVAC Office Renovations – Louisville, KY - $885 Thousand
    3. Indiana University South East Cooling Tower Replacement – New Albany, IN - $636 Thousand
    4. Department of Transportation HVAC Renovation – Frankfort, KY - $200 Thousand
    5. University of Louisville Strickler Hall 4th Floor HVAC Renovation – Louisville, KY - $300 Thousand
  • Detention Centers
    1. Shelby County Detention Center – Shelbyville, Kentucky
    2. Fayette Juvenile Detention Center – Lexington, Kentucky
    3. Jefferson Juvenile Detention Facility – Louisville, Kentucky
    4. KY State Reformatory – LaGrange, Kentucky
  • Misc. Projects
    1. Central State Hospital – Louisville, Kentucky
    2. Nazareth Home – Louisville, Kentucky
Case Studies

Frankfort, KY
The KY Department of Transportation Office Building, located in Frankfort KY, was in need of a replacement central air conditioning system. The existing system utilized chilled water, and to say the least, the existing equipment was on its last legs. The occupants of the building could not relocate due to their testing facility and equipment. R & R Inc. of Louisville contracted with the State of Kentucky and their consultant KTA Associates to demolish the old system as well as to furnish and install four new self contained DX Cooling/Gas Heat systems and related ductwork. R & R Inc. understood that both quality and a timely installation was to be expected. R & R Inc. pursued added value to the user and owner by coordinating and scheduling the installation so that the existing system could remain in operation during the new work phase. Prior to the contracting of the job, the occupants were of the understanding that they would be without conditioned working space until the new system was installed.
Louisville, KY
In 2011, the Jefferson County Public Schools contracted with R & R Inc to furnish and install the material and labor necessary to renovate the HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Data System for the 101,000 sq-ft TT Knight Middle School. In addition, the school offices, gym and kitchen/cafeteria were completely renovated. A new Fire Protection System was also installed throughout. To complicate the project further, a major Asbestos Abetment was also necessary.

Classes were dismissed on 6/1/2011 and R & R Inc. was giving until 08/5/2011 to be substantially complete with conditioned spaces. R & R set in place a construction plan, management team and Primavera Scheduling to direct its own Pipe Fitters and Sheet Metal workers along with eight (8) major subcontractors to work two shifts plus weekends to completely demolish the existing systems and provide new ones. Emphasis on having a clean uncluttered project to promote safety and production was paramount. R & R Inc. received its Certificate of Occupancy from the City of Louisville on 08/04/2011.
Frankfort, KY
Hearn Elementary School is a new school located in Frankfort, KY. R&R was awarded the mechanical contract in June of 2007 with the required completion date by June 2008. The work consisted of a geothermal heat pump system with energy recovery outdoor air units. Specifically, (56) Climate Master Heat Pumps, (2) Desert Air Recovery Units, and a well field consisting of (300) Bores were placed in operation prior to the completion date. In addition to the HVAC work, the contractor installed a fully functional Plumbing system, which consisted of (38) classroom sinks, (8) gang bathrooms, and a fully furnished kitchen.
Spencer Co, KY
Spencer County High School consisted of a complete renovation and addition to the existing school. The scope of work consisted of the installation (50) Heat Pumps, (2) Gym Air Handlers, and (4) Roof Top Energy Recovery Units all supported by a fully operational variable speed pumping system utilizing a cooling tower and boiler for heat exchange. In addition, a Plumbing system serving a new kitchen, science classrooms, and restrooms was completed. The project was completed in various phases over a seventeen-month period, in order to allow the school to operate without interruption.
Frankfort, KY
The Kentucky State Office building project consisted of a tenant fit-up for eleven floors suitable to provide office space for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The work involved furnishing and installing (336) Variable Volume Air Boxes complete with hot water re-heat piping and (500) Radiant perimeter ceiling panels. In addition, the project consisted of the installation of over (2000) grilles, registers, and diffusers, connected by low and medium ductwork systems. The project was completed within 12 months.
Louisville, KY
The project consisted of the South Wing “C” addition at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. The work consisted of furnishing and installing (6), 22,000 CFM built up air handling units assembled in place. In addition, over 75,000 lbs. of spiral duct and fittings serving over (500) grilles, registers and diffusers were installed. The massive exhibit hall space with twenty-eight high ceiling was supported with various meeting rooms and concourse spaces.
Louisville, KY
The project consisted of the Donald Baxter Research Center constructed for the University of Louisville. The multimillion-dollar contract involved the installation of HVAC and Plumbing systems to serve the five-story research facility. Specifically, a Phoenix supply and exhaust system serving (50) fume hoods; Built up Air Handlers providing fresh air utilizing steam and chilled water for heat exchange was provided and installed. In addition, the Plumbing system included medical gas and acid waste piping to serve the science center.