• Erie High School
  • Ultra-low-energy Fan Wall in NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center
  • Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building Modernization, Chilled Beam System
  • Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center, Ground Source Heat Pumps
  • Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse Underfloor Displacement Ventilation
  • Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument Solar Furnace
  • University of Colorado Boulder, ATLAS Center Air Handling Unit
  • Dry Coolers on Roof of Denver Water Highlands Office Facility
  • RMH has offered high-quality HVAC engineering as one of our core services since the company was founded in 1961. We tailor each HVAC design to meet the requirements of every project, although occupancy comfort, indoor environmental quality, efficiency, maintainability, and flexibility remain a common thread. Numerous types of HVAC systems have been designed over the years, reflecting the diversity of our many projects and their varying locales. RMH investigates the range of options and recommends systems that will best serve the function of the space. We strive to improve the energy efficiency of our HVAC systems and the comfort of building occupants. We have successfully implemented many sustainable technologies including evaporative cooling, thermal energy storage, displacement ventilation, solar furnaces, and geothermal energy, to name a few.
    • Evaporative Cooling
    • Chilled Beams
    • Hydronic Heating & Cooling
    • Steam Heating
    • High-Temperature Hot Water
    • Environmental Controls
    • Natural Ventilation
    • Demand Ventilation
    • Displacement Ventilation
    • Radiant Floor Heating
    • Heat/Energy Recovery
    • Thermal Energy Storage
    • Geothermal Energy
    • Solar Furnaces
    • Passive Solar
    • Variable-volume Systems
 

HVAC

RMH has offered high-quality HVAC engineering as one of our core services since the company was founded in 1961. We tailor each HVAC design to meet the requirements of every project, although occupancy comfort, indoor environmental quality, efficiency, maintainability, and flexibility remain a common thread. Numerous types of HVAC systems have been designed over the years, reflecting the diversity of our many projects and their varying locales. RMH investigates the range of options and recommends systems that will best serve the function of the space.

We strive to improve the energy efficiency of our HVAC systems and the comfort of building occupants. We have successfully implemented many sustainable technologies including evaporative cooling, thermal energy storage, displacement ventilation, solar furnaces, and geothermal energy, to name a few.

  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Chilled Beams
  • Hydronic Heating & Cooling
  • Steam Heating
  • High-Temperature Hot Water
  • Environmental Controls
  • Natural Ventilation
  • Demand Ventilation
  • Displacement Ventilation
  • Radiant Floor Heating
  • Heat/Energy Recovery
  • Thermal Energy Storage
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Solar Furnaces
  • Passive Solar
  • Variable-volume Systems
The RMH Group is an NAICS 541330 Small Business.