Union Mechanical Contractors have been instrumental in shaping the physical landscape of Kansas City for over 100 years. Their association with Local Union Plumbers and Pipe Fitters has resulted in some of the most significant construction projects and high-profile facilities in our community.
Home to the Kansas City Royals. A $220 million renovation that included the addition of an all-new administrative building, broadcast booths, and dining rooms, as well as new suites, expanded concourses, additional restrooms and an outfield experience area.
H&R Block World Headquarters
An 18-story, 600,000 square-foot office building the houses 2,000 workers. The facility includes a 10,000 square foot data center, 300-seat theatre, and a five-level underground parking structure.
Bartle Hall Exhibition Center
A 338,800 square-foot Exhibition Center that covers an area the size of eight football fields–enough space for more than 2,000 10-by-10 display booths, with the hall’s perimeter featuring a multitude of show offices, restroom facilities, and concession stands.
Home to the Kansas City Chiefs. A $375 million renovation that increased the facility’s size from 1.2 million to 1.6 million square feet. This included increasing the restroom facilities for men by 36% and for women by 96%.
A $276 million, 18,500 seat state of the art facility that hosts major concerts, sporting events, and shows year round. It includes a 41,000 square foot building housing the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
Stowers Institute for Medical Research
A $300 million, 600,000 square foot facility that is regarded as one of the most innovative biomedical research organizations in the country.
At $250 million, this is Kansas City’s ticket into the world of NASCAR racing. This 1.5 mile tri-oval track boasts a seating capacity of over 75,000.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
At $413 million, this nearly 285,000-square-foot facility includes two main performance halls. Its exterior surfaces include bead-blasted stainless steel and pre-cast concrete which anchor the 27 cables that hold up its glass lobby.