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Tom Pilmoor

Construction Administrator

Calgary, Alberta

With over 30 years of experience, Tom a trusted advisor to our clients and leader for our own mechanical team in Calgary. His keen attention to detail is woven through his success as a building mechanic, construction administrator, commissioning agent, and as owner’s representative in design, construction management, and commissioning roles.

As a LEED Accredited Professional, Tom is committed to providing building systems for hospitals, schools, and everything in between, that are truly sustainable in every sense of the word. Even mechanically demanding uses like museums can be sustainable, with careful planning. Tom’s experience designing for the Military Museum and overseeing the mechanical system installation at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, are perfect examples of complex mechanical challenges to maintain sensitive temperature and humidity levels in high traffic spaces. This is the kind of challenge that gives Tom the greatest source of pride in his work.

We’re proud to be a part of Studio Bell, the iconic new home for the National Music Centre

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<p>Andrew Mosker: “Ten years ago we presented the idea to build the National Music Centre to the board. Ten years ago. And here we are.”</p> <p>Arliss Szysky: “It’s so exciting for Stantec to have been part of this. It is a remarkable facility that will live on forever. It is a landmark facility for our city, for our country it is a true gem. For the Stantec building team to have been a part of the mechanical engineering here, it really puts us on the map to be a part of something that is so exciting that I am sure each individual involved will cherish that for their lifetime.”</p> <p>Tom Pilmoor: “Very interesting building as far as mechanical systems. It’s a LEED certified building and we are shooting for efficiency as well as we have lots of areas that are correctional temperature humidity and environment and museum quality spaces that we have to be careful where we supply and condition the air in certain places.”</p> <p>Jeff Rent: “Our mechanical systems had to be put in place but we didn’t want to have them overpower some of the beautiful architecture that you see in this building. We had to do a lot of coordination on the design to make sure that a. the systems would work and b. they would fit in nicely with the overall look of the building.”</p> <p>Miguel Burgos: “This is a unique project. You don’t have many opportunities to work a project like this and it’s exciting to be a part of such a big building that will have such an impact on the community.”</p> <p>Arliss Szysky: “The ability for Stantec to secure the naming rights for the volunteer lounge truly fits with our values and corporate culture. Our employees are so deeply rooted in this community and look for every opportunity to get involved with organizations and that fact that we were able to mirror our company values with the opportunity here for the volunteer lounge is truly special. Every nook and cranny of the building is special and its own. I feel truly blessed to have been here and experienced this and I can’t wait for the rest of Calgarians to experience this.”</p>

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