With over 70 years of projects under our belt, picking just a few to showcase is not easy.  Air Equipment Company is proud to provide design assistance, equipment, start-up,  commissioning assistance and service that is used to make buildings more energy efficient and sustainable. We have been involved in dozens of LEED, Energy Star and WELL Certified buildings. The projects listed below highlight how we use our knowledge and experience to help to benefit partners in many industries.


Historic Fayette County Courthouse 

The Historic Fayette County Courthouse was a $32 million renovation of a 119 year old building in downtown Lexington. The new space consists of the Lexington visitor’s center, event spaces, restaurants, and the Breeder’s Cup Lexington office.  The geothermal water source VRF systems provided a unique solution to stringent restrictions on outdoor equipment due to the historic nature of the building.

MEP Design Firm: CMTA Engineers, Lexington

Mechanical Contractor: Davis & Plomin Mechanical Contracting

Temperature Controls Contractor: Siemens

Provided by Air Equipment Company:

  • AAON – 18 ton M2 Outside Air Unit
  • LG – 72 tons of Variable Refrigerant Flow Heat Recovery System
  • Plasma Air – Model 50F Bi-Polar Ionization Tubes


UofL Belknap Academic Classroom Building

The Belknap Academic Building at the University of Louisville is a $80 Million, 165,0000 square-foot building that consists of 20 classrooms, 14 science labs, 11 study group rooms, 7 seminar rooms and 4 learning labs. The anthropology, biology, chemistry and physics programs have dedicated labs in the new LEED Certified building. 

MEP Design Firm: CMTA Engineers, Louisville

Mechanical Contractor: Walker Mechanical

Temperature Controls Contractor: Comfort Systems USA

Provided by Air Equipment Company:

  • Phoenix Controls Laboratory Airflow Controls Systems for 19 spaces
  • ABB Variable Frequency Drives for fans and pumps
  • ONICON Water, Steam, Natural Gas and BTU Meters
  • Air Monitor Outside Airflow Stations for AHUs