CalSHAPE Qualified Contractor Referral List 


The following contractors have successfully completed the CAL SMACNA training webinar on the CalSHAPE program and are fully qualified to respond to any and all requests for ventilation assessment and/or repair services from schools and public agencies:  


Peterson Mechanical

Tierra McCulligh, Service Manager

Sonoma, Napa, Solono, CA

United Mechanical, Inc.

Vahid Amani/Tony Vela

San Jose, Alameda, Rohnert Park, CA

Silicon Valley Mechanical, Inc.

Scott McClung, TAB Superintendent

San Jose, CA

National Air Balance Co.

Ty Curtis, Vice President/Jeff Wooning, Director of Sales

Fremont, CA

Direct Air Conditioning, Inc.

Norm Lussier, CEO

Fullerton, CA

Air Systems Service & Construction

Gregg Perry, Division Manager

Concord, CA

Bel Air Mechanical, Inc.

Bruce Campbell, President

Concord, CA

Allison Mechanical, Inc.

Don Allison, President

Redlands, CA

Control Air Enterprises

Bret Breedlove, Service Manager

Hayward, CA

Allied Heating & Air Conditioning

Mike Loftin, Service Manager

San Rafael, CA

Pan-Pacific Mechanical

Alex Marks, TAB Foreman

Fremont, CA

Carter Air Balance Company

David Galli, Vice President

Napa, CA

Bay City Mechanical Service

Greig Hoque, P.E., Project Group Engineer

Richmond, CA


Paul Mocny, President

San Jose, CA

ACCO Engineered Systems

Josh Keene, Director of System Operations

San Leandro, CA

ICOM Mechanical Inc.

Thomas Morey, Project Engineer

San Jose, CA

Martinez Sheet Metal

Jessica Pacat, Business Operations Manager

Martinez, CA

Indoor Environmental Services

Lisa Sires, Director of Business Development

Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Pleasanton, CA


Pete McGoldrick, President

Petaluma, CA

Environmental Systems. Inc.

Kenneth J. Filice, Senior Project Manager

Sacramento, Bay Area

ACCO Engineered Systems

Ivan Hooper, Project Manager

Sacramento, CA

ACCO Engineered Systems

Alex Tiechner, System Operations Supervisor

Sacramento, CA

ABM Building Solutions

Richard Cooke, Vice President

Sacramento, CA

Circo System Balance

Dave Little, COO

Sacramento, CA

Airco Mechanical Inc.

Savannah Hatler, Service Coordinator

Sacramento, CA

Brice Mechanical

Nicole Billings, Project Manager

Sacramento, CA

Balance America, Inc.

Krikor "Koko" Babayan

San Marcos, CA

Strategic Mechanical

Mark Schweitzer, Sales Engineer

Fresno, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced and Tulare, CA

Air Control Balancing, Inc.

Mark Kaufmann, Supervisor for NEBB, TABB, MATE, MATT/Brian Poindexter, Estimator

Fresno, CA

New England Sheet Metal & Mechanical Co.

John Sloan, President & CEO

Fresno, CA

A.O. Reed & Co.

Aubrey Taft, Vice President Business Development

San Diego, CA

Jackson & Blanc

Kaveen Patel, PE, CEM, Project Consultant

San Diego, CA

ACCO Engineered Systems

Robin Callaway, Project Executive

San Diego, CA

A.O. Reed & Co.

Jaimi Lomas, Vice President Service

San Diego, CA

A.O. Reed & Co.

Martin Naranjo, Operations Manager, Service

San Diego, CA

J.R. Barto Heating/Air-Conditioning/Sheet Metal, Inc.

Kamron Lorencz, Office Manager

San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, CA

Penn Air Control, Inc.

Alex Miranda, Sales Executive

Los Angeles, CA

Precision Air Balance Co. Inc.

Steve Miller, Superintendent

Anaheim, CA

Air Management Industries, Inc.

Sean Wallace, Estimator

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Associate Mechanical Contractors

James Egan

Escondido, CA

AireMasters AC

Michael Dean, VP of Operations

Santa Fe Springs, CA

Los Angeles Air Conditioning, Inc.

Mohammad Alkhunder/Anthony Alkhuder, Vice-President/PM

La Verne, CA

ACH Mechanical Contractor, Inc.

Hector Vargas, President/Mike Boughamer

Emcor Services, Mesa Energy

Nathan Culley

Irvine, CA

Certified Air Balance

Ed Santana, Jr.

Santa Fe Springs, CA

Applied Air Conditioning

Carmen Koo, VP

Fullerton, CA

Therma, LLC

Don Bach, VP/GM SoCal

Irwindale, CA

Reed Mechanical Systems, Inc.

Tom Reed, President

Ventura, CA

Therma, LLC

Long Nguyen, TAB Dept. Manager

San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, CA

Anderson Systems

Olaf Villadsen, Mechanical Designer

Goleta, CA

Cold Craft, Inc.

Kent Penning, President/Dan Parent, Engineer

NOTE:  CAL SMACNA contractors who are interested in being included on this referral list please contact Emily Mills at to learn how to attend our next program training webinar. 



Listen to the GAO Podcast about K-12 School Building Construction and Renovation Needs, featuring interviews with GAO officials on significant issues and new reports HERE

View the GAO study that found that School Districts Frequently Identified Multiple Building Systems Needing Updates or Replacement HERE.

View the Snips Magazine article regarding the indoor air quality of schools in California. They highlight the new white paper published by the National Energy Management Institute (NEMI) and the University of California – Davis. View the article HERE


Building Reopening Ventilation and Energy Efficiency Verification and Repair Program

The UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center (WCEC) has put together an educational and informational website providing information and resources for improving air quality in California schools.

CAL SMACNA is proud to share with you an exclusive video produced by the UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center and sponsored by NEMI illustrating the importance of proper ventilation in schools.  This video was produced as a resource that can be used by CAL SMACNA members and others in our HVAC allied trades community to help increase public awareness and understanding of ventilation in modern buildings. 

HVAC systems provide necessary mechanical ventilation to classrooms. Students and teachers occupying energy efficient school buildings with sealed building envelopes rely upon properly operating ventilation systems for fresh air.  Ventilation helps remove the build-up of indoor air pollutants such as volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, which can off-gas from building materials, finishes, and furniture. There is also increasing evidence that CO2 exhaled by building occupants is an indoor pollutant that can affect cognitive performance. This is particularly important in classrooms, where lots of people gather in a small space built and designed for energy efficiency.

After thorough research by Lawrence Berkeley Labs and UC Davis, the WCEC recommend the following actions to improve ventilation rates in classrooms:

  • Complete commissioning and acceptance testing of new HVAC systems as required by Title 24.
  • Run HVAC fans when classrooms are occupied to bring in fresh air.
  • Replace filters 2-3 times per school year.
  • Monitor classroom CO2 concentrations. Thermostats with CO2 sensors and stand-alone sensors are widely available.
  • Test ventilation rates in existing HVAC systems and make corrections when needed.

The WCEC website also includes information on the white paper on Proposed Ventilation and Energy Efficiency Verification/Repair Program for School Reopening. The white paper presents a proposal that would prepare schools for reopening during the COVID-19 crisis.

To view more information, news coverage regarding this issue, and additional resources visit their website HERE.

If you are interested in receiving more information on classroom IAQ or otherwise helping our efforts to improve schools please send your contact information to Emily Mills at