Why Choose Rohde?
Over 100 Years of Experienced Engineering
Rohde designs and fabricates award-winning systems and progressive solutions for new and established companies. We are one of the few mechanical contractors that have incorporated LEAN Manufacturing Principles into all aspects of the construction phase to work faster and smarter for you.
The Rohde Process
We have the unique ability to see a project from beginning to end with a full staff of designers, engineers, estimators, and construction professionals all in-house to make your project run as smooth as possible.
THE PLAN BEFORE THE PLAN
Effective pre-construction services and planning are the cornerstone to any successful project. At Rohde, we are your source for current, complete and accurate information. This allows the project team to make informed and well-grounded decisions, relating to the schedule, cost, and quality.
Numbers You Can Trust
HVAC Design Engineer
The HVAC Design Engineer works directly with clients to design new or replacement heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems specific to customer needs and building specifications. Analyzing those needs, developing, and proposing recommended HVAC and related design solutions will also be required.
HVAC Controls Tech
This role is responsible for design, installation, startup, and maintenance of systems used to monitor and control HVAC equipment, mechanical processes, electrical systems, and machinery. The HVAC Controls Tech ensures the designs are implemented to meet stringent quality and safety standards.
HVAC Service Tech - Entry Level
The HVAC Service Tech - Entry Level will train in and perform Industrial HVAC Service Technician duties. This position serves customers by installing and servicing HVAC and Hydronic & Forced Air systems. The HVAC Service Tech also serves existing accounts by analyzing work orders, investigating complaints, conducting tests and resolving problems.
Sheet Metal Pre-Apprentice
The Sheet Metal Pre-Apprentice fabricates, assembles, installs, and repairs sheet metal products and equipment. Work may involve: setting up and operating fabricating machines to bend, cut and straighten sheet metal; shaping metal over anvils, locks or forms; or inspecting, assembling, and smoothing seams and joints of burred surfaces.