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About Us

Values Built to Last

Our values are the foundation of Yale Mechanical. They are expressed in the work we do, the character of our employees and in our commitment to clients, suppliers and coworkers. These values have shaped our history and will define our future:

  • Respect for the individual
  • Service to our clients
  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Commitment to personal integrity

Yale Mechanical Through the Years.

  • Yale history 1939

    1939

    Yale Mechanical is founded with a visions to provide HVAC systems with unsurpassed quality and service

  • Yale history 1940s

    1940s

    Yale mechanical establishes company values and expertise that will stand the test of time. 

    The war years - installed oil heating systems for barracks at Camp Mccoy in Wisconsin

  • Yale history 1950s

    1950s

    Installed one of the first large central air and conditioning systems in the Leamington Hotel in downtown Minneapolis

    Designed the first "HOT-Gas-By-Pass" system and "Ambient Lock-Out" control used in refrigeration systems

    Moved to Clinton Avenue, South Minneapolis

  • Yale history 1960s

    1960s

    Manufactured, patented, installed, and serviced the "Mynair" spot coolers used around the world to condition space for mine workers.

    Formed a team of design/build contractors for turnkey design and installation of clean rooms for computer and aerospace industry

    Created indoor/dry sump system to enable year-round operation of water cooled air conditioning equipment

  • Yale history 1970s

    1970s

    Developed, manufactured and installed counter flow computer room air conditioning units for computer industry

    Designed and installed Minnesota's first central water source heat pump system

  • Yale history 1980s

    1980s

    Yale Mechanical moves operations to larger facility in Bloomington, MN to meet demands of growing business

    Yale lands its first national service account

  • Yale history 1990s

    1990s

    Became the twin cities largest service provider for HVAC services

    Completed Yale's largest project to date - ADC world headquarters

    Completed our first largest design/assist stand alone tier 3 data center

  • Yale history 2000s

    2000s

    Millwright division launched to enhance Yale Mechanical's range of capabilities within the industry market

    Established an in-house piping fabrication shop

    Plumbing division is established to offer this important service to customers

  • Yale history 2010s

    2010s

    Acquired Roseville Plumbing & Heating

    Yale Mechanical moves into an even larger building to meet the needs of its expanding operations

  • Yale history 2020s

    2020s

    Acquired by Service Logic as part of a national network of services

    Yale Mechanical celebrates 85 years

A History of Service

We’ve also served a variety of buildings and environments over the years. Our unique expertise is a result of working on military bases, mines and data centers to grocery stores, office towers and manufacturing plants. We’ve also added a Millwright division, Plumbing services and an in-house piping fabrication shop to better serve our clients.

As we look back on our history, we are proud of our accomplishments. As we look forward, we are excited for many more years of making buildings work better! 

Our Community

Not only are the employees at Yale Mechanical focused on making buildings work better, they also help make our community better. They recently partnered with local businesses and a volunteer group to help break district collection records during a recent Bloomington Public Schools food drive.

Bloomington’s public schools and 14 other organizations – from civic partners to area businesses – amassed 67,828 pounds of non-perishable food items, including cash conversions that estimate each dollar donated can purchase up to five pounds of food. All proceeds went to Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP), a nonprofit dedicated to serving low-income households and individuals in Bloomington, Edina and Richfield.

In addition to exceeding its goal of 60,000 pounds, this year’s collection beat the previous record of 67,020 pounds set in 2013. Since 2009, the drive has brought in 335,200 pounds of food for communities in need. To learn more about VEAP food drives and to find out how to get involved, visit Veap.org.