TCM is a leading Tasmanian Commercial Air Conditioning Contractor

TCM Pty Ltd has a long history of providing an extensive range of air conditioning, electrical and controls systems and maintenance services to commercial customers throughout the state of Tasmania.

TCM's specialist areas include Commercial Air Conditioning systems, Heat Pump Chillers, Sea Water Heat Reclaim Systems  Geothermal Air Conditioning, Energy Management, NEBB Certified Commissioning and Balancing and Accredited Building Services.

About TCM

TCM was founded in 1967

TCM Pty Ltd employs over 30 Tasmanians including HVAC, plumbers, electricians, refrigeration mechanics
and specialist engineering and project management staff.

‚ÄčCommercial Building Services, Installation and Maintenance remains the core business activity of the organisation to commercial customers, with our primary interest directed towards producing an effective, efficient and easily maintainable installation. 

 

Tasmanian Contractors Licence No. 931766 - HVAC Plumbing - Gas - Electrical

Quality QA 9001 Certificate - 605130

Environmental EMS 14001 Certificate - 605129

Arctic Refrigerant Trading Authorisation AU07395

Tasmanian Government Prequalification to $5 Million.

NEBB Certification 2858

 

01. Integrated Management Systems

02. Partners

03. Controls & Energy Management

Recent Projects

CSIRO Hobart

 

The CSIRO instigated refurbishment of their air conditioning systems serving the 4 buildings which were constructed in the early 1980's. The existing air cooled plant had deteriorated due to the harsh seaside environment.

IMAS UTAS

 

TCM was awarded the tender tocoordinate, install, commission and maintain the mechanical services, including a new air conditioning system using a sea water heating and cooling system for the new UTAS IMAS building on Castray Esplanade, using the water from the River Derwent.

Hobart City Council

 

The Hobart City Council instigated the refurbishment of the four story annex building on Davey St. TCM was awarded the tender to install a new 'Green' air conditioning system.