Gunn Mowery Insurance

Project Background

Gunn Mowery Insurance hired Reynolds to provide light general construction services for a 1st and 3rd floor fit-out of their corporate office. The first floor that once housed a daycare facility was completely renovated. The one-time classrooms have now been converted back into office spaces with new ceilings, lighting, flooring, and paint. This space also received an updated kitchen and a new corporate gym which includes locker/changing facilities for the employees.

The third floor was converted into the company’s main conference room. Also, Reynolds updated an existing kitchen/prep area with new cabinets, countertops, flooring, and paint. We installed a wall of solid wood panel sliding doors to open the conference room with the kitchen/prep area to create a multi-use area for entertaining.


In 2011, Gunn Mowery Insurance contracted with Reynolds to review the energy consumption at their office facility.

During the audit period of the project Reynolds identified a potential for Gunn Mowery to qualify for an Act 129 rebate of $4,925. Upon completion of the project Reynolds submitted the Act 129 application on behalf of Gunn Mowery and was able to secure a rebate in the amount $7,539. The additional 50% received in the form of a rebate from the utility company coupled with the exceptional energy performance of the project in year one lead to the project paying back in a little over three years.

Project Specs

Solutions: Construction | Restoration | Energy
Scope of Energy Project:

  • Lighting improvements
  • Envelope upgrades and sealing
  • HVAC system retro-commissioning
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“The congregation was concerned that none of the contractors submitting proposals had ever built a synagogue before. Our selected contractor, Reynolds, worked closely with us and did their homework to ensure that our new synagogue was designed and built to meet all of our program needs and requirements. Their entire team was extremely responsive, professional, and even kind.”


Rabbi Ron Muroff, Chisuk Emuna Congregation