At Mountain West Mechanical we strive to be innovative with your mechanical needs and to give all our customers in Eastern Idaho and Western Montana the highest quality products and work for the lowest cost. We also seek to be energy efficient by working with our sister company Highland West Energy Services Corporation. Here is a list of our recent and notable projects.



Completed in 2014

Madison Carriage Cove,

Short Stay Rehabilitation Facility

1.6 Million job scope for the 39,000 sq ft facility included installation of:

  • Underground and aboveground DWV and roof drainage
  • Boilers and hydronic chiller equipment
  • Hydronic piping, gas piping, and complete plumbing fixtures
  • HVAC equipment and all ductwork
  • System controls, insulation and final testing and balancing

Madison Memorial Carriage Cove Short Stay Rehabilitation Facility is a joint venture between Madison Memorial Hospital in Rexburg, Idaho and a private operator of assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. This facility includes one 15-bed unit and one 20 bed unit. The intent of the project is that the facility will eventually be fully used by Madison Memorial Hospital as a short stay skilled nursing facility, when their needs dictate. Until that time, the 15-bed unit will be utilized by the private operator as an assisted living center. The facility includes an extensive rehabilitation gym, which will be used on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. The building design was dictated by the private operator to make the facility highly competitive in the local market.

Expected completion in 2015

BYU-Idaho Student Housing

$6.6 million job scope for the 259 room, three-building student housing project includes:

  • Underground and aboveground DWV and roof drainage
  • Domestic water, gas piping, and complete plumbing fixtures
  • HVAC equipment and all ductwork

Brigham Young University of Idaho was approved to host up to 18,000 students by the year 2016. BYU-Idaho is making several changes in anticipation of the student and facility growth. These changes are visible in the construction underway in and around campus, including the new on-campus student housing project.

Completed in 2007

Rexburg, Idaho LDS Temple

$1.5M job scope for 57,504 sq ft LDS Temple in Rexburg, ID – the 125th Temple for the Mormon Church included installation of:

  • Hydronic piping
  • Gas piping, which included the Temple’s snow melt system
  • Complete plumbing and fixtures

Adjacent to the Brigham Young University–Idaho campus, the five-story Rexburg Idaho Temple soars high above its hillside location—creating a striking landmark visible for miles along the Highway 20 corridor. It is the finest, most notable building in this rural community.



Completed in 2007

University of Idaho Small Grains Lab

$2.25M job scope for the 12,000-square-foot addition is called the Advanced Genetics Laboratory. Mountain West Mechanical’s work on this facility was significant due to the complexity of the project and the amount of piping and ventilation required. Work included:

  • All the domestic water piping and plumbing fixtures
  • Complete hydronic systems and all required piping
  • Assortment of specialty lab piping
  • HVAC equipment and gas piping

In addition to breeding superior potatoes and grain-bearing plants, the ARS scientists at the lab manage a renowned collection of the world’s wheat, rice, oat, barley, rye, triticale and other grassy plants that collectively are known as small grains. This unique assortment includes these species’ rare and wild relatives, and safeguards the genetic diversity of these plants.



Completed 2009


Teton Radiology Center

The Teton Radiology Center is located in Rexburg Idaho and is declared to be one of the most energy efficient buildings in North America, as far as the HVAC system is concerned.

The building was completed in the spring of 2009. Mountain West Mechanical Inc. was the HVAC and plumbing contractor for this project, redesigning the original HVAC system to better serve the needs of the facility and saving nearly $150,000.00 in up front costs to the facility.

The HVAC system consists of four Daikin Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) III inverter heat recovery units.(Inverter Heat Recovery units allow for simultaneous cooling and heating from one system). Accompanying the VRV III units are five multi-split heat pumps which gives the facility added controls for specific mechanical rooms (MRI mechanical room and ct scan mechanical rooms) which require special temperature requirements.


Completed in 2008

Teton Springs Lodge & Spa

$3.2M job at Teton Springs in Victor, Idaho included 37 one- and two-bedroom units plus 15 lodge rooms for a total of 52 hotel rooms; along with three, four and five bedroom luxury cabins. Work done at the lodge included:

  • Full mechanical work for the facility and buildings,
  • Domestic water, gas piping, and complete plumbing fixtures,
  • HVAC equipment and all ductwork,
  • Hydronic system and piping for the facility’s snow melt system.

The Teton Springs Lodge and Spa has been named the Best Hotel in Idaho by U.S. News and World Report in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

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Completed in 2013

Rigby High School

$3.5M job scope for the new 275,000 square foot high school in Rigby, Idaho included installing:

  • Underground and above ground DWV and roof drainage
  • Complete hydronic systems and all required piping
  • HVAC equipment and gas piping
  • All the domestic hot water heaters, water piping, and plumbing fixtures

With the ability to accommodate 1,700 students, it is the largest school in eastern Idaho. Features include an indoor track, a state-of-the-art auditorium, a vocational agriculture building, upgraded weight and dance rooms, as well as a media center in the library.

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