Our offices in Chile and Peru participate in marketing HVAC equipment for two important Mormon temples.

Throughout almost 20 years our company has participated in a variety of infrastructure projects. Nevertheless, when we engage in religious endeavors they are of special significance to us.

Concepcion is the second largest city of Chile, after its capital city Santiago.  In this location, SAEG supplied a significant number of air conditioning equipment for the future largest Mormon temple of this country consisting of a shelter area and a worship sanctuary, among other facilities.

This project was developed by BHB Engineers and designed by Naylor Wentworth Lund Architects, both companies from the United States.  The project completion is scheduled for the year 2018.

The equipment supplied is comprised by water pumps, suction diffusers, expansion tanks, air separators and balance valves.  It also includes air extractors, louvers, hoods and firebreak dampers, as well as variable volume boxes, air filtration unit and flexible joints.

Meanwhile, in Arequipa, city with the most Mormons population in the country, the Peruvian SAEG office are quoting in supplying HVAC equipment for the local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-days Saints. Our team already had worked at Trujillo City temple.