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about us

Corporate Air Mechanical Services has been a premier HVAC contractor in the Southwestern United States since 1996. Our specialties include planned maintenance programs for air conditioning and heating systems as well as system service and repair. Our service and repair division is truly a 24/7 endeavor with a fleet of service trucks and technicians available any time you need us. Regardless of the size of your cooling system  (3 tons to 2,000 tons), we can handle it!


CAMS also offers a highly acclaimed HVAC and mechanical systems review and evaluation service. For a truly unbiased opinion on any mechanical systems design, repair or maintenance issue, just give us a call. We’re the experts!

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Our Commitment to safety

The CAMS team assists facilities management to help building managers create and maintain a safe and comfortable workplace. From new construction projects to the service environment, our professionals take a vested interest in working safely. By understanding the specific safety requirements of each project, we ensure the safety of your employees, the public and our team.

We view OSHA’s regulatory requirements as a platform for our safety programs. This ensures that every CAMS associate has the tools, training and equipment to perform their job safely and accurately.

Safety Training For Commercial HVAC Services Involves:

  • Meeting and exceeding regulatory federal, state and local regulatory requirements

  • Maintaining OSHA compliance

  • Investing in continual education in a real-world, hands-on environment

  • Supplying real-time safety bulletins and training sessions

CAM’s safety protocol is industry leading. They begin with the onboarding process and continuity throughout each team member’s career, ensuring you reliable services and peace of mind.

Meet The Team

At Corporate Air Mechanical, we love to keep our clients cool!

Tanner Christman
Client Relations

Tanner is a client relations representative with CAMS. Tanner works with all different types of facilities from warehousing to utilities and helps design maintenance programs to help reduce down time and save on efficiency.  Tanner was born in raised here in Phoenix, AZ where he worked in residential ac for 8 years before making the move to commercial. Tanner's goals are to help facilities managers stay within their budgets while prolonging the life of their mechanical equipment and/or making their buildings more efficient. Tanner's favorite thing about his job is that no building or property is the same and that they each have their own individual challenges that we have to overcome. Tanner enjoys sports, food, and long romantic walks on the roof.


Brad Wilke
Service Manager

Brad moved to Arizona in 1981. He joined Wilke Goettl as an assistant and held positions as lead mechanic, project manager and installation manager both in the light commercial and high-end residential marketplace. He joined CAMS in 2017 as the service manager and is proud to solve difficult air, flow challenges and provide quick results to our clients’ needs. Brad’s team of professional techs provide our clients with cost effective and result oriented solutions to keep their facilities cool. Brad likes to use his spare time walking behind food trucks and going out on the lake.

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Cherri Marrese

Starting in the trenches of administration in 1981, and adding a little hands on knowledge of the field has truly helped her understand how to serve our team so that they can focus on caring for our clients. Her vision for CAMS is to be a community-centric organization.  Our business is to keep YOUR business cool.  Our goal is to give our families a future. our clients a comfortable and safe work environment while supporting the community that had made this dream possible. Cherri believes that “If we provide a great work environment and give our team the resources they need to be successful, they will focus on taking care of our clients.” Cherri considers herself well grounded…only because she has a fear of heights!!!

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Dan Gobell
Construction Division Manager

Dan started with CAMS as the new construction division manager in 2014. Dan has over 40 years in the HVAC mechanical field and has built a loyal base of general contracting clients by solving difficult mechanical challenges and by ensuring ALL projects are completed on time. By taking care of his install team, he has surrounded himself with crews that have worked together for decades. This unusual team experience creates a fluid working relationship that results in a consistent high-quality install. Dan loves to tailgate and utilizes his BBQ, grilling and smoking skills in order to recruit and retain the best installation crews in the Valley!

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Pablo Casso
Safety Manager

Pablo graduated from Gateway Community College in the summer of 2014. He started his employment with CAMS that same summer in July. He has currently been employed with CAMS for 7 years working on almost anything. From drinking fountains to high capacity commercial package units. Pablo has an awesome attitude and a great work ethic. He will go above and beyond to diagnose and repair issues with your HVAC equipment treating them as if they were his own. He currently holds a 30hr OSHA card and is extremely involved with safety procedures and practices for CAMS ensuring your loved ones employed with CAMS are safe on and off the job. On his spare time, he likes to imitate the voices of his co-workers and sees himself as a witty comedian.

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In loving memory of

Bill was our Founding Father, aka the Chiller Whisperer. Bill received air conditioning training in the United States Air Force from which he was honorably discharged in 1966. He pursued his chosen trade in the civilian sector, working for both "low temperature" refrigeration service companies, and, later, entering the commercial HVAC sector. From 1980- 1996, Bill was Phoenix District Manager for McQuay Service, a manufacturer of commercial and residential heating and cooling equipment. In 1996, Bill left McQuay to start his own mechanical service company in Phoenix, and CAMS was born. He successfully overcame the challenges of a start-up company by providing excellence and customer focused services.

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