Brief Company History
Spartan Peripheral Devices has been manufacturing products for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry since 1995. In 2013, the company developed a series of tailored solutions and custom products allowing it to position itself in the original equipment manufacturing (OEM) market.
Original founders and directors, Doug McIntosh and Paul Balazovjech, had acquired over sixty years of combined experience in control equipment and building automation systems in HVAC. Witnessing the proliferation of building automation systems throughout North America, they seized on a valuable niche market. Their foresight led to the creation of Spartan Peripheral Devices to cater to the needs BAS contractors coast to coast. Paul Balazovjech led the company from its creation until 2017.
In early 2018, Alexandre Leneveu, who joined the company over a decade earlier to lead operations, took the reins as President and CEO in line with the company’s succession plans.
Manufacturing And Exports
Concerted investments in research and development, have enabled Spartan Peripheral Devices to position itself as a leading manufacturer and exporter of robust, quality, innovative, dependable, user-friendly and cost-effective products for the HVAC industry and a manufacturer of custom parts for the OEM market.
The company manufactures and supplies control valves, actuators and thermostats in a comprehensive range of sizes and styles. In an increasingly energy-conscious world, Spartan prides itself on supplying peripheral components and support services that exceed customer expectations. Spartan products are critical in ensuring thermal comfort and optimal indoor air quality. Its range of products are a used in highly regulated and largescale international projects where safety and health with respect to temperature and humidity are the primary driving forces for building conditions.
Major building projects worldwide have contracted Spartan Peripheral Devices and used its products, most notably the Dubai International Financial Center, the Cairo International Airport, the IBM building in Manhattan, the Verizon Project in South Africa, and the World Trade Center in Beijing.
Customers And Projects
Spartan Peripheral Devices provides a range of elements used in HVAC projects in commercial infrastructures such as apartment buildings, hotels and senior living facilities as well as medium to large industrial and office buildings such as skyscrapers, hospitals, airports and educational facilities.
Building owners, mechanical engineer consultants, OEM manufacturers of HVAC equipment, building automation system installers, wholesalers and stock distributors come to Spartan Peripheral Devices for its products and expertise.
A broad range of prestigious Canadian projects have also given their vote of confidence to Spartan Peripheral Devices, such as: 1000 De La Gauchetière in Montreal; museums and libraries like the Ottawa War Museum; public institutions like the Parliament buildings and the Superior Court in Ottawa as well as the Quebec National Assembly; major hospitals projects such as Ottawa and Montreal; and university campuses the likes of McGill University in Montreal and University of Guelph in Ontario.