Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Services

• Air conditioning and heating systems
• Laboratory ventilation and biocontainment
• Cleanroom and underfloor air distribution
• Chilled water, hot water, and steam central plants
• Campus distribution
• Thermal storage
• Industrial ventilation
• Indoor air quality
• Energy recovery
• Displacement ventilation
• Radiant heating and cooling

• On-site power generation
• Photovoltaic studies and design
• Power system reliability studies
• Campus distribution and master planning
• Low- and medium-voltage distribution design
• Protection and control
• Power quality analysis
• Short circuit, overcurrent protection, and arc flash studies
• Power over ethernet (POE) lighting
• Advanced lighting controls
• System-wide metering
• Design peer review
• System performance and investigation

• Medical and laboratory gases
• Medical vacuum
• High purity water

Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Clients

Navy Federal Credit Union

Architect: ASD, Inc.
Building 4 on the Navy Federal Credit Union’s Heritage Oaks Campus houses a call center that operates 24/7, as well as open office space, and supporting conference rooms and training rooms. This building achieved LEED Gold certification

Redstone Arsenal

Architect: Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
The Phase III addition to the System Software Engineering Annex (SSEA) hosts systems software development for various United States Army weapons systems. The building includes ten energy intensive multipurpose rooms for electronics research, supporting engineering workspaces for software development, and a vault to store classified materials.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Architect: Perkins+Will
Housing the Division of Laboratory Sciences for, the National Center for Environmental Health includes a combination of laboratory, laboratory support, and scientific personnel office space to support the Division’s programs.

National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center

Architect: Verner Johnson, Inc.
Associate Architect: Hecht Burdeshaw Architects, Inc.
The museum is located just outside the gates of Fort Benning, the home of the Infantry and one of the Army’s largest installations. Era galleries trace Infantry history from before the Revolutionary War to action today in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition to the 100,000 square foot exhibition hall, the building also includes a 300 seat IMAX theatre, food service facilities, and administrative offices.

University of Virginia

Architect: Ayers/Saint/Gross Inc.
Advanced bridging documents and administrative engineering services for Phase II, Phase III, and Phase IV of the Alderman Road Housing Complex. Phase II includes two five story residence halls totaling 135,650 square feet and housing over 400 students, and an 8,000 square foot student activities building. Phase III includes two residence halls for first year students and totals 127,000 square feet. Phase III includes the 61,000 square foot Residence Hall Five and achieved LEED Gold certification.

West Virginia University

Architect: Ayers/Saint/Gross Inc.
The Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Center includes wet and dry research laboratory space for the Sensory Neuroscience Research Center, translational laboratories, an imaging suite, support space, and office space for principal investigators and staff, as well as a 3,000 square foot expansion and renovation of the vivarium for additional rodent housing and support spaces. Two of the four floors, plus the basement were finished in the original construction, and two floors are shelled for future fit-up.

Grady Memorial Hospital

Architect: HOK
Expansion of the Emergency Department to create the Marcus Trauma Center at Grady Memorial Hospital. The space includes eight trauma bays, an eight bed Clinical Decision Unit for stabilized patients, a future 64 slice CT scanner, and support spaces.

Myrtle Beach International Airport

Architect: LS3P Associates Ltd.
Associate Architect: Giuliani Associates Architects, Inc.
Addition of a new terminal building and concourse, including five new gates, concession space for shopping and dining, flight and baggage information display systems, ticket counters, baggage claim carousels, airline offices, and TSA passenger and baggage screening. The addition also includes a shared use passenger processing system for ticket counters and gates, and an automated baggage handling system within the terminal on the apron level.