Fort Worth, Texas
This was a 30,000 ft2 medical examiner facility with 100% outdoor air cooling system, with 3 air handlers ducted in parallel to provide redundancy. The central chiller plant utilized two magnetic drive McQuay chillers in a variable primary system. The central boiler plant utilized two 90% efficient condensing boilers. Several spaces required large amounts of fresh air and fume hoods to control fumes. Two labs utilized pure nitrogen generators. It also included an indoor firing range. It was initially designed to be a LEED certified facility.
This was a peer review of an HVAC design for a 30,000 ft2 Call Center that was completed by another engineering firm. Many technical design issues were reviewed for compliance with Owner’s goals. We paid particular attention to HVAC noise abatement, which appeared to be forgotten by the engineer of record.
The roof-mounted helipad project consisted of designing a snow/ice melt system, foam fire suppression system, and storm drainage system with fuel/water separator. Additionally, the project included designing the air conditioning for an elevator equipment room, two mechanical rooms, and elevator lobby. An elevator hoist way exhaust system was also part of the design.
This was part of a 3 phase $17 million project. It included cage washing, clean and soiled air pressure control, mouse and rat housing rooms, other research facilities, 100% outside air, water based heat recovery, necropsy and operating rooms, receiving rooms, and steam sterilization.
Cannon AFB, New Mexico
Retrofit of an existing hangar to support the Osprey repair and maintenance facility. Included a complete redesign of HVAC exhaust, heating, cooling, and plumbing systems.
Renovate and remodel of courtroom, judge's chambers, court reporter's rooms, jury deliveration rooms. Included remodel of existing dual duct VAV and plumbing systems.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Mechanical engineer for $7.5 million recreation center. Facility consisted of indoor water park, community spaces, and classrooms.