Integrated design for a proposed new 43,000 sq. ft. natatorium with Olympic pool and seating for 500 spectators. Designed for a non-profit organization, the complex included an outdoor pool with training, fitness and competition features, three-loop slide, sprayground, and beach entry. The project was designed to LEED Silver criteria and featured stormwater recharge system, dark [...]
Engineering design to convert an existing historic home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, into an Underground Railroad museum. The property is part of the National Park Service’s Network to Freedom program. The mechanical system employs high-velocity ventilation to minimize the duct sizes in the historic building with plaster walls.
Integrated engineering for a major adaptive reuse urban redevelopment project. An existing cigar factory was converted into a LEED Silver Certified technology building with loft-style offices. The historic building is complemented by a modernistic addition for vertical transportation, utility access, and public areas. This project received the “Overall Excellence” award from the Green Building Association [...]
Engineering design for a new 6,600 sq. ft. non-profit headquarters building with offices, conference room, retail area, kitchenette, and secured storage.
Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, structural, and civil engineering for a major new 107,000 sq. ft. sanctuary building with seating for 2,700 people. The congregation is focused on performing arts, and the facility includes Broadway-grade theatrical sound (1,000,000 watts) and lighting (1,500,000 watts) systems, broadcast booth with seven cameras, green room, chorus room, orchestra room, [...]