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Fort Eustis, VA
LEED Silver: The new 264,000 square foot N+1 facility consists of administrative space, data floor, secure operational spaces, and maintenance areas. Commissioning services included design and submittal review, development of testing procedures, installation inspections, and functional testing. Weekly scheduling meetings and daily progress reports supported this project to be delivered operational prior to building occupation.
MCB Quantico, VA
LEED Silver: 720,000 square feet, N+1, facility included two levels of critical data floors, office space, laboratory space, classrooms, commercial kitchen and maintenance space. Our services included MEP coordination and site inspections. In additional to the normal building systems, this facility included fuel farm, 8MWs of emergency power, redundant 750kW UPS lineup, and critical/non-critical cooling systems.
FDA Consolidated CBER Laboratory
Silver Springs, MD
441,320 square foot, multi-level laboratory facility, pursuing LEED certification. This animal research and testing facility has BSL-3 laboratories, multiple clean rooms, surgery and procedure rooms, holding rooms, and office space. Our commissioning services for this current project include development and execution of testing procedures. In addition to normal testing, we will be verifying air barrier, pressurization, and emergency recovery during power loss.
District of Columbia Court of Appeals
104,000 square foot renovation of a four level historic 1820 courthouse and first City Hall. The restoration effort consisted of installation of new state of the art mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems. Our services were utilized for design review, site inspections, development and execution of testing procedures. The unique systems included energy recovery chiller, air recovery units and emergency generator.
Bank of America, Critical Data Center
Our professional commissioning services have been utilized for a number of existing facility system upgrades. These services include review of construction documents, detailed sequence of operations, constructability, and integration / compatibility with existing systems. These projects require testing and integration into existing facility systems and operations while data floor uptime is maintained. Commissioning projects include the following new systems: 1800 ton chillers, cooling towers, above ground thermal storage tank, UPS systems, computer room units, and central humidification system.
Academic Research Center
Retro-Commissioning Jefferson Lab
122,000 square foot, seven story academic research building constructed in 1999 at Jefferson Laboratory. The building is comprised of laboratory space, offices, maintenance areas, and atrium. Retro-commissioning services included confirming laboratory equipment operations and pressurization, testing equipment performance including air and water balancing, and verification of building automated sequence of operations. The final report provided a comprehensive deficiency list utilized by the owner to correct maintenance issues and program future energy improvement projects.
National Center for State Courts
42,000 square foot, three level office and research facility. Retro-commissioning services included inspection and testing of mechanical equipment, review and trending of sequence of operations, and development of energy consumption baseline as compared to similar facilities. Our evaluation provided a detailed equipment deficiency list and recommendations for improving automated controls, modification of original equipment installations, and additional energy management opportunities.
20,000 square foot office and production facility. The Retro-Commissioning effort included assessments of building envelope, mechanical equipment, electrical lighting, electrical plug loads, central AHU, automated controls system, and chilled and heated water systems. The report included an Infrared Thermography Report identifying areas of building envelop deterioration, recommendations for improving production process, and suggestions for upgrades of mechanical systems.