Projects - University of South Florida
New Administration and Instructional Facility
Mechanical and electrical engineering for the first building on the new Sarasota USF campus. Project consists of 98,000 s.f., three stories with classroom, computer labs, lecture hall, food courts, and administrative offices. Design included HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire protection and telecommunications.
Magnolia Apartments Student Housing
Mechanical and electrical engineering and construction administration services for this new, 498 bed student housing complex consisting of eight buildings. Design included HVAC, plumbing, power distribution, interior lighting, exterior lighting, fire alarm, security and telecommunications. Telecommunications design included fiber distribution from the campus network, category 5E compliant horizontal distribution, and TV cabling.
Children's Research Institute - BSL3 Lab
University of South Florida - St. Petesburg Campus
Mechanical and electrical engineering with bid and construction phase services for the renovation of approx. 6,000 s.f. for a new Level 3 biological safety lab. Design included HVAC, plumbing, power and lighting. Design required careful consideration of air balance and equipment coordination.
Mechanical and electrical engineering design and construction administration services for this new 2-story office. Design included HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, electrical design, video conferencing and complete voice/data network infrastructure.
Alumni Center Building Expansion
Mechanical and electrical engineering for a 20,000 s.f. expansion, including a multi-purpose conference center with administrative offices. Design included voice/data network and sound system infrastructure for teleconference and state-of-the-art AV system.
AHEC Renovations Phase 1 and Phase 2
Mechanical and electrical engineering design and construction phase services for the remodeling of the interior space at the MDT Building at USF Tampa campus. Design includes HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, electrical power distribution adjustments, new lighting, new fire alarm devices and voice/data cabling.
Center for Urban Transportation Research
Mechanical and electrical engineering for this new, approximately 20,000 s.f. building designed for research and development. The building has two 100 seat seminar rooms equipped for remote TV broadcast via fiber optic transmission to the adjacent engineering building. Design included service entrance from the campus primary distribution system, building power distribution, lighting, fire alarm and communications. Design also included a HVAC, plumbing fire protection and complete voice/data communications cabling system which was design to be category 5 compliant using UTP and fiber optic backbone cabling.