Commercial

601 Massachusetts Ave

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601 Massachusetts Ave

Engenium Group provided MEP services for this office space renovation, including two spec suite fit-ups (6,000 SF) on level 2, and renovations to the elevator lobbies and multi-tenant coorridors (2,000 SF) on levels 2 and 3.

Each office suite contains a reception area, conference space, offices, workstations, pantry and LAN room. The multitenant space includes a shared hallway, restrooms, storage space, two stairs, and an elevator lobby.

  • Mechanical
    • Reuse of base building systems.
    • Addition of 3 new terminal units to satisfy zoning requirements.
    • Modification of distribution systems to coordinate with the new layout.
    • New HVAC supply and return diffusers to serve each suite.
  • Electrical
    • New lighting, outlets, and switches to coordinate with new layout.
    • Daylight controls for perimeter spaces.
  • Plumbing

    Selection of new plumbing equipment and fixtures.

Allegis Group

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Allegis Group

loor renovation of the Allegis Group corporate office. The project involved a full tenant fit-up of the 65,000 SF interior space over five separate phases.

The program for the renovated space included a reception area, open and closed office space, collaboration areas, closed conference rooms, a pantry and bar, IT closets, and restrooms.

Scope included:

  • Site survey and preparation of existing condition drawings.
  • Due diligence assessment and report summarizing systems and recommendations for resuse, modification, or replacement, with the goal of optimizing existing systems where possible.
  • Mechanical
    • Reuse of existing primary mechanical systems upstream of terminal units, and new ventilation air handling unit to support conference center.
    • Reconfiguration of thermal zoning to be consistent with tenant requirement. A thermal zone diagram of the space with color-coded zones and thermostat locations prepared after the renovation.
  • Electrical

    New interior lighting layouts and emergency power to IT closets.

  • Plumbing

    New plumbing at restrooms and pantry areas.

1401 H Street

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1401 H Street

Engenium Group provided Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing engineering services to support 13,000 SF of renovations to limited public areas, including the main entrance, main lobby, multiple elevator lobbies and lounges, courtyard, penthouse and roof terrace.

In addition, our team completed a vestibule energy analysis and were able to offset 35,000 KWH energy loss from eliminating vestibule with energy savings from parking garage LED lighting. Engenium Group worked closely with DCRA to navigate alternate compliance paths to meet energy and green code requirements.

  • Mechanical
    • New 2,000 cfm, 5-ton water source heat hump for fitness center
    • 6-ton split system heat pumps serving the penthouse and roof terrace
  • Electrical

    New LED light fixtures and code compliant controls

  • Plumbing
    • New domestic water heater to serve roof terrace and lobby amenities
    • Sump drainage for elevator hoistways

Leidos Hess Lab

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Leidos Hess Lab

Engenium Group provided the mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering design for this 2,500 square foot mission critical data center located in Vienna, VA. The project was designed as part of a fast-track effort to prepare the space for a government client, with a total elapsed time of less than three months between design kick-off and substantial completion.

  • Mechanical

    The design includes three 225kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units in an N+1 configuration distributing power via overhead busway in a robust A/B configuration which eliminates potential downtime. Further redundancy is provided by the existing facility’s full generator backup capabilities. Thermal loading in the space is offset by chilled water computer room air conditioning units with over 125 tons of cooling capacity, also configured in an N+1 arrangement. Hydronic piping serving the units is routed underfloor to mitigate the potential for leak-related equipment damage, and high-intensity quartz infrared humidifiers facilitate tight control of humidity setpoints to minimize the potential for undue arcing.

  • Electrical
  • Plumbing

1218 16th Street

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1218 16th Street

Built in 1907 and renovated in 1977, this 16,000 SF historic office building was completely renovated as part of a rebranding and marketing effort. The project was completed in three phases:

Phase 1: Due Diligence Assessment. We surveyed the space and issued a report summarizing the existing conditions and making recommendations for modification and upgrade in preparation for the future tenant.

Phase 2: “White Box” / Warm-Lit Shell. We prepared demolition drawings and renovated the space consistent with a white box / warm-lit shell for future tenant fit-up. Utility services were upgraded to support the future tenant.

Phase 3: Office Fit-Up. Conversion of the shell space into a full office fit-up. New MEP distribution systems were installed to support high-end office tenant.

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing

Thames Street Wharf

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Thames Street Wharf

Engenium Group completed many office fit-up projects within this 260,000 SF, eight-story, LEED Gold office building located at Harbor Point in Baltimore, MD. The building includes underfloor air distribution, energy recovery ventilation system, and redundant power. The office fit-ups ranged in size from 2,000 to 20,000 SF.

  • Mechanical
    • Two (2) 20,000 cfm roof top, air to air energy recovery, ventilation air handling units
    • Two (2) 2MW and one (1) 500kw emergency power generators
    • 10,000 gallons of fuel oil storage providing minimum 3-day back-up
    • 900 tons on comfort cooling and an additional 200 tons of process cooling
    • Sixteen (16) custom 24,00 cfm self contained air handling units with hot gas bypass heating and dehumidification
    • Underfloor air distribution with 63F supply air provided through floor diffusers
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing

    20,000 gallon emergency water storage providing cooling tower make-up water

1401 New York Ave

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1211 Connecticut Avenue

Engenium Group is providing commissioning services for the substantial renovation of a 12-story, occupied office building located at 1401 New York Avenue, NW in Washington, DC.

Commissioning Services
Develop Commissioning Plan
Equipment Start-up
Pre-Functional Testing
Functional Performance Testing
Corrective Action Log

The renovation scope includes construction of a new DOAS HVAC system for the office tenant floors while maintaining the existing Water Cooled Heat Pump system on a few occupied or partially occupied floors. The fire alarm system and fire protection electrical infrastructure will be reused. The building skin will be replaced, including infill of the ground floor arcade to the property line in order to add retail floor area. New ammenities include a fitness and conferencing facility on the B1 level, a new building lobby, and roof deck.

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  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing

1250 I Street NW

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1250 I St NW

Engenium worked with VOA Associates to perform an existing building analysis and proposed improvements of the office building located at 1250 I Street, NW in Washington, DC. Engenium performed a feasibility study for the purpose of identifying the preferred MEP scope of work associated with future renovations of the existing base building systems.

The repositioned project scope includes:
– Parking garage bike storage and car charging stations
– New elevator lobby with associated MEP infrastructure upgrade
– Fitness center building amenity and dedicated HVAC system
– New building envelope
– Addition of a roof terrace including elevator extension and relocation of primary mechanical equipment.

1211 Connecticut Avenue

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1211 Connecticut Avenue

Working collaboratively with the owner, Engenium Group identified multiple capital improvement projects to help address the serious temperature complaints experienced in the facility. A qualitative evaluation matrix cost estimate helped optimize renovation scope to include new boilers, new air handling units, conversion of constant volume to variable volume systems, and replacement of perimeter induction units. Project included; design of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems including primary, central plant systems, and distribution systems.

  • Mechanical
    • Conversion of pneumatic control system to electronic energy management system.
    • Two (2) new 100% OA ventilation air handling units with total airflow of 55,000cfm.
    • New 2-pipe, perimeter induction unit system with primary airflow control
    • Variable volume chilled and heating hot water systems with optimized temperatures.
    • Refurbished MEP systems serving renovated entry lobby and bathroom cores.
  • Electrical

    New LED lighting, dimmable controls, and daylighting sequences.

  • Plumbing

    New variable volume primary pumping system with redundant 15 H.P. pumps.

601 Massachusetts Ave

1024 576 Engenium Group

601 Massachusetts Ave

Engenium Group provided MEP services for this office space renovation, including two spec suite fit-ups (6,000 SF) on level 2, and renovations to the elevator lobbies and multi-tenant cooridors (2,000 SF) on levels 2 and 3.

  • Mechanical
    • New HVAC supply and return diffusers to serve each suite
    • Selection of new plumbing equipment and fixtures
  • Electrical
    • New lighting, outlets and switches to coordinate with new layout
    • Daylight controls for perimeter spaces
  • Plumbing
    • New plumbing equipment and fixtures
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