MEP

1401 New York Ave

1024 819 Engenium Group

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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1250 I Street NW

706 559 Engenium Group

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

983 1024 Engenium Group

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.

Stanton Elementary School

1024 683 Engenium Group

Stanton Elementary School

Project scope included the complete upgrade of all mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems of the 60,000 SF existing main school building, as well as the design of a 30,000 SF new addition. The project design supports a LEED Gold rating, based on LEED 2009 for School New Construction and Major Renovations. A fast-track design and construction schedule enabled the 60,000 SF first phase to be completed over the summer in time for the start of school in the late August.

  • Mechanical
    • New variable refrigerant flow (VRV) heat recovery system (125 tons existing building, 79 tons new).
    • Independent temperature control for each classroom.
    • Three dedicated 100% outdoor air ventilation energy recovery units.
    • 100-500 CFM VAV ventilation terminal units with occupancy sensor.
    • Two 199 MBH gas fired domestic water heaters.
  • Electrical

    New LED lighting, dimmable controls, and daylighting sequences.

  • Plumbing

    25% water reduction with low flow plumbing fixtures.

Goding Elementary School

1024 567 Engenium Group

Goding Elementary School

We provided Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design services for the renovation and modernization of the School Within A School at Goding. Project scope included replacing the existing HVAC system and designing the new automatic wet sprinkler system throughout the entire Anne M. Goding Elementary School facility. The building was originally built in 1959, and underwent significant renovation in 2004 that included replacing the exterior cladding, modernizing the HVAC system, and replacing interior finishes in the academic wing. Goding contains 58,200 SF of space, of which includes a 50,000 SF four-story classroom wing, a 3,400 SF multi-purpose room, and a 2,800 SF cafeteria. The project was delivered through a design-bid-build contract, and construction as performed during the late spring/summer of 2016.

  • Mechanical
    • Heat recovery VRF for heating and cooling the building.
    • DOAS unit for ventilating the building, to include an energy recovery device, supply fan, exhaust fan, air filtration, natural gas heating section, and direct expansion cooling coil with hot gas reheat.
    • Building Management System (BMS) to integrate with the new HVAC systems.
  • Electrical

    New LED lighting, dimmable controls, and daylighting sequences.

  • Plumbing

National Children’s Museum

1024 675 Engenium Group

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1333 New Hampshire Ave.

We provided Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design services for the fitup of the new museum space located at the Reagan Building.

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