Marine Corps Air Station
Base living quarters for 324 marines, the project included
demolition of two existing buildings, hazardous material abatement,
site work and construction of a new 3-story BEQ and separate
core building with laundry facilities. The project was designed
in metric units and included “sustainable” design
elements, utilizing renewable energy and building resources.
Our scope of work included plumbing, fire protection, mechanical,
and electrical systems. Plumbing design featured fixtures,
cold & hot water, two separate steam/hot water heaters
and DWV. Fire protection design included a combination wet
pipe and dry pipe (attic area) sprinkler system. Mechanical
system provided series fan-powered variable air volume (VAV)
terminal units with four VAV air handling units, separate
split systems for the core building, 345 kw (100 tons) air-cooled
chiller, steam/hot water heat exchanger, chilled and hot water
distribution piping and DDC controls. Electrical design included
extensive site power distribution (overhead & underground),
exterior lighting, building power, interior lighting, fire
alarm, telecommunications/data systems, and cable TV systems.
Owner: U. S.
Navy, Atlantic Division
Type: New Construction
68,190 sq. ft.