The city needed to install a third cooling plant to cover an additional 5-10,000 tons of chilled water capacity with 10-12,000 gallons per minute pumping capacity to meet the increasing demand. However, the property presented multiple challenges.
New 40,000 SF helicopter maintenance building at Fort Hood, Texas.
The facility used abundant natural light and an energy efficient Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRF) system as strategies to help it achieve LEED Certification.
A new office building complex in the hills of west Austin receives a LEED Gold certification.
Transformation of a mountainside back into the natural Chihuahuan Desert landscape it had once been.
Researchers at the University of Texas J.J. Pickle Research Center needed more clean room space in the Microelectronics Research building, but had occupied all of the available clean space in the building.