Marianna Kistler Beach Museum - Kansas State UniversityThis project involved the mechanical and electrical design for a new structure to house Kansas State University's art collection. The building contains exhibit spaces, classrooms, a small theater, and archival storage. Special care was taken to integrate the building and associated MEP services with the surrounding vegetation. HVAC systems were designed to provide specialized humidity and temperature control at exhibit and storage areas. Most spaces use central dimming systems which allow for custom lighting levels at each gallery area.
Fiedler Hall - Kansas State UniversityThis project consisted of the mechanical and electrical design of a new addition to Fiedler Hall, which houses the Engineering Library and Civil Engineering Department at Kansas State University. The addition connects to the existing main atrium area of the engineering complex. Spaces within the facility include laboratories, classrooms, offices, material receiving, a library and large lecture hall.
Special MEP features include laboratory fume hood exhaust, lab gases, campus steam and chilled water, and DDC controls. Laboratory spaces are 100% exhausted using a central roof mounted fixed-flow induced dilution exhaust fan. Phoenix brand controls provide space pressurization and fume hood air flows in an integrated design. Lab sinks are served by glass waste and vent piping. Campus steam is used to generate hot water for building heating and domestic hot water. Connecting the entire HVAC system is an extension of the campus Honeywell DDC controls.