BIM design for the extension of the MEP systems for a 24,000 square foot new addition (two-story vertical expansion) and 80,000 square foot renovation. This project was designed to be LEED Silver Certified and the MEP systems were also designed with the AEP Incentive Program participation; a customized financial incentive payment to the owner from the specific results of the energy-saving technologies implemented by the team.
$13 million project scope of services included new high efficient domestic water heaters for building, replacement of existing inefficient lighting with T5 fluorescent lighting, medical gas design, & replacement of all existing faucets with low flow to comply with design of the LEED Silver building. In addition, a new emergency generator and new fire pump were designed for the entire building. Project was a complex phasing job with a tight budget as the Ohio State University Medical Center's Cramblett Hall is slowly over a two year period moving staff into McCampbell. This renovation helps accommodate new specialist in the once dated facility.