NMHU Sininger Hall, Las Vegas NM
Client: New Mexico Highlands University
A renovation project to convert a classroom building to an Economic Development Center for NMHU and Northern New Mexico. Project was EDA and CDGB funded. Mechanical and electrical engineering scope included extensive system replacement.
SFCC TATC Welding Shop Upgrade, Santa Fe NM
Client: Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe
The building renovation included expanding the existing electrical system serving a classroom area design for welding training to handle another 16 welding stations. This included upgrading the electric service to the building as well.
SFPS Eldorado & Gonzales Community Schools, Santa Fe NM
Client: WoodMetalConcrete, Santa Fe
This extensive renovation to both schools in order to convert facility use from an elementary school to a K-8 school. Some old buildings were eliminated, others renovated with extensive additions and construction was phased to allow continual use of facility. Areas of work included classrooms, kitchens, libraries, offices, data rooms, gymnasiums and mechanical rooms. Mechanical and electrical systems were upgraded or replaced and asbestos abatement was required.
SFPS Aspen Community School, Santa Fe NM
Client: Claudio Vigil Architects
This project consisted of an addition and renovation to convert facility use from an elementary school to a K-8 school. The HVAC system is a VAV system with hot water reheat and full modulation control. Project was completed in two phases to allow continual use of facility.
Rio Rancho Middle School, Rio Rancho NM
Client: Yearout Mechanical Inc.
A new 90,000 square foot middle school was constructed as design/build project. M & E Engineering completed design of the mechanical and plumbing systems for the mechanical contractor as well as consultation during construction.