Multi-Family

 

M & E Engineering has performed mechanical, plumbing, electrical and solar design for the following apartment complexes:

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Sterling Downtown Apartments, Albuquerque NM

Client: Dekker/Perich/Sabatini. 2018

 

Villa Hermosa Apartments, Santa Fe NM

Client: Pavilion Construction and Service Electric and Thomas Gifford Architect, 2018

Pasa Tiempo Apartments, Santa Fe NM

Client: Pavilion Construction and Service Electric & Jeebs and Zuzu. 2018

Railyard Flats multi-family residential building, Santa Fe NM

Client: Dekker/Perich/Sabatini. 2018

Arroyo Vista Apartments, Albuquerque NM

Client: Jeebs and Zuzu. 2018

Las Soleras, Santa Fe Nm

CLient: Client: Dekker/Perich/Sabatini. 2018

Diamond Mesa Apartments, Albuquerque NM

Client: Galway Construction. 2015

Colonial Hillcrest Apartments, Carlsbad NM

Client: Autotroph. 2017-2018

Eunice Affordable Housing, Eunice NM

Client: Autotroph. 2017-2018

Artesia Affordable Housing Roselawn Manor, Artesia NM

Client: Autotroph. 2017-2018

Canyon Stone Apartments Ph. II, Artesia NM

Client: Service Electric. 2015

Copperstone Apartments Ph.III, Carlsbad NM

Client: TNT Technologies. 2015

Laughlin Apartments, Santa Fe NM

Client: Maude Davis (owner). 2015

Pearl Apartments, Albuquerque NM

Client: Johnson Controls. 2013-2014

Villa Alegre Apartments, Santa Fe NM

Client: Duty and Germanas. 2014

 

Platinum Apartments, Albuquerque Nm

Client: Environmental Dynamics Inc. (EDI). 2015.

Our services for the 50,000 sq ft Platinum Apartments included design for electrical, mechanical and plumbing. As well as the required engineering for dry pipe sprinkler system.

 

Village in the Bosque, Bernalillo NM

Client: Autotroph. 2014

Full mechanical and electrical, including site power distribution, design services for design/build of affordable housing. The sized of the development is 98 units with a senior living section as well as a large community building. These units are all electric, single family dwellings, with future solar expansion capability. Complex design is Energy Star compliant, HERS 60 rated, and the project intends to be awarded LEED Platinum.

 
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Diamond Mesa, Albuquerque NM

Client: Galway Construction, Inc.

Mechanical and electrical design for master permit plans for multi-family and single family detached dwellings. The project was designed for the developer with the intent of replicating each building several times. Work required preparations for master permitting, on-going permit support, and performance of energy calculations required for housing - Res check, Com check, and Manual J & D calculations.

 
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Arrowwood, Albuquerque NM

Client: Galway Construction, Inc.

Mechanical design for development of detached single family housing complex. Work included energy calculations of Manual J and D calculations as well as single line ductwork layouts.

 
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SMU Taos Campus, New Student Casita, Taos NM

Client: Atkin Olshin Schade Architects, Santa Fe

2010 LEED Gold for New Construction

The Southern Methodist University New Student Casita is a dormitory with multiple bedrooms, a common room and computer room. The Casita achieved LEED Gold through innovation in construction and passive heating technologies. M&E Engineering was responsible for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing design of the facility from programming and construction document delivery to LEED Energy modeling and construction walkthroughs. The building heating system consists of in floor radiant heating with natural ventilation. All spaces are designed for proper air flow with open windows and fans to circulate fresh air throughout the building. Passive solar technologies, South facing windows, and structurally insulated panels helped this building achieve the high LEED certification of Gold.

The building is highly insulated and utilizes water-harvesting pumice wicks, energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems, low-flow plumbing fixtures, drought-resistant vegetation, passive solar orientation, natural ventilation, radiant heating, and recycled content materials.

 
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Ohkay Owingeh HUD Housing Restoration, San Juan NM

Client: Atkin Olshin Schade Architects, Santa Fe

This project involved extensive renovation and additions of 9 historic houses. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were carefully removed and replaced to minimize disturbance of the original structure and historical fabric of the buildings and the site.