• SAPD Property and Evidence Building
    Client: Debra J. Dockery, Architect/FA Nunnelly Co.
    Construction cost: $10.1 M
    Completion: 2010

    CoSA Police Property and Evidence Building, San Antonio, TXRenovation of an existing 170,000 square foot facility to house a 112,500 sq ft property and evidence storage warehouse, administrative offices, and vehicle storage building. MEP services included the incorporation of high-efficiency HVAC systems into the design, complete replacement of lighting system with high-efficiency lighting and cost-saving incentives utilizing CPS rebates. Installed motion sensors on the aisles, emergency generator for back-up power, high bay truck lighting for the SWAT team, security systems and new fire alarm system. Plumbing Systems included hot and cold water distribution system, sanitary waste and vent systems, and fire sprinkler systems and showers for the SWAT team area.

  • City of San Antonio Fire Station No. 19
    Client: Debra J. Dockery, Architect
    Construction cost: $3.8 M
    Completion 2011

    Design of a new 15,000 square foot City of San Antonio Fire station. The 2-story facility consisted of four bays for fire trucks and EMS, offices, commercial kitchen equipment, a work out facility and sleeping quarters for EMS and firefighters. Mechanical design of the air conditioning system, heating and ventilation of truck bays, associated control systems, general purpose exhaust systems for restrooms, domestic hot and cold water, natural gas, sanitary waste and ventilation and associated control system, and fire sprinkler system. Electrical design for the project includes interior and exterior lighting systems, site-area lighting to include walkways and parking lots, general purpose power, fire alarm system, telephone, security, closed circuit television, intercom and data conduit systems.

  • Walzem Family YMCA of San Antonio
    Client: Marmon Mok Architecture
    Construction cost: $3.1 M
    Completed: 2010

    Walzem Family YMCA, San Antonio, TX MEP design services for a new 35,000 square foot fitness center to include a gymnasium, lockers, exercise room, weights and cardio room indoor swimming pool. The project is LEED registered seeking Silver certification. Mechanical design services included the building air conditioning system including heating, cooling, ventilation and associated control system, general purpose exhaust systems for the restrooms, domestic hot and cold water, natural gas, sanitary waste and vent systems within the building and connecting to the existing services. A pretreatment outside air unit was installed in the exercise room for humidity control and the pool room included a dehumidification system. General purpose exhaust systems were designed for the restrooms. The project won a Commercial Construction honorable mention at the Green Building Awards.

  • Haven for Hope Medical /Dental Clinic
    Client: Valla Design Group
    Construction cost: $5 M
    Completed: 2010

    Haven for Hope Security Facility, San Antonio, TXRenovation of a 35,000 square foot one-story building to house a medical and dental clinic. MEP services included the design of HVAC system for the intake area and rooftop package equipment, general purpose exhaust systems and specialized exhaust systems for surgery and lab hoods; domestic hot and cold water, natural gas, sanitary waste and vent systems, and a new wet pipe fire sprinkler system. Medical gas systems included vacuum, nitrous oxide, and oxygen designed to include vacuum pumps, manifolds, alarm valves, and outlets. Electrical services included the design of interior lighting, exterior lighting for parking lot, site lighting, general purpose power to include replacement of existing electrical systems, fire alarm system and conduit system for telephone, security, closed circuit television and data.

  • Haven for Hope Security Facility
    Client: Valla Design Group
    Construction cost: $1 M
    Completion: 2010

    Haven for Hope Security Facility, San Antonio, TX Renovation of a 5,000 sq ft one-story building to house a security and multi-purpose building. Design of the HVAC system, water services, natural gas, sanitary waste and vent systems, wet pipe fire sprinkler system, site lighting, general purpose power and replacement of existing electrical systems, fire alarm system and security systems. The Haven for Hope project received the AIA National Housing Award and National HUD/Secretary Award.

  • Alamodome Transit Facility
    Client: VIA Metropolitan Transit
    Project cost: $5 M
    Completion: 1992

    MEP services for a transit delivery point to the Alamodome. MEP design services included a unique ventilation system to provide fresh air to the passenger waiting area and exterior lighting to the transit lanes, pedestrian walkways above and power for ventilation equipment.

  • San Antonio Riverwalk Electrical Upgrades
    Client: RVK Architects
    Project cost: $230,000
    Completion: 2008

    Electrical upgrades for the San Antonio Riverwalk consisted of electrical design services for the South Presa Street Bridge area and the River Extension Area (the east section from River Bend to Y in channel to the Convention Center).

    Electrical services for the South Presa Street Bridge area included upgrades for the electrical services distribution system.

    • Distribution panel on the north side of the river in a weatherproof enclosure
    • Circuit breakers and conduits for future Christmas lighting purposes
    • Repair of existing conduits for tree lighting
    • Hardscape and landscaping cutting & patching to include electrical rooms or enclosures
  • Haven for Hope Detox and Community Court Center
    Client: Valla Design Group
    Construction cost $3.2 M
    Completion: 2008

    Design/build project for the renovation of a one-story building, approximately 20,000 square feet into a facility to house a courtroom, crisis respite bed center and IOPC area. The facility includes an initial intake area with holding beds, a second stage dormitory space and a community court. MEP design services included HVAC Systems, plumbing & vandal resistant fixtures, lighting and power systems.

  • Mission Road Ministries
    Client: Marmon Mok Architecture
    Construction cost: $2.8 M
    Completed: 2010

    Fire Station No. 19, San Antonio, TX MEP design services for a new one story, 12,000 gross square foot multi-purpose building. Mechanical systems included high-efficiency air conditioning systems with cooling, heating, ventilation and associated digital control system and small split DX system for IT equipment cooling, condensate is pumped to a rainwater collection system used for landscape irrigation, general purpose exhaust systems, domestic hot & cold water, natural gas, sanitary waste & vent systems, interior roof drainage and fire sprinkler system. The Electrical Systems included building interior and exterior lighting systems, to include site/area lighting for walkways and parking lots, general purpose power, fire alarm system and telephone & data conduit systems.

  • City of San Antonio Roosevelt Park Community Center
    Client: DHR Architects
    Construction cost: $1.2 M
    Completed: 2007

    Construction of a community facility near the historic San Antonio Missions. Project designed to aesthetically resemble the 18th century stone buildings present and form a complex with the existing bathhouse and restrooms at the park. Mechanical services for the design of the air conditioning systems including heating, cooling, ventilation and associated control systems; domestic hot and cold water, natural gas, sanitary waste and vent systems, and general purpose exhaust systems. Electrical services for the design of the interior and exterior lighting system; general purpose power; fire alarm system, and telephone conduit systems.

  • City of San Antonio Miraflores Park Phase I Improvements
    Client: RVK Architects
    Project cost: $230,000
    Completion: 2008

    Illumination of the east side of Brackenridge Park at various points along and north of the bridge using pole-mounted fixtures that resembled existing ones in the park area. The project included coordination of communication conduits across the bridge.

  • Municipal /Community

    • Boliver Hall Electrical Renovations, City of San Antonio
    • Municipal Plaza Elevator & Electrical Modernization, City of San Antonio
    • Municipal Plaza AV Control Room Renovations, City of San Antonio
    • Frank Garrett Center HVAC Upgrades, City of San Antonio
    • City Hall Fire Sprinkler & Fire Alarm Addition, City of San Antonio
    • Cortez Library Addition, San Antonio, TX
    • Alamodome Domestic Water Pressure Booster Addition, City of San Antonio
    • Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Water Boosters, City of San Antonio
    • Northwest Service Center Lighting / Parking Lot Improvements, City of San Antonio
    • Folklife Festival Electrical Upgrades, Institute of Texan Cultures, City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation
    • Frank Wing Building Boiler Replacement, San Antonio, TX
    • Burbank High School Sports Field Lighting, San Antonio, TX
    • Lytle Sports Complex Master Plan, Lytle, TX
    • Braundera YMCA and Pool Facility, San Antonio, TX
    • Lackland ISD Soccer Field Lighting, San Antonio, TX
    • Velocity Sports Performance, San Antonio, TX
    • Camp Mira Sol Multi-purpose Facility, Waring, TX
    • St. Mary's Parish Hall, Fredericksburg, TX
    • Lincoln Park Pool Renovation, San Antonio, TX
    • Rodriguez Park Lighting, San Antonio, TX
    • San Juan de Los Lagos Community Center, San Antonio, TX
    • Central Christian Church, San Antonio, TX
    • Good Samaritan Center Phase 3, San Antonio, TX
    • Villa Coronado Park Improvements, City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation