Judicial Council of California, Administration Office of the Courts
Rudolph & Sletten
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Lynch
WSP Flack + Furtz
A.O. Reed provided the plumbing work for the new 22 story, 704,380 Sq. Ft. courthouse and office building. We also worked on the 182 foot pedestrian bridge and existing courthouse. We provided fuel oil piping for emergency generator, as well as installed penal plumbing fixtures for holding cells. We installed storm and sewer ejection systems, and propress fittings and piping for the domestic water system.
The BioLegend project consisted of the construction of a new 7-level parking structure, a new 129,000 SF lab/office building, new lab improvements for both the existing 2-story TI and a new 4 story lab building; totaling 169,000 SF. Our scope of work encompassed all of the plumbing and HVAC. We installed lab control valves, VRV systems, HHW boilers, air compressors, vacuum pumps, a full complete kitchen, grease interceptors, sump pumps, air handling units, IDF and MDF split systems to cool the rooms, RO/DI system, Co2, air, and vacuum systems. There was an additional cold storage area built within the loading area on the first level of CP-2. A.O. Reed provided additional de-humidification systems and fan coils for work areas within.
McCarthy Building Company
Sfeir Architects, Inc.
P2S Engineering Inc.
This plan and spec project consisted of the installation of a new, 1,400 ton chiller in the CEP, including the replacement of two primary pumps and installation of two new secondary pumps for the existing CEP with new flow meters and control valves. On the Browning Building, steam and CHW were installed and approximately 250 feet of underground CHW, steam and condensate returns. The piping continued through the underground tunnel to tie into the existing Browning Building mechanical systems. Once the underground systems were tied together and the existing Browning plant was decommissioned. The Scripps Hospital facilities remained occupied and operational throughout the project.
San Diego Unified School District
Direct to Owner
Mesquita & Associates
This project involved the installation of new HVAC rooftop units and associated ductwork, natural gas piping and condensate drainage piping, serving classrooms at 9 existing schools in San Diego. Our scope also included electrical service and structural upgrades to serve the new rooftop HVAC units.
Worked on the following schools: Zamorano Elementary School, Freese Elementary School, Boone Elementary School, School of Creative and Performing Arts, Morse High School, Fulton Elementary School, Pacific View Elementary School, Bethune Elementary School, and Angier Elementary School.
Jones Lang Lasalle
Level 10 Construction
McParlane + Associates
The Mission Federal Credit Union Headquarters project was a tenant improvement of two office buildings (2 stories each) totaling 52,400 Sq. Ft. with 1,100 of kitchen Sq. Ft. Included the renovation of an existing commercial food service/dining/facility/kitchen while the adjoining facilities remained in full operation. The project included phased construction of underground utilities adjacent to existing underground utilities, phased rough in and finished construction within the same building and same floor level; including, kitchen and facility level tolerances and the installation of fume hood ventilation and fire protection systems. Relocated 90+ water source heat pumps and tied in new systems to existing.
County of Imperial
Balfour Beatty Construction
This Design Build project consisted of two medium security detention facility buildings sitting on 1.3 acres of land and an additional building for video visitation. The two detention buildings consisted of a treatment and housing space for pre-trail and sentenced inmates with a capacity of 270. The housing areas included six two tiered, 45 bed dorm units, with a day room space, restroom/shower facilities, janitorial closets, storage and secured outdoor recreation yards. Support services in the new facility included housing control rooms, inmate program space for self-help, educational space/classrooms, worship space and a library. Administrative and staff center for training and conference rooms, office spaces, a break room, staff lockers and an armory were accommodated in the new facility. A.O. Reed was responsible for the Plumbing and HVAC scopes of work for this project.
Ballpark Village, LLC
Project involved the 37-story high rise with 436 apartment complex and the three floors of underground parking. The first floor included 120,000 Sq. Ft. of retail space, two pools, fitness center, and three community spaces. Three maintenance rooms included heat exchangers, pumps, expansion tanks to supply the tower.
LFS Developers, LLC
John Portman & Associates
McParlane + Associates
High-Rise Buildings and Hotels
The Lane Field South site consisted of a single brand IHG hotel, leased retail areas for shops and restaurants and below-grade structured parking. Shared function and amenity spaces can be found on levels 2, 3, and 4 and will include approximately 25,000 Sq. Ft. of meeting space, a breakfast dining facility, a fitness center, a spa, and an outdoor swimming pool. The 13-story guest room tower rises above this amenity level. 686 parking spaces are located below grade. New construction, facilities were not occupied. Our scope of work included: VRF heat recovery system to all 400 guestrooms, OSA to guestrooms supplied by inline booster fan, domestic plumbing (sanitary sewer, vent, domestic hot and cold water, booster pumps for domestic water system, soft water system, etc.
Rudolph & Sletten
Zimmer, Gunsul Frasca Architects
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Educational Facilities, Hospitals and Laboratories
UCSD Altman is a 8 story translational research facility with 3 stories below street level (including a below grade loading dock) and 4 stories above street level. This 354,000 Sq. Ft. building included wet and dry research labs, laboratory research spaces, a vivarium, clinical research areas, multiple conference halls and offices, lecture halls, auditoriums and a café. The project also included a central plant: 1.3 million gallon thermal energy storage tank, hot water and steam boilers. UCSD facilities remained in full operation during construction. The mechanical and plumbing systems involved a high degree of technical complexity. A.O. Reed was responsible for mechanical and plumbing scopes of work. Mechanical scope of work included VAV systems/AHU’s, boilers (heating and steam), thermal energy storage chilled water system, heat recovery chiller, chilled beams, lab exhaust, radiant heating and variable airflow by Phoenix controls. Plumbing scope included waste and vent, industrial hot and cold water lab gases (nitrogen, compressed air, vacuum and deionized water.)
This design assist project achieved LEED Silver.