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SDUSD Region 4

San Diego, CA

Owner:

San Diego Unified School District

General Contractor:

Soltek Pacific Construction

Architect:

JCJ Architecture, Inc.

Engineer:

BSE Engineering, Inc.

Contract Value:

$7,700,000

Year Completed:

2018

Sector:

Educational Facilities

SDUSD Region 4

San Diego, CA

About:

HVAC retrofit at multiple school sites within the San Diego Unified School District. Our scope of work included: installation of new rooftop package units, DX split systems, window AC units, gas heaters, supply/exhaust fans, air distribution, new natural gas distribution systems, condensate drains, and any associated ductwork or refrigerant piping.

Worked on the following schools: Valencia Park Elementary School, Nye Elementary School, Oak Park Elementary School, Johnson Elementary School, Perry Elementary School, Paradise Hills Elementary School, Horton Elementary School, Webster Elementary School and Millennial Tech Middle School.

 

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SDUSD Region 2

SDUSD Region 2, San Diego, CA

Owner:

San Diego Unified School District

Architect:

JCJ Architecture, Inc.

Contract Value:

$6,317,237

Year Completed:

2015

Sector:

Educational Facilities

SDUSD Region 2

SDUSD Region 2, San Diego, CA

About:

Furnish & Install new HVAC systems serving existing classroom buildings. Scope of work included new roop top A/C units. Associated ductwork and refrigerant piping. Plumbing included new natural gas distribution systems and associated condensate drains.

Owner- San Diego Unified School District
Contact- Don Nestor – 858-668-6106
Original Contract Amount- $6,317,237
Final Contract Amount-$6,317,237
Completion Date- 10/23/15

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SDUSD Region 1

SDUSD Region 1, San Diego, CA

Owner:

San Diego Unified School District

Architect:

Platt/Whitelaw Architects, Inc.

Contract Value:

$6,054,937

Year Completed:

2015

Sector:

Educational Facilities

SDUSD Region 1

SDUSD Region 1, San Diego, CA

About:

Furnish & Install new HVAC systems serving existing classroom buildings. Scope of work included new roop top A/C units. Associated ductwork and refrigerant piping. Plumbing included new natural gas distribution systems and associated condensate drains.

Owner- San Diego Unified School District
Contact- Don Nestor – 858-668-6106
Original Contract Amount-$6,054,379
Final Contract Amount-$6,054,937
Completion Date- 10/31/2015

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Petco Headquarters

SDUSD Region 1, San Diego, CA

Owner:

Petco Corporate

Architect:

Smith Consulting Architects

Contract Value:

$6,388,465

Year Completed:

08/01/2015

Sector:

Industrial and Commercial Facilities

Petco Headquarters

SDUSD Region 1, San Diego, CA

About:

Design Assist: Petco National Service Center is a 257,111 square foot national corporate office facility consisting of a Starbucks store, a 9,431 sq.ft. cafeteria, 10 coffee bars and 7 large bathrooms. The open ceiling office spaces and Atrium are conditioned by (5) 32,000 cfm Rooftop AC units, (2) Liebert Computer Room AC units, (208) VAV boxes, (17) Exhaust Fans, (2) Hydronic boilers and (2) HHW pumps.

Owner- Petco Corporate
Original Contract Amount-$4,549,463
Final Contract Amount-$6,388,465
Completion Date-10/31/15

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Midway Museum

703 16TH St, Ste. 200, San Diego, CA 92101

Owner:

Midway Museum

Architect:

AVRP Studios

Contract Value:

$3,963,000.00

Year Completed:

12/30/2014 to 7/30/16

Sector:

Naval Ship Museum

Midway Museum

703 16TH St, Ste. 200, San Diego, CA 92101

About:

HVAC and Plumbing Systems Improvements

Owner- Midway Museum
Contact- Charles Gordon
Original Contract Amount-$214,720
Final Contract Amount-$3,963,000.00
Completion Date- 12/30/2014

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Universal Studios P-469, Fast and the Furious

Universal City, CA

Owner:

Universal Studios, LLC

General Contractor:

Clark Construction

Architect:

AECOM

Contract Value:

$9,831,426

Year Completed:

2015

Sector:

Entertainment & Theme Parks

Universal Studios P-469, Fast and the Furious

Universal City, CA

About:

The enormous 65,000-square-foot building, newly constructed 800-foot-long and six-story-tall structure is longer than two football fields. The studio backlot tram is situated atop a 200-foot-long motion simulator and will roll, pitch, undulate and vibrate as riders experience simulated collisions with cars, debris, shrapnel and missiles in correlation with action on the screen. Wind effects will create the illusion the tram is accelerating to 120 mph.

The facility is conditioned through standalone chillers, cooling towers, Air Handling Units, Heating Hot Water Boilers and pumps. Also installed within the facility are many special effect utilities such as steam boilers mixing steam with Liquide Nitrogen creating fog, the installation of a hydraulic systems creating tram mover simulation and the installation of 2000 cubic foot Air Receiver along with 6-Air Dryers and Reverse Osmosis System.

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Olympic Training Center

Chula Vista, CA

Owner:

Easton Sports Development Foundation

General Contractor:

Kiewit Building Group

Architect:

Bob Easton AIA Architect

Engineer:

Mechanical Engineering Consultants

Contract Value:

$2,400,000

Year Completed:

2014

Sector:

Gymnasiums/Stadiums/Field Houses

Olympic Training Center

Chula Vista, CA

About:

The Easton Archery Training Center and Housing Complex is an official United States Olympic Archery Center for training, competition, research and continuing development of the sport.

The project was designed to meet the highest possible standards of LEED certification, sustainability and energy efficient design.

The two story 43,874 sf Archery Center Building, which includes a 22,846 sf 70 meter indoor archery range, is air conditioned using Variable Refrigerant Flow technology (VRF), including (7) heat pump condensing units and (23) Fan Coils, multiple exhaust systems, all controlled by a DDC Building Management System.

The two story (30) unit Athlete Housing Complex with private bath and kitchenettes are air conditioned using Variable Refrigerant Flow technology (VRF), including (4) heat pump condensing units and (30) Fan Coils, multiple exhaust systems, all controlled by a DDC Building Management System.

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Lane Field North Hotel

San Diego, CA

Owner:

LFN Developers & Hensel Phelps Development

General Contractor:

Hensel Phelps

Architect:

John Portman & Associates

Engineer:

McParlane & Associates

Contract Value:

$6,300,000

Year Completed:

2015

Sector:

High-Rise Buildings and Hotels

Lane Field North Hotel

San Diego, CA

About:

Lane Field North is the newest addition to the Marriott family of hotels. This 400 room, 18 story hotel is located across from the San Diego bay at 900 Bayfront court.

As a design build partner on the project, A.O. Reed provided innovative strategies for the plumbing system which fit both the design criteria and budget for the hotel. Successfully blending these aspects played a major role in the success of the project.

The plumbing system is based around a multi zone concept with domestic hot water boilers, storage tanks, and anti-scaling water filtration located on the roof to make the best use of limited space. The hotel has 247 overnight and 147 extended stay guestrooms with kitchenette. There is also a full service kitchen, 2 laundry rooms, 1 house and 1 guest, 8 public & employee restrooms, a pool shower, below grade ejector pumps, and a storm drain filter.

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UCLA CHS South Tower TI

Los Angeles, CA

Owner:

Regents of the University of California

General Contractor:

PCL Construction

Architect:

Zimmer, Gunsul Frasca Architects

Engineer:

IBE Consulting Engineers

Contract Value:

$22,175,414

Year Completed:

2015

UCLA CHS South Tower TI

Los Angeles, CA

About:

This LEED Certified project involved the renovation of the UCLA CHS South Tower, a 443,387 Sq. Ft., building. It consisted of renovations / tenant improvements to floors 2-10 within the existing shell and core of the former hospital building. The floors beneath were occupied and remained operational during construction. Phased construction schedule allowed the basement and first floors to be upgrade and renovated first; meaning occupants were able to return to these floors while the floors above were under construction. The renovations accommodated the new state-of-the-art research wet laboratories and associated spaces. A.O. Reed & Co. provided the plumbing and mechanical scopes of work, including: 51 air handlers and associated piping and ductwork, laboratory air valve systems for ventilation, active beams to heat and cool office spaces, active beams and process cooling water for labs, and piping for lab gases. Each lab area had overhead service panels with Lab Air, Lab Vacuum, and natural gas. Plan & Spec.