Design renovation of a historical train station building for the Lansing Board of Water and Light. The building is 9,500 square feet.
Structural engineering included structural repairs to the deteriorated timber framing and roof decking. The design also included replacement of the entire deteriorated floor structure with an engineered lumber system of LVL beams and I-Joists. The design also included accommodating all new mechanical and electrical equipment incorporated into the project.
Mechanical engineering for the building included HVAC design of a split furnace system with energy recovery units for optimization of energy usage. The design also included plumbing design of domestic water, roof storm water, gas piping, sanitary sewer and fire protection systems.
Electrical engineering included site lighting design and interior power distribution including power service design to the site along with coordination with the utility. Engineering also included interior lighting design including branch circuiting and switching, interior telephone and data processing system provisions. The design also included building technology system and coordination with owner’s audio video consultant.