DJG provided MEP design services for the University of Virginia Project Services Design Group in support of the renovation of Campbell Hall. The project was truly a collaborative effort as DJG worked closely with UVA’s School of Architecture, Project Services Design Group Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, and Facility Planning and Construction Design Group Architects in order to complete the design.
The project generally consisted of the renovation of the first floor west wing of the building, which included
Design of an industrial dust collection system to serve the newly re-configured wood-working shop spaces,
Expansion of the existing dust collector equipment
A dedicated industrial exhaust system to serve seven (7) laser engravers
A variable air volume (VAV) 100% outdoor air handling unit with air-to-air energy recovery to provide both ventilation air and makeup air to spaces served
The ventilation air features a demand-control strategy such that ventilation air will be supplied to spaces only when occupied, saving energy for the University. The project also required redistribution of power panels and upgraded LED lighting throughout. Wireless controls were utilized to reduce conduit runs, and maintain the glass and metal finishes while still maintaining space functionality.
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