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Renovated Hillel Day School Shines with Unique Architectural Lighting

Posted by Bob Roop

May 27, 2016 11:22:18 AM

MEP and Architectural Lighting Design Creates Enhanced Learning Environment

PBA provided MEP engineering design and architectural lighting design for the first, second and third phase of the Hillel Day School renovation project, which included a new classroom wing and renovations to the heart of the school on the first floor.

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Topics: K-12, MEP, Renovation, Architectural Lighting, Technology

School Features Innovative Lighting Design

Posted by Bob Roop

May 27, 2016 10:30:51 AM

MEP Engineers Deliver On Time and Under Budget

PBA provided MEP engineering and architectural lighting design services for the construction of Plymouth-Canton Public School's new Liberty Middle School. The project was part of a $114 million bond that passed in 2013.

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Topics: K-12, Education, Energy, HVAC, MEP, Innovative Solutions, Electrical Engineering, Middle School Design, Architectural Lighting, MEP Engineering

3 energy saving strategies to reduce impact of high occupancy spaces

Posted by Bob Roop

Nov 9, 2015 12:30:00 PM

Demand Control Ventilation and energy recovery methods can boost building efficiency

Some of the most challenging areas confronting the designers of HVAC systems for K-12 schools are the high occupant load areas such as Cafeterias, Gymnasiums and Auditoriums. Code dictates a very high occupant load which must then be accounted for in the heating/cooling calculations, but that occupant load also translates into a code-prescribed outside air ventilation rate.

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Topics: K-12, Energy, HVAC, MEP

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