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MEP Design Services for Grand Blanc Township Police Department

Posted by Ginger Greager

May 28, 2014 12:01:55 PM

New Police Headquarters  |  Grand Blanc, Michigan

Peter Basso Associates provided engineering services for the modern 41,000 square-foot police headquarters for Grand Blanc Township. The main level of the new facility include holding cell, a dispatch area, office space, administrative areas, and a multi-purpose space for public meeting as well as police training for up to 100 people. The lower level of the facility includes locker rooms, an evidence lab, and space for an indoor gun range, technology rooms and mechanical rooms.

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Topics: Government

Electrical Engineering Services & Consulting Engineers for Pima County

Posted by Ginger Greager

May 28, 2014 11:30:00 AM

Pima County, AZ

Starting in 2010, Peter Basso Associates began providing electrical engineering services to Patriot Towers for Pima County’s first integrated public safety communications system. The system will provide communications services to link 30 police and fire agencies, improving public safety county-wide as the new wireless communication system will put more than 7,000 new radios into service.

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Topics: Government

MEP Engineering & Green Design for Oakland County International Airport

Posted by Ginger Greager

May 28, 2014 11:24:20 AM

New Terminal and Offices | Waterford Township, MI

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Topics: Government

MEP Engineering & Lighting Design Systems for the City of Ann Arbor

Posted by Ginger Greager

May 28, 2014 11:22:18 AM

New Municipal Center | Ann Arbor, MI

PBA provided MEP and lighting design services for the City of Ann Arbor’s new LEED® Gold certified municipal center. New 5-story, 110,000 SF police and court building houses the IT department, at grade parking garage for the police department and K-9 housing, police offices on second and third floors, and new court rooms and judge’s chambers on the fourth and fifth floors.
The Center’s electrical features include efficient lighting using lower general lighting levels combined with task lighting, large windows, and generous amounts of accent lighting systems. The building watts per square foot for the interior lighting are 15 to 20% below what is allowed by current energy code. Occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting and time of day control further reduce energy use.

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Topics: Government

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