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Apr 11, 2016 3:09:42 PM
This week, PBA and other MEP engineering firms from around the country, join their architectural partners, in celebrating national Architect's Week. According to www.aia.org, National Architecture Week, April 7─13, is a time to showcase the talented architects who’ve made positive contributions to our communities and society in general. PBA is celebrating by looking at the many ways architectural design and MEP engineering design work hand-in-hand, in excellence in project design and coordination, and in building and sustaining successful client relationships.
Jan 20, 2016 2:36:12 PM
ASHRAE has awarded PBA and Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) with both Chapter and Regional Technology Awards. SVSU places a strong emphasis on being one of the most energy efficient universities in the State of Michigan. In 2013, SVSU reported that of the State’s 15 public universities that submitted energy data that year, SVSU had the lowest utility cost per square foot.
Jan 20, 2016 1:35:26 PM
The 63,000 GSF Crisler Center renovation project at The University of Michigan was awared LEED Gold for its extensive energy efficient features, including MEP engineering and architectural lighting design services.
May 28, 2014 10:54:57 AM
PBA provided MEP design engineering services for the new University of Detroit Mercy Student Fitness Center. The facility which will be completed in two-phases, includes a two-court gymnasium with an elevated running track, weight fitness areas and a group exercise room. A two-story lobby/study lounge, along with men’s and women’s locker rooms and an administrative office area are also included. Phase II will include a natatorium featuring an eight lane competition pool with spectator seating, men’s and women’s locker rooms and alumni space.
May 28, 2014 10:52:33 AM
The 62,000 square foot YMCA of the Blue Water Area is organized around a central spine with a public entry at each end, while a third entry provides access to a childcare center. A focus of the building is the aquatics center, which features two water areas: a six-lane pool capable of hosting high school competitive events, and a leisure pool with water slides and therapy components. The facility also houses an over-sized gymnasium, weight/fitness area, a group fitness room, multi-purpose rooms, a concessions area, a drop-in baby sitting room, locker rooms with a special needs section, and a child care center complete with outdoor playground.