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WMU Western Heights Residence Halls Achieve LEED Gold For Green Design Features

Posted by Camille Thompson

Jun 12, 2017 5:54:24 PM

PBA Provided MEP Engineering and Architectural Lighting Design for First "Pod Style" Residence Halls in Michigan

Peter Basso Associates, Michigan’s largest MEP consulting-only organization, provided MEP engineering design and architectural lighting design services for the $48 million Western Michigan University's Western Heights housing complex in Kalamazoo, MI, that recently achieved LEED Gold by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

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Topics: LEED, Housing, MEP, Higher Ed, Architectural Lighting Design, Green Design

Joseph R. Seidl, PE of PBA to Speak at Tradeline's Facility Strategies for Animal Research and Biocontainment 2016 Conference

Posted by Camille Thompson

Oct 14, 2016 5:14:16 PM

Joe Seidl, PE, will be presenting on the subject of upgrading strategies for energy efficiency, capacity, and added procedure space along with Michigan State University's, Sue Hopper, PE October 17 and 18 at the Tradeline conference in Scottsdale, AZ.

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Topics: Higher Ed, Tradeline Conference, Animal Facilities

PBA Welcomes Mechanical Designer, Seth White to its Higher Education Group

Posted by Camille Thompson

Sep 13, 2016 10:00:21 AM

Peter Basso Associates (PBA) would like to welcome mechanical designer, Seth White. White has joined PBA's higher education group and will work closely with the project team members in the technical production and management of higher education projects.

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Topics: Recent News, Higher Ed, New Hires

FSU University Center Features Architectural Lighting Design and Innovative MEP Engineering Solutions

Posted by Camille Thompson

Mar 29, 2016 9:54:24 AM

MEP engineering and architectural lighting design for student center renovation

FSU was interested in significantly upgrading it’s existing student center into an iconic architectural showpiece that would serve as a gathering space for students by providing comfortable places to meet, relax, study and socialize.

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Topics: Lighting, Housing-Food, LEED, MEP, University, Higher Ed