An existing 10,000 SF building was renovated into an in-house a print shop over 2 phases. The first phase replaced the existing single ply roof and insulation, the existing aluminum store front system, repaired and replaced the existing parking lot asphalt, installed a new covered “loading dock” platform, new site fence, landscaping, site lighting, and exterior coating on the exterior of the building. The second phase installed a new HVAC system, new data service to the building, new electrical wiring and lighting, new interior partitions, interior finishes and infilled the void below existing portion of slab on grade.
We worked together with the mechanical contractor to save the owner HVAC costs. Our team reduced the number of humidifiers from 4 to 2 and increased the capacity of each. We also changed the design from 6 furnaces to 1 RTU. These changes eliminated a lot of piping for refrigerant and natural gas. That saved the owner $177,000.