Design of a new central energy plant, located in a historic Powerhouse Building, to serve 51 buildings on three college campuses.
Energy upgrades in a 500,000 square foot manufacturing facility including replacement of chillers, cooling towers, chilled and condenser water pumps, and development of new controls sequences of operation and points lists to optimize operational efficiency in two central plants.
Design projects at multiple locations for HCA's Ambulatory Surgery Center division.
Fit-up of a 5,500 square foot surgery center.
The comprehensive evaluation of the electrical system serving this federal facility, included a report of the condition of the systems and recommendations to provide redundancy and reduce downtime.
Griffith Engineering is the prime consultant that leading the design team working on this study for the GSA. Since the building originally incorporated no sustainable design principles, Griffith Engineering’s expertise in building optimization is playing an important role in helping this building meet mandated energy performance requirements as a part of its proposed future upgrades.
Located on the Clark Atlanta University campus, this $12,000,000 utility plant also serves the neighboring Morehouse and Spelman College campuses.
The energy audit of this manufacturing plant identified options for reducing energy consumption and energy costs, and included a plan for replacement of aging HVAC equipment. Griffith Engineering also designed a new modular centralized chilled water system to serve multiple buildings.
Griffith Engineering has provided engineering design services on more than 40 corporate and franchise stores in the southeastern United States.