- Arc Flash Analysis
- Automatic Transfer Switches
- Domestic Water
- Emergency Power
- Fire Safety
- Infection Control
- LEED Certified
- New Construction
- Project Management
The renovation of the entry of Building 58 at the Danville VA Medical Center upgraded the entrance to allow for a straight flow through the entrance door, while recreating the feel of the original entrance to preserve the historical character.
Winston Hall was built in 1910 with the last major HVAC renovation completed in 1988. The existing systems were plagued with issues and space occupants often complained about comfort and lack of the ability to control temperature. Apogee provided a modern, fully coordinated VAV heating and cooling system that maximizes occupant comfort while minimizing energy uses.
This project will demolish the existing modular Building #16 and construct a new 23,200 SF outpatient specialty/ancillary care ‘Cancer Center’ building. The new building will be connected to the medical center at the first floor to allow direct access from the medical center for patient care.
Apogee served as prime contractor for this project and was tasked with conducting a facility wide field investigation and mapping of the domestic water system. This included hot water generation and the distribution systems (hot water, hot water return, and cold water).
Apogee Consulting Group provided mechanical and electrical engineering services for the replacement of a mass storage type boiler with high efficiency condensing boilers and the replacement of a 140 ton air-cooled, screw-type chiller for a health education facility that included training labs.
For this new construction project, Apogee provided all electrical design for the headquarters as well as five other new buildings. Our services included electrical power design, lighting design, LEED certification support, electrical coordination studies using SKM Power Tools, arc flash analysis, and ground resistance testing.