Working as a subcontractor, Apogee provides MEP engineering and technology/security design for a newly constructed office space for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Minton Capeheart Federal Building. The new space includes a reception area, break room, interview rooms, private office, conference rooms, a server room, and computer training room. In addition, the space design includes modular office furniture to accommodate 90 people. Apogee met and coordinated power and data connections with the modular furniture manufacturer. Additionally, the Computer Room is separately ventilated and also independently thermostatically controlled to provide cooling during non-business hours and weekends.
Communications design include:
- Data Cabling
- Voice Cabling
- Video Conference Cabling
- TV (Webcast) Cabling
- Physical Control Access Security System
Security also includes an electric door latch strike compatible with HUD’s security system, proximity reader, and push button for automatic opening for handicap individuals and doorbell, as well as a concealed push-button duress that sends an alarm to the Homeland Security Mega-center and/or building security.