National Institutes of Health

Project Description
  • NIH Building 1:  Renovation of Room 203-214, and Upgrade of steam distribution system.
  • NIH Building 4: Renovation of Laboratories at B2, First, 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor, and cage wash area on the B2 level.
  • NIH Building 5:  Upgrade of steam distribution system
  • NIH Building 6A: Renovation of Laboratory 2A15.
  • NIH Building 7: Renovation of Laboratory 117.
  • NIH Building 8: A,E services to replace existing emergency generator and renovate emergency power system, Renovation of Laboratories on B1 and B2 level, and evaluation of existing electrical distribution system
  • NIH Building 9: Renovation of Laboratories, 5 modules.
  • NIH Building 10: To correct architectural engineering deficiencies: (A,E Services)
  • NIH Building 12A: A/E renovation of the Computer room and Offices
  • NIH Building 13: Replacement of emergency power system and generator, Modification and replacement of sewer piping and steam pressure reducing stations, and renovation of office areas, etc.
  • NIH Building 14:   Renovation of existing buildings, replacement of HVAC systems and upgrade electrical systems including replacement of ten Air Handling Units.
  • NIH Building 21 & 22: Renovation of existing buildings, and replacement of HVAC systems and Water Piping including three Air Handling Units.
  • Building 28: Upgrade the steam distribution system.
  • Building 29 & 30: HVAC Engineering Study and replacement of all mixing boxes and fan coil units.
  • Building 31: Renovation of Room 3B19 thru 3B23.
  • Building 32: Upgrade of the steam distribution system.
  • Building 36: Penthouse Plan & Exhaust fan addition.
  • Building 37: Renovation of Offices.
  • Building 38: Upgrade of steam distribution system.
  • Building 41: Upgrade of steam distribution system and Evaluation of electrical distribution system.
  • Building 45: Renovation of Offices, and construction of a Visitor Center.
  • Building 49:
    • Renovation of Labs on the 3rd Floor, NIH, Bethesda, Md.
    • Renovation of Labs on B2 level, Bethesda, Md.
    • Renovation of Animal Holding Rooms, Bethesda, Md.
  • Building 50: Evaluation of existing mechanical and electrical systems to add new fume hoods and devices, NIH, Bethesda, Md.
  • Building 60 and 61: Building systems evaluation study for the mechanical deficiencies: Investigation of existing conditions, evaluate system performance, and make recommendations for three different options based on the life cycle cost analysis for the renovation of existing systems including chillers, boilers, pumps, air handling units, piping, ductwork and controls, etc.