Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park

Summer Consultants designed the systems for two new restroom facilities and two combination concession and restroom facilities at a multi-sport recreational complex. The combination unit also included umpire rooms, IT closets, storage spaces, and covered seating areas. One unit also includes a second story observation room with views of multiple playing fields. HVAC systems included… Read More

DLA McNamara Headquarters Complex HVAC Renovations

As a follow-on design to an HVAC and energy study of the McNamara Headquarters Complex, Summer Consultants designed upgrades to the HVAC systems serving the 1.12 million SF office building. Three 500-ton chillers were replaced with 700-ton chillers and and existing 300-ton chiller was modified to improve performance. New variable frequency drives were installed on… Read More

Social Security Administration National Computing Center AHU Replacement

The four air handling units (SHUs) serving the printing/mail and warehouse facilities were original to the building and had reached the end of their useful lives. Summer Consultants led a multi-discipline team to complete the HVAC system renovation. The AHUs, associate return fans and piping were replaced in kind with four new units totaling 50,000… Read More

Herman T. Schneebeli Federal Building Chiller & Roof Replacement

Summer Consultants led a multi-discipline team to renovate the four-story office and courthouse facility including replacement of the chillers and penthouse roof. The two existing 100-ton chillers were replaced with two 140-ton air-cooled chillers with remote evaporators, which eliminated the need for a glycol solution for system freeze protection due to the chillers’ location on… Read More

Building 2007

Summer Consultants led a multi-discipline team to completely renovate Building 2007 at Marine Corps Base Quantico. Building 2007 was originally constructed as a barracks pre-World War 2, but has been modified for offices on the first and basement floors. Originally called Barrack G, the building is a contributing resource to the Base Historic District. The… Read More