Smith Center, The George Washington University

Summer Consultants provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems design as part of a multi-discipline team for the $27.5 million occupied, phased renovation of the Charles E. Smith Center. The four-story, 100,000 SF multiuse facility contains a 4,300 seat arena, locker rooms, natatorium, fitness center, classrooms and other facilities. Mechanical system design included a dedicated outdoor… Read More

MEP Engineering Services, Northern Virginia Community College

As a consultant to Hammel, Green & Abrahamson (HGA), Inc., Summer Consultants provides mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services to the Commonwealth of Virginia for Northern Virginia Community College (Owner) on an as needed basis under a contract awarded in 2013. Summer Consultants has been awarded 14 projects to date under this Master Agreement. Representative… Read More

Gelman Library 1st Floor Concept Design Study, The George Washington University

Gelman Library is the main library for The George Washington University. The seven story, 210,000 SF building was constructed in the 1970s. In 2010, the university launched plans for a major renovation to transform the facility‚Äôs outdated and inefficient library model of book stacks and individual study carrels into an open, flexible, and collaborative model… Read More

Brault Building, Northern Virginia Community College

Summer Consultants provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering design services as part of a multi-discipline team for the $13 million renovation and expansion of the Brault Building on the Northern Virginia Community College campus in Annandale. The project renovated the three-level, 29,200 SF administrative building and added 20,200 SF. The project is designed to achieve… Read More

Ames Hall, The George Washington University

Summer Consultants designed mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems as part of the renovation and expansion of Ames Hall at GWU. The newly expanded academic building contains classrooms, study centers, offices, and conference rooms, providing a central point for campus student learning and administration. To conserve energy, waterside improvements included variable primary pumping for both chilled… Read More