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 earned a LEED® Silver… Read More

UNC-Chapel Hill Kenan Football Center Locker Rooms

The renovation of the Kenan Football Center locker rooms was completed as part of a series of renovations to the UNC-Chapel Hill athletic facilities. Summer Consultants provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services as part of a multi-discipline team. The renovation project, which provides players with a state-of-the art facility, was completed during a five-month… Read More

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House

The new three-story facility will provide needed space for the organization’s North Carolina State University chapter. Features include 20 double-occupancy bedrooms, a house mother suite, a commercial kitchen, a dining room which can accommodate all 170 sisters, meeting spaces, and storage. Mechanical systems include direct expansion heat pumps as well as a exhaust and make-up… 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

Dean Smith Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Dean Smith Center at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is the 300,000 SF home to the UNC men’s basketball team. Summer Consultants provided electrical engineering design services for the replacement of the four video display boards which serve the arena. Four new 100-foot LED video displays replaced the existing 25-foot displays. Four 75kVA… Read More