Arlington Public Schools Trade Center

Summer Consultants provided mechanical and electrical design services for the reconfiguration and renovation of an educational facility. The project provides a new entry vestibule, conference and training rooms, offices, break room and rest rooms. The existing Direct Expansion (DX) rooftop units were modified with the addition of hydronic heating coils. Two new rooftop units and… Read More

Dolley Madison House, Tayloe House & Cosmos Club

The Dolley Madison House, Cosmos Club, and Tayloe House buildings are part of the National Courts Building complex. All three buildings are listed as historic properties by the GSA National Capital Region Historic Preservation Office. The three buildings are all served by the same reverse return, dual temperature piping system.  The piping system is divided… Read More

The Old Stone House

The Old Stone House is the oldest building in Washington, DC, constructed circa 1765. The three-story stone structure, located in the heart of Georgetown, serves as a historic house museum for the National Park Service with a furnished first floor open to the public. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places…. Read More

Pace West Elementary School

Summer Consultants provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering design services as part of a multi-discipline team for the design of the $7,698,000 Pace West School in Gainesville, Virginia. The single-story, 39,998 SF special education school contains 19 classrooms for grades K – 12. Additional areas include a media center, a combination gymnasium and cafeteria, a… Read More

National Museum of the Marine Corps Exhibit Lighting

Summer Consultants designed the power and controls for the exhibit lighting for the final phase of the addition to the National Museum of the Marine Corps. All exhibit lighting throughout the 115,000 SF building addition ties into the existing lighting control system. The lighting control design provides two new DMX control servers, each with an… Read More