Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Lobby

The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Building 10 lobby serves as the main entrance for patients and visitors. Summer Consultants provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design services to renovate the lobby and primary vehicle drive of the hospital. The lobby was expanded and reconfigured to include a new central reception/information desk, visitor… Read More

Uniformed Services University Amphitheater Canopy

The outdoor amphitheater at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is an underutilized campus resource. The facility cannot be used on rainy days, and the large expanse of dark brick and granite paving often overheats on sunny days. Summer Consultants led a multi-discipline team to study and develop an RFP for a new… Read More

Indoor Firearm Training Facility, McKinney Commerce Center

The indoor firearms training center in Frederick, Maryland, is a fit out of existing undeveloped space into a new firing range facility. The design for the new training facility includes offices, class and conference rooms, an observatory, storage, firearms cleaning, and restroom and shower facilities. Summer Consultants designed a rooftop-mounted HVAC system with HEPA filtration,… Read More

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Building 235 Controls

Summer Consultants completed a study evaluating the HVAC controls serving Wings A-E of NIST Building 235, an office and laboratory building which also houses a nuclear reactor. The study recommended upgrading all controls, which included pneumatic, digital, and digital/pneumatic hybrids, to Alerton controls, which is the campus standard and already in the building. Work included… Read More

99th Regional Support Command District Fire Alarm & Mass Notification Systems

Summer Consultants prepared separate design-build RFP packages totaling $3.8 million for new fire alarm and mass notification systems at 18 army reserve centers in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. Four separate teams evaluated the existing conditions at the 18 facilities concurrently. The renovations included demolition of the existing systems, provision for new fire alarms… Read More