Public Safety

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Corola EMS Paramedic - Station 1

  • Cecil County, Maryland
  • Construction Classification: New
  • Size: 6,400 sq. ft.
  • Description: New (2) story 6,400 sq. ft. EMS prototype career station for Cecil County Dept. of Emergency Services. Mechanical designs included infrared heaters, LP furnaces with condensing units, fans, and distribution ductwork. Plumbing designed included the following systems: LP gas piping, storm water piping, domestic piping, sanitary piping and a state of the art fire-mist sprinkler system. Electrical designs included utility and emergency power distribution, interior & exterior lighting, voice & data communications, CCTV & access control systems and fire alarm system.

Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company - Station 48

  • Baltimore County, Maryland
  • Construction Classification: New/Renovation/Addition
  • Size: 18,500 sq. ft.
  • Description: Renovations and additions to an existing (2) story 6,500 sq. ft. station. Mechanical designs included the following systems: LP gas piping, storm water piping, domestic piping, sand/oil   interceptor and sanitary piping.

Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Station Expansion

  • Queen Anne's County, Maryland
  • Construction Classification: Addition
  • Size: 7,000 sq. ft.
  • Description: Design of 7,000 sq. ft. of expansion to the Main Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Station within an existing shell space. Mechanical designs included split heat pumps, fans, and distribution ductwork. Plumbing designed included the following systems: domestic piping. Holding cells plumbing was an alternate on the project. Electrical Designs included utility and emergency power distribution, interior & exterior lighting, voice & data communications, CCTV & access control systems and fire alarm system.

Sykesville Freedom District Fire Department - Station 12

  • Carroll County, Maryland
  • Construction Classificaiton: New/Renovation/Addition
  • Size: 42,500 sq. ft.
  • Description: Designed in two phases, totaling 42,000 sq. ft. of new construction. Mechanical designs included infrared heaters, gas furnaces with condensing units, rooftop units and distribution ductwork. Plumbing designed included  the following systems: natural gas piping, storm water piping, domestic piping, sand/oil interceptor, commercial kitchen, grease waste and sanitary piping. Electrical designs included utility and emergency power distribution, interior & exterior lighting, voice & data communications, CCTV & access control systems and fire alarm system