Public Sector

 

Albany International Airport

Over the years, HEA has provided a wide variety of M/E/P design support for projects at this airport, which includes over 60 buildings on 1,200 acres. Projects have included Administration Building HVAC, power, lighting and plumbing renovations; airfield emergency generator replacement; Million Air Terminal emergency generator; maintenance facility generator; hangar condensation mitigation; electric utility upgrades; utilities for terminal building food court tenants; hydrogen gas storage and distribution system; CCTV and security upgrades; and arc flash hazard analyses.

Brimfield Public Safety & Highway Buildings

HEA designed the M/E/P systems associated with an extensive renovation/expansion of the Town of Brimfield’s public safety and highway department buildings. The public safety building includes apparatus and ambulance bays, rooms for fire equipment storage and decontamination, training, living spaces, police operations, booking/interview processes, radio/dispatch operations, lockers and showers, and various other support spaces.

Fulton County Family Counseling Center

HEA recently designed the M/E/P systems associated with renovations and an addition to the Fulton County Family Counseling Center in Gloversville, NY. The existing single-story building was renovated and expanded to accommodate counseling, primary care, case management, health coaching, compliance, executive and general business offices, as well as support, training, conference and circulation spaces. To maintain operations throughout construction, the project was phased so the existing building remained occupied while the addition was constructed, after which operations were moved into the addition so the existing building could be renovated.

North Adams Armory

To prepare for future tenant fit-ups, HEA provided M/E/P design services for the shell-space at the revitalized historic North Adams Armory. HEA sized and selected six gas-fired, DX cooling rooftop units to condition the future tenant spaces. Additionally, HEA designed a new 1,200A 3-phase, 208V electrical service for the building. The electrical system included new service and metering equipment as well as branch panelboards.

Schoharie Fire Station

HEA designed the M/E/P systems for a new $6.4M, 20,000 SF fire station that replaced a previous building destroyed by tropical storm floodwaters. The new station includes eight apparatus bays as well as a radio room, an exercise room, offices, living quarters, locker rooms, a laundry facility, commercial kitchen, community/meeting/training space, and various storage and support spaces.