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Wiegmann Wins Design/Build Award For HVAC & Refrigeration Project For $18 Million Hoffman Beverage In Chesapeake, Va

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Wiegmann Associates won a Contracting Business Design/Build award for their work on the $18 million expansion of Hoffman Beverage in Chesapeake, Virginia. The design/build HVAC, refrigeration and building automation system (BAS) controls project included the expansion and renovation of the beer distributor’s 217,392-square-foot beverage distribution center and office. The general contractor was ARCO Beverage Group.

Wiegmann was challenged to design an effective HVAC system for several very diverse areas of the Hoffman Beverage facility, ranging from 26,000 square feet of office space to a controlled environment warehouse (CEW) with 32-foot ceilings and a 32,000-square-foot low-temperature refrigeration draught cooler.

Wiegmann engineered an energy-efficient HVAC and BAS system that reliably maintains the temperatures of beverage product as they move through several indoor environments at the facility. Beer distributors are required to monitor and report all temperatures in warehouse and draught cooler spaces.

Wiegmann carefully engineered and planned this three-phase project to enable the beverage distribution facility to continue operating with minimal downtime during construction. The existing refrigeration units had to be relocated twice – first moved within the existing building to allow for construction of the new warehouse, then later relocated to the roof of the new warehouse.

Phase 1 included a 115,440-square-foot expansion of the controlled environment warehouse (CEW) and new 32,000-square-foot warehouse. Phase 2 of the project involved the expansion and renovation of existing office space. During Phase 3, the existing 81,237-square-foot warehouse was renovated and additional new office space was constructed.

Hoffman Beverage is a large distributor of beer and non-alcoholic products in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, with 5.2 million in case volume and $100 million in annual sales.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects.

Wiegmann Associates completes HVAC renovations and upgrades at Parkway North High School in St. Louis

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Wiegmann Associates has completed an HVAC renovation and upgrade project at Parkway North High School in St. Louis, MO. The work was part of a $13 million program for improvements at Parkway North High School. The general contractor is ICS Construction Services. The HVAC project included demolition and installation of new energy efficient HVAC equipment, and recommissioning of an existing chiller and boilers. Wiegmann also installed two new chillers and a new rooftop unit with an energy recovery wheel.

Much of the work was completed while school was in session.

Working in tight mechanical rooms and spaces, Wiegmann demolished and recommissioned several existing chiller and boiler plants, modified the existing air duct system and installed new variable air volume (VAV) boxes and sound attenuators in the ductwork.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects.  

 

Wiegmann Associates completes HVAC work on $17.5 million Cedarhurst of St. Charles Assisted Living Community

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Wiegmann Associates has completed the HVAC system at Cedarhurst of St. Charles, a new $17.5 million assisted living and memory care facility in St. Charles, Missouri. The 100-unit senior living facility is located at University Commons, Lindenwood University’s mixed-use development directly across from its main campus. The facility has 76 assisted living and 24 memory care units.

Wiegmann installed an energy efficient Variable Air Volume (VAV) system for common and corridor areas of the 99,000-square-foot building. They also installed packaged terminal air conditioning units in resident rooms and a Delta Controls building automation system.

Cedarhurst is the first senior living community in the St. Louis region to be strategically located adjacent to a university campus. The owner/developer of Cedarhurst is Dover Development, LLC. The construction manager was Impact Strategies.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects.

Wiegmann Associates wins Contracting Business Design/Build Award for BAE Systems Project

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bae-systems-intWiegmann Associates won a Contracting Business Design/Build award for their work on the built-to-suit campus for BAE Systems in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Wiegmann designed and installed a $4.3 million design/build HVAC, process piping, and Building Management System (BMS) for BAE System’s new 334,000-square-foot, world-class aviation electronics manufacturing and office center. The new center replaced BAE Systems’ 1940s-era production facility. Wiegmann also provided a complete BIM as-built model. The general contractor was Arco National Construction Company, Inc.

“We are proud to be honored for our work on this state-of-the-art manufacturing project,” said Steve Pearce, Vice President of Business Development for Wiegmann Associates. “This project challenged us to design a flexible, efficient HVAC system within precise temperature and humidity requirements in just 20 months, with no interruption in manufacturing production. We were able to achieve that goal through engineering solutions, tight phasing and strict scheduling.”

The Contracting Business Design/Build Awards honor the finest examples of commercial Design/Build HVAC mechanical systems installations across the U.S. The winning projects “used collaborative relationships to achieve premium comfort, modern efficiency and the utmost in energy savings,” according to Terry McIver, executive editor of Contracting Business.

BAE’s new 334,000-square-foot building includes a nearly 50,000-square-foot office/support area and a 285,000-square-foot manufacturing production floor with complex process piping: gaseous nitrogen, compressed air, hot exhaust air and chemical exhaust air. The manufacturing processes require cooling water to keep production equipment operating within temperature tolerances.

BAE Systems needed ultimate flexibility on the production floor to be able to rearrange equipment as needed for future product demand. Wiegmann Associates collaborated with the owner to design a solution that would be cost-effective without compromising the HVAC and piping systems.

The team was challenged to meet precise temperature and humidity controls on the production floor, with air temperature in the 72-75F range and relative humidity between 30% to 60% year-round. The Wiegmann design solution maintains consistent humidity across the production floor while minimizing equipment. Wiegmann also installed a Delta Controls custom building management system with web access to allow the owner to monitor and control all systems remotely.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects. 

Wiegmann Associates Wins Contracting Business Design/Build Award for BAE Systems Project

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Wiegmann Associates won a Contracting Business Design/Build award for their work on the built-to-suit campus for BAE Systems in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Wiegmann designed and installed a $4.3 million design/build HVAC, process piping, and Building Management System (BMS) for BAE System’s new 334,000-square-foot, world-class aviation electronics manufacturing and office center. The new center replaced BAE Systems’ 1940s-era production facility. Wiegmann also provided a complete BIM as-built model. The general contractor was Arco National Construction Company, Inc.

“We are proud to be honored for our work on this state-of-the-art manufacturing project,” said Steve Pearce, Vice President of Business Development for Wiegmann Associates. “This project challenged us to design a flexible, efficient HVAC system within precise temperature and humidity requirements in just 20 months, with no interruption in manufacturing production. We were able to achieve that goal through engineering solutions, tight phasing and strict scheduling.”

The Contracting Business Design/Build Awards honor the finest examples of commercial Design/Build HVAC mechanical systems installations across the U.S. The winning projects “used collaborative relationships to achieve premium comfort, modern efficiency and the utmost in energy savings,” according to Terry McIver, executive editor of Contracting Business.

BAE’s new 334,000-square-foot building includes a nearly 50,000-square-foot office/support area and a 285,000-square-foot manufacturing production floor with complex process piping: gaseous nitrogen, compressed air, hot exhaust air and chemical exhaust air. The manufacturing processes require cooling water to keep production equipment operating within temperature tolerances.

BAE Systems needed ultimate flexibility on the production floor to be able to rearrange equipment as needed for future product demand. Wiegmann Associates collaborated with the owner to design a solution that would be cost-effective without compromising the HVAC and piping systems.

The team was challenged to meet precise temperature and humidity controls on the production floor, with air temperature in the 72-75F range and relative humidity between 30% to 60% year-round. The Wiegmann design solution maintains consistent humidity across the production floor while minimizing equipment. Wiegmann also installed a Delta Controls custom building management system with web access to allow the owner to monitor and control all systems remotely.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects.

Wiegmann Associates named Midwest Top 50 Specialty Contractor

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Wiegmann Associates has been named a 2016 Midwest Top 50 Specialty Contractor by Engineering News Record, the leading international construction industry news magazine. With $33.86 million in 2015 revenue, Wiegmann Associates, a mechanical contractor, ranks among the top 12 largest specialty contractors in the St. Louis region.

The annual Engineering News Record Top Specialty Contractors list ranks contractors in such fields as mechanical, electrical, concrete, fire protection, masonry, roofing, sheet metal and excavation.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects.

Wiegmann Associates begins HVAC work at The Sheridan Assisted Living Facilities

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Wiegmann Associates has begun work on The Sheridan Assisted Living facilities in Sunset Hills, Chesterfield and Creve Coeur. Wiegmann is the engineer of record and installing contractor for HVAC and Building Automation Systems, and is providing on-site project management for the Design/Build project. Senior Lifestyle Corporation, based in Chicago, is developing the projects, which have a combined completion value of $65 million.

Wiegmann is installing high-efficiency HVAC systems that reduce first cost and improve humidity control and sound levels while increasing usable interior space and reducing long-term maintenance costs. Wiegmann also is installing a Building Automation System in each facility. Wiegmann’s HVAC solutions will save $25,000 per year in energy costs across the three facilities as compared to the original design.

Construction has begun on all three facilities. The $17 million, 69,000-square-foot, 84-apartment The Sheridan at Laumeier Park in Sunset Hills and the $17 million, 42,000-square-foot, 53-apartment The Sheridan at Creve Coeur are scheduled for completion in early 2017. The $31 million, 84,000-square-foot, 91-apartment The Sheridan at Chesterfield is scheduled to open next summer.

The facilities combined will create more than 425 construction jobs and 295 permanent jobs. Brinkmann Constructors is the general contractor.

The projects are a joint venture of Bob Brinkmann, founder of Brinkmann Constructors, and Senior Lifestyle, operator of senior living facilities across the United States.

Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor serving the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects. 

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