University of Michigan Biological Science Building
Project consisted of Three Six-Story Towers with an Identical Footprint, 296,000 square foot building with lecture halls, bioscience labs, research offices, BSL 3 Labs, a Planetarium, and a Museum of Natural History. The building HVAC system consisted of Custom Air Handler Units, Energy Recovery Units, Fume Hood Exhaust Units, Make Up Air Units, Smoke Evacuation Fans and General Exhaust Fans located in a penthouse mechanical room. The AHU’s provide conditioned air to a VAV w/ reheat system and then to all of the spaces, with a ducted return. Exhaust systems consisted of a ducted toilet room and lab exhaust system. Dee Cramer, Inc. was subcontracted to perform the Air-Side HVAC Scope that consisted of providing the Mechanical Equipment as well as the sheet metal scope of work. We participated in the Building Information Modeling and 3D MEP Coordination.