KES Engineering is experienced in working on Government projects including Federal, State, and County projects. We are committed to meeting the project delivery schedule and designing to the construction budget. Our Engineering services experience on Government projects include feasibility studies, facility condition assessments, detailed engineering designs, construction period services, and design reviews
Our Government projects experience includes:
• Correctional Facilities
• Industrial Facilities
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND
KES Engineering, Inc. provided the electrical study of the existing electrical power supply at Machine Shop, Building 315. The study included site survey and verification of electrical distribution system including transformers, panel boards, switchboard, lighting, and machine shop electrically operated equipment; power monitoring of transformers and main Mill equipment to investigate reported voltage fluctuation and occasional shutdown. The study report documented findings and provided an analysis of the problems and recommendations for improvement of the system. We also provided as-built drawings of the entire electrical system for the building. Under a separate contract, KES Engineering, Inc. also provided mechanical and electrical engineering design for HVAC and dust collection/industrial ventilation systems replacement for Machine Shop, Building 315. The design included site survey and data gathering on existing shop HVAC and dust collection/industrial ventilation systems, development of demolition drawings, development of 60% design and specification for new HVAC and dust collection/industrial ventilation systems serving the entire machine shop area which is approximately 68,000 SF.
MARYLAND UNEMPLOYMENT CALL CENTER, SALISBURY, MARYLAND
KES Engineering, Inc. provided electrical system design and construction period services for this new facility of approximately 22,000 sq. ft.
The design included new incoming electric service, interior lighting, exterior lighting, normal power distribution, emergency power generation, emergency power interface, fire alarm, UPS system, communication, and security system interface for the new facility.
CLIFTON T. PERKING HOSPITAL CENTER- 48 BED MAXIMUM SECURITY ADDITION, MD
KES Engineering, Inc. provided plumbing and fire protection systems design and construction period service for this new 48-bed addition to the existing hospital center.
The Plumbing and Fire protection systems design included multiple toilet rooms, laundry rooms, upgrading central domestic hot water system, wet-pipe and stand-pipe fire protection systems, pre-action fire protection system, and FM-200 fire protection system.
HAMMERMAN AREA SERVICES BUILDING
KES Engineering, Inc. provided Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems design, and construction period services for a new visitor center of approximately 10,000 sq. ft.
The Project involves the design of a rainwater recovery system in compliance with LEED requirements for SILVER Certification. The Plumbing system design includes a potable water supply system with water-conserving faucets, showers, toilets, and waterless urinals. The domestic hot water system includes an oil-fired hot water boiler, indirect water heaters, and hot water re-circulating pump. The rainwater recovery system includes a rainwater collection and underground storage system, a water filtration and purification system, and a water recovery pumping system with cross-contamination protection at the interface with the potable water system. The plumbing design also included a commercial kitchen.
GSA LEASE BUILDINGS SURVEY
KES Engineering, Inc. provided a facility survey and assessment/study of four GSA leased buildings totaling approximately 650,000 sf.
The report focused on the general physical condition of the existing mechanical and electrical systems and evaluated the same relative to current codes and industry standards and compliance with GSA lease requirements. It also included the “Pre-Lease Fire Protection and Life Safety Evaluation for High-Rise Office Building”. The report also identified Energy Conservation Measures (ECM) that have been performed and potential future ECMs.