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Religious buildings primarily provide a place of worship but often also include other facilities such as classrooms, multipurpose hall, commercial kitchen, gymnasium, and offices. Designing mechanical and electrical systems for each of these facilities involve many unique challenges that must be carefully addressed.

KES Engineering has successfully designed mechanical and electrical systems for religious facilities including renovations, additions, and completely new facilities with capacity from 500 to 3000 people sanctuary.
 


Baltimore First Seventh Day Adventist

KES Engineering, Inc. provided mechanical, electrical, Plumbing and Fire protection systems design and construction period services for this new sanctuary addition of approximately 11,000 sq. ft.
 
The design included multiple HVAC packaged rooftop units; low pressure air distribution to meet NC-25; Normal and Emergency power distribution; Interior and exterior lighting; Fire alarm, communication, and wet-pipe fire suppression systems design.

 
 

Shepherd Gate Church, Virginia

KES Engineering, Inc. provided mechanical and electrical engineering design and construction period service for this new worship center of approximately 24,000 sq. ft. including 800-Seat sanctuary, multipurpose hall, administrative areas, and classrooms.

The design included multiple HVAC packaged energy recovery rooftop units; low pressure air distribution to meet NC-25; New DDC central energy management building control system; electrical power distribution; Interior and exterior lighting; Fire alarm, communication, and wet-pipe fire suppression systems.
 

 
 

Huber Memorial Church, Baltimore

KES Engineering, Inc. provided mechanical and electrical engineering design for this new worship center of approximately 40,000 sq. ft. including 1500-Seat sanctuary, multipurpose hall, administrative areas, commercial kitchen and classrooms. The building is being designed to meet LEED Silver rating.

The design included multiple HVAC packaged energy recovery rooftop units; low pressure air distribution to meet NC-25; New DDC central energy management building control system; electrical power distribution; Interior and exterior lighting; Fire alarm, communication, and wet-pipe fire suppression systems.
 

 
 

First Baptist Church of Marshall Heights,
Washington, D.C.


KES Engineering, Inc. provided mechanical, electrical, Plumbing and Fire protection systems design for new addition of approximately 12,000 sq. ft. to existing worship center.

The design included multiple HVAC packaged rooftop units; low pressure air distribution to meet NC-30; upgrading of electrical incoming service, upgrading of incoming water service for domestic and fire suppression purposes, electrical power distribution; Interior and exterior lighting; Fire alarm, communication, and new fire pump for wet-pipe fire suppression systems.
 

 
 

Interdenominational Church of God, Gaithersburg

KES Engineering, Inc. provided mechanical and electrical engineering design for this new worship center of approximately 30,000 sq. ft. including 1000-Seat sanctuary, multipurpose hall, administrative areas, commercial kitchen and classrooms.

The design included multiple HVAC packaged rooftop units; low pressure air distribution to meet NC-25; New DDC central energy management building control system; electrical power distribution; Interior and exterior lighting; Fire alarm, communication, and wet-pipe fire suppression systems.

 
 

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KES Engineering, Inc., 6325 Woodside Ct., Suite 220, Columbia, MD 20146    p (410) 366-1801, f (410) 366-1803,email: info@kesengineers.com