Alcoa Consolidated Service Center
This project was completed in 2008 at a cost of $15.4M. The facility was designed to consolidate multiple city departments. The 84,000 square ft. structure includes 40,000 square ft. of administrative offices, and 44,000 square ft. of space for vehicle maintenance and warehouse. This new center houses the Street, Sanitation, Water & Wastewater, Engineering & Administration Division of the Public Works, Electric Department, Purchasing, Warehousing, and Fleet Operations. This project won the 2009 Public Works Association Project of the year Award.
ESG provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design for the facility. This project was designed utilizing sustainable features including redevelopment of brownfield areas, energy efficient lighting, occupancy and daylight sensors, water saving plumbing fixtures, and a geothermal mechanical system. Other special systems include compressed air, waste oil, lubrication systems, oil interceptors, and emergency power generation.