Contract: $9,041 - Public Buildings Service - Sep. 17, 2009
25% voted satisfied - 75% voted not satisfied - 4 vote(s) cast
Award Description: This lighting study is being prepared to serve as a basis for design recommendations for the replacement of the existing lighting system which will provide improved lighting control and energy efficiency. The subject of the study is the Ground Floor Lobby of the John C. Kluczynski Federal Building designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe located in Chicago, Illinois. This modernist masterpiece is in the process of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Given the historic significance of this building our recommendations we will minimize any impact to the visual qualities of the interior while improving the energy efficiency of the lighting system for the building. The study will include an evaluation of the existing conditions, investigation of potential alternate solutions, preparation of energy use calculations and analysis and a recommendation of replacement lighting system.
Project Description: An initial site visit to review the existing conditions of the lighting system has been completed. A review of the record drawings is in progress.
Jobs Summary: Architect - Assists in the development of design work; leads in the production of technical drawings and specifications; coordinates the related work of the other disciplines; and assumes in-house construction administration duties. Mechancil Engineer - Provides or extends mechanical systems for new construction and/or renovation of industrial or commercial structures as requested. Develop construction drawings and specifications which address the installation, interconnection and control of mechanical components within the standard building codes. Electrical Engineer - Provides design or analysis for lighting, power and control systems for new construction and/or renovation of industrial or commercial structures in conformance ot client requirements and applicable codes. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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