International Monetary Fund Headquarters | Substation Replacement
+ Generator Replacement + Cooling Tower Replacement Term Contract |
Setty provided various services for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Headquarters building, including:
Setty provided design services to prepare drawings and specifications for the replacement of the double ended Substation #2 switchgear, and one of its associated transformers. The other transformer is currently being replaced and will be retained in the new design. This substation serves many important building loads, such as office power and lighting, kitchen equipment, domestic water booster pumps, and building elevators vital to the operation of the building.
Setty is providing survey, analysis, and design services for the replacement of two emergency generators (400 kW each) in the IMF Headquarters.The emergency electrical loads in the building are currently served by three diesel generators. Recently, one of the generators failed and required significant repairs to return it to service. During the repairs, it was discovered that many parts are no longer available to repair this machine. A capital project has been funded to replace the Phase 1 and 2 generators.
COOLING TOWER REPLACEMENT
Scope of services includes:
Inter-American Development Bank | MEP/FP Design + Generator Design |
Setty provided Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Design Services for this new 22, 000 sf building, including generator and site lightingn design. Documentation was prepared to suit local conditions, and the documents translated into Spanish for bidding.
Setty is providing peer review services pursuant to and consistent with the Expedited Building Plan Review Program implemented by the Building Plan Review division of Fairfax County, Virginia.
Scope of work includes the following: