Setty is providing Plumbing and Fire Protection design services for a new 200,000 GSF University of Maryland Computer Science Building.
The project is the new construction of a Computer Science Building to house the Department of Computer Science and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). This building will support the growth of the University’s computer science teaching and research programs, facilitate the integration of modern teaching and research activities into these programs, improve the ability of students and faculty to collaborate, and promote collaboration with industrial and community partners. This project will support Maryland’s and USM’s STEM initiatives and the 2010-2020 USM Strategic Plan’s goals.
The 108,000 NASF / 200,000 GSF building will contain office, instructional and research space, including state-of-the-art hacker space in which students, faculty, and industrial and community partners share knowledge and ideas via workshops, presentations and lectures, and work on projects individually or in collaboration. UMIACS brings together faculty from a variety of disciplines that use powerful computing tools to address some of today’s most pressing scientific and societal challenges in areas such as national defence, precision medicine, big data, cybersecurity and language and culture. This building will enhance their ability to collaborate with industrial and community partners and secure sponsored research grants.
The purpose of this project is to build on modernization efforts at Gallaudet University's (GU) Central Utilities Building (CUB) which have been occurring throughout 2015. This scope of work comprises five (5) separate projects which are considered mutually exclusive from each other operationally. These scopes of work are considered as follows:
The intent of the project management structure is that Setty will act as Gallaudet's Construction Management entity, representing GU's interests. Setty shall hold all construction/repair contracts, will have shared authority with the University over the subcontractors, and will be responsible for insuring their compliance with contract documents as designed by Setty. To capture th is structure, it is Setty's intent to enter into an AlA owner's representative contract.
Setty has been working with subcontractors who have been vetted by GU to develop scoping documents, and build budgets. This work has included multiple iterations of engineered design documents, site visits and meetings to discuss scope implications and constructability, and an iterative development of pricing.
Setty’s services include MEP/FP design for the renovation of the New Archives of approximately 110,000 sf. LEED – Gold Certification is anticipated. Our MEP/FP services to reflect the needs and requirements associated with an archive facility that maintains critical records such as birth certificates, death certificates, government records.
Serving the people of Loudoun for over 100 years, Loudoun Hospital first opened its doors at downtown Leesburg in the year 1912. The Inova Loudoun Hospital Strategic master plan includes new main hospital entrance, better road access, a staff parking lot and new north Patient Tower under the 6 stage new construction renovation project.
SETTY along with Valley Engineering will provide MEP/FP design services in accordance with Mechanical Design conditions stated in the Inova Master Plan.
Setty’s scope of services includes:
The land developed for National Harbor was previously Salubria Plantation, built in 1827 by Dr John H. Bayne. The plantation house burned down in 1981 and was offered for sale along with the surrounding land. The land was sold in 1984 and in 1994 was rezoned for mixed-use development. National Harbor is a census-designated place along the Potomac River in Prince George's County, Maryland just south of Washington, D.C. near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
The most anticipated development project in Prince George’s County will see the garage going up first, followed by the main entertainment area, which will have a glass-ceiling conservatory, outdoor terrace and 21-story, 300-room hotel tower.
Setty provided energy modeling services for the MGM building and garage. Setty’s scope includes LEED Credits EAp2 and EAc1.
Setty’s role includes providing Enhanced Commissioning services for Cole Field.
Setty’s services include MEP/FP design for the renovation and addition of Mamie D. Lee School of approximately 80,700 sf. The project includes renovation work of approximately 23,300 sf and new construction of approximately 57,400 sf. Setty’s scope includes new HVAC system for new Construction and modification of existing HVAC to meet the renovation work.