Wood Harbinger Wins HPAC Engineering Design Award 2015

This article is featured in Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning (HPAC) Engineering magazine.

Wood Harbinger is honored to be the winner of HPAC Engineering‘s 2015 Engineering Design Award, featuring our work on the new Kirkland Justice Center in Kirkland, WA! This is Wood Harbinger’s second consecutive HPAC Engineering Design Award. The firm was honored last year for its work on the Federal Way Public Schools Support Service Center in Federal Way, WA.

Here’s a short except of the article about the Justice Center. Read the full article on HPAC’s website, or view the PDF.

Kirkland Justice Center

From Big-Box Store to One-Stop Shop for Justice

In 2011, the City of Kirkland, Wash., annexed several neighborhoods and saw its population surge. The police department expanded in personnel, but not in space, and soon felt squeezed in its 15,000-sq-ft area of City Hall. When a former wholesale warehouse became available, the city purchased the building with tax funds.

With the help of a collaborative design team, the warehouse was renovated into the Kirkland Justice Center. Housing the city’s police department and municipal court, the 102,000-sq-ft essential facility includes a booking center, a 55-bed correctional facility for misdemeanants, forensics laboratories, evidence lockers, vehicle-storage and maintenance areas, a 10-bay firing range, a 900-sq-ft data center, a weight room, three courtrooms, and a multipurpose room.

For its mechanical, plumbing, and fire-protection work on the project, Bellevue, Wash.-based mechanical and electrical engineering firm Wood Harbinger is the recipient of HPAC Engineering’s Design Award for 2015.

The Wood Harbinger Team

Paul Johnson, PE, CSI, LEED AP BD+C: As the principal in charge, Johnson oversaw the firm’s services and helped to determine the design direction.

Mohammed Haq, PE: As project manager/lead mechanical engineer, Haq served as the primary point of contact, focusing on clear communication between all parties, maintaining tasks and budgets, and overseeing the mechanical design of HVAC systems, building controls, and specialty exhaust and humidity-control systems for the labs and evidence room.

Stephen Howard: As the lead plumbing engineer, Howard designed the rainwater rooftop collection and filtration systems, as well as the plumbing systems.

 

Read the full article at HPAC.com.

 

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