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CMU Administration Building Mechanical Upgrades
CMU Admin Building
This project will make improvements to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities' Administration Building.

What's happened? City staff has been working with engineering consultants PEA, P.A. for the design of new mechanical and lighting systems and other needed interior improvements to the facility.  The work includes the identification and correction of any non-code compliant items encountered.

What's next? The project team continues with construction of the 37,800 square foot facility.  Following construction and upon receipt of certificates of occupancy, employees will move back into their offices and work stations.

Who to contact:  Jeff Furr, P.E. Project Manager 704-336-7046
An Energy Project

This energy project will remove and replace the HVAC mechanical system throughout the entire facility, replacing grilles, ductwork and controls and installing a new chiller.  All interior light fixtures will be replaced with new energy efficient fixtures.  Other improvements include installation of new carpet, interior painting and a new fire alarm system.  The resulting product will be a much newer, renovated and comfortable building.

Objectives:
  • Replace old, outdated mechanical systems with new energy efficient systems and equipment.
  • Improve lighting throughout the building.
  • Improve in-door air quality and interior aesthetics.
  • Lower energy consumption and costs.

The project is located at 5100 Brookshire Freeway and is part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Click below to learn more:

Power2Charlotte

Cost:  $2,125,000
Please note that the project cost will include all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.  
 
The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage this Energy Improvement Project through a two-phase, two-floor construction process. 

Project Contacts:
Jeff Furr
, P.E. Project Manager, 704-336-7046
Julie McLelland P.E.  Utilities Project Manager, 704-391-5126