East Lansing, Michigan
Originally constructed in 1953, Butterfield Hall was the final housing facility in the Brody Neighborhood to undergo renovations. As part of the renovation project, Peter Basso Associates (PBA) was tasked with improving existing building systems and components in the 4-story, 100,585 square foot Butterfield Hall on the East Lansing campus of Michigan State University. The goals of the mechanical engineering and electrical engineering scope of work included maximizing mechanical and electrical system efficiencies, minimizing utility consumption, and increasing maintenance efficiencies, in order to meet proper code requirements.
As the MEP consulting firm on the project, PBA provided MEP engineering and designed architectural lighting systems to accomplish the following:
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