Peter Basso Associates’ MEP engineering design for government facilities includes projects at the municipal, county, state and federal levels and includes work with the General Services Administration, Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Environmental Protection Agency. Our mechanical engineering and electrical engineering capabilities encompass police and fire stations, correctional facilities, courthouses, armories, libraries, public works buildings, storage facilities and warehouses, administrative offices, parks and recreational facilities, testing facilities, and transportation facilities.
Sustainability, energy efficiency, maintenance and overall life cycle cost play a special role in the design of government facilities. Deliberate and rigorous analysis of systems and approaches are often necessary to demonstrate responsible decision-making for government stakeholders. Best practices are expected. We have developed a deep understanding of the specific needs and operational requirements of these facilities and incorporate best practices from all our markets to share with our government clients.
Are you a State of Michigan MiDEAL member? Peter Basso Associates is a pre-approved vendor through the State of Michigan. Contact us at MEPEngineer@pbanet.com to find out how you can take advantage of our State contract pricing.
The City of Ann Arbor’s Larcom Building housed the administrative offices and police department. As a result of a facility condition analysis conducted by Peter Basso AssociatesLearn More →
Touted as the 99th busiest airport in the nation, over ½ million passengers and pilots pass through the Oakland County International Airport every year.Learn More →
Oakland County needed to create dedicated space for its executive branch division offices. However, the existing facility’s infrastructure was in need of significant upgrades.Learn More →
PBA provided MEP engineering design services for one of the first courthouses in the State of Michigan to use a geothermal heat pump system, Macomb County 41-B District Courthouse.Learn More →