MEP Engineering for Sports & Recreation Facilities

MEP Systems for Sports & Recreation Facilities require a level of expertise in power, lighting and HVAC systems that’s second to none. Peter Basso Associates is a top MEP Consulting Firm with just that expertise – and we’ve designed effective, cost-contained systems that contribute to the successful completion of beautiful and efficient recreational spaces and facilities for clients across the country.


University of Detroit Mercy, Student Fitness Center | Detroit, MI

This innovative MEP system is integrated into the University of Detroit Mercy's Fitness Center, which will be used for many campus events, as it is the largest climate controlled space on campus. Multiple levels of lighting, HVAC controls, power and communication technologies systems were designed and strategically located to provide flexibility to maximize use of the spaces. Learn More...


Saginaw Valley State University, Indoor Fieldhouse  | Saginaw, MI

PBA provided MEP engineering design and lighting design services for the 150,000 sf addition to the Ryder Center at SVSU, which included a new Fieldhouse, featuring a 300-meter track; changing rooms; storage areas; lockers; and office spaces. Learn More...


Michigan State University IM Sports West Pool/Locker Room HVAC Replacement | East Lansing, MI

PBA provided MEP engineering design services for the HVAC renovation and upgrade of MSU's IM Sports West/Pool Locker Room natatorium. The design team including MSU, PBA and project consultants, were tasking with finding an HVAC design solution for the Trichloramine formation and off-gassing from the indoor pool, and the adverse health effects that the gas was having on swimmers, coaches and facility personnel. Learn More...


The University of Michigan, Crisler Arena Renovation | Ann Arbor, MI

Mechanical and electrical engineering, fire protection, and lighting design services were provided for The University of Michigan Crisler Center renovation and expansion. The expansion includes 63,000 GSF of new spectator entrances, retail spaces, ticketing areas and a private club space, as well as 54,000 GSF of improved spectator circulation and egress, additional restrooms and concession areas, and ADA accessible seating. Learn More...


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