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October 22, 2015

MBP Awarded Commissioning Contract by University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - MBP is pleased to announce that the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) has selected the firm to provide commissioning services for the Towne Building First Floor HVAC and Office Renovations project.

MBP’s commissioning team will provide enhanced commissioning services for HVAC equipment and systems, electrical distribution and lighting systems, domestic water systems, and architectural finishes from design through the construction and warranty phases.

The Town Building is a five-story, approximately 170,755-square-foot facility. The first floor renovations will encompass approximately 17,000 square feet with an additional 6,800 square feet of renovations in the basement area. The approximate construction budget for this project is $3.75 million and is targeting a LEED Silver certification. The renovation is scheduled for completion for Summer 2016.

“We are thrilled to be providing quality commissioning services to Penn,” says Gerald Timothy, PE, CBCP, QCxP, Branch Manager. “We look forward to strengthening and building upon our relationship with the University.”


About MBP
MBP is a multi-disciplined consulting firm that provides a broad range of professional services designed to mitigate risk and optimize value within the built environment. Our diverse team of experts specialize in innovative solutions to our clients’ dynamic infrastructure and facility needs. We maximize an owner’s investment by identifying performance enhancements and efficiency improvements which translate into reduced lifecycle asset costs. Established in 1989, MBP is a nationally recognized construction management services firm with offices in Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Professional engineering services in North Carolina are offered by MBP Carolinas (d/b/a MBP).



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