MBP was retained on behalf of the Architect of the Capitol when the project was approximately 50% complete to provide services that included two cost to complete estimates, CPM scheduling support during construction completion, and risk management training and implementation during completion of construction. The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center consists of a new 580,000-square-foot three-story… Read More
MBP provided on-site inspection services for the addition to the existing City of Chesapeake Jail. The expanded facility houses the minimum-security inmates (grass cutting and work release) and it includes an intake area, administrative offices, four inmate pods, kitchen, laundry facility, barber shop, two recreation yards, search room, body scanner, and detention cells. The facility also… Read More
MBP provided on-site construction management and observation services for this significant project. This three-story, 51,000-square-foot building provides a central location for many of the City’s most critical communications and emergency operations functions. The building houses the offices of emergency management and emergency operations center, 911 city call center, emergency communications center, department of information technology… Read More
MBP was retained by the City of Durham to provide commissioning services and assist in resolving comfort, sequence of operation issues, and to help reduce the energy usage at the Durham Performing Arts Center. The project featured a 2,800-seat Broadway style theatre in a 114,000-square-foot facility. It is the largest performing arts center in the Carolinas and holds theatrical… Read More
MBP provided LEED enhanced commissioning services and LEED consulting services during the design, construction, acceptance, and warranty phases. The project involved the construction of an approximate 11,000-square-foot fire station and emergency medical services building. Systems commissioned include air handling units with direct expansion cooling and gas heat, gas-fired domestic water heaters, infrared heaters in the… Read More
MBP is providing commissioning services in accordance with ASHRAE guidelines and the Building Commissioning Association Handbook. This project consisted of a 210,000-square-foot renovation and an additional 8,000-square-foot expansion for the new gallery space in two new wings on each side of the entrance of the Chrysler Museum of Art. Every gallery was improved, modified, and reinstalled.
MBP provided enhanced commissioning services during the design, construction, acceptance, and warranty phases. The project consisted of an approximately 30,000-square-foot community center which includes a gymnasium, locker rooms, fitness room, dividable multi-purpose room, classrooms, and offices. The project was designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.
MBP provided fundamental commissioning activities in accordance with USGBC LEED guidelines for New Construction, Energy & Atmosphere Prerequisite 1. The project involved the complete demolition of the existing facility and associated site elements. The new facility encompasses 17,200 square feet including a gymnasium, dividable multi-purpose room, fitness room, office, kitchen, restrooms, and storage. The gymnasium component… Read More
The Stryker Center was a Public-Private Education and Infrastructure Act (PPEA) project, which was designed to bring private sector expertise to bear on public projects – saving time and money. PPEA encourages innovative approaches to financing construction projects. MBP worked on comprehensive agreements for the owner which ensured the project, a joint venture between the… Read More
As the owner’s representative, MBP provided full-time, on-site construction management services including cost estimating, quality control, managing project documentation, change order cost analysis, CPM schedule review, and dispute resolution services. MBP was selected to provide fundamental commissioning services as the project pursued LEED certification. The project was a 102,000-square-foot facility with a grand ballroom, an… Read More