As the independent, third-party commissioning agent, MBP served as the owner’s agent to develop, manage, and coordinate the commissioning process on this project. Commissioning services were provided in accordance with USGBC LEED guidelines, Energy & Atmosphere (EA) Prerequisite 1: Fundamental Commissioning and EA Credit 3: Enhanced Commissioning. MBP’s participation as the commissioning authority assisted the project… Read More
The Inova Schar Cancer Institute (ISCI) is the first of many major projects Inova is undertaking since acquiring the land and buildings which previously served as Exxon Mobil’s Headquarters. The 117 acres of land off Gallows Road in Merrifield will soon become a hub of scientific and technological innovation that will make Fairfax County a… Read More
MBP provided commissioning services of the expansion and renovation project which involved construction of a new, 38,000-square-foot tower and renovations of 72,000 square feet of interior spaces. The expansion provided for a new women’s and children’s health pavilion, new state-of-the-art operating suites, and enhancements to the post-operative patient care area, pediatric care unit, clinical laboratory,… Read More
MBP provided construction management services to support the Suffolk Economic Development Authority including schedule reviews, on-site inspection, and quality assurance. This design-build project consisted of a 63,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building. Sitework consisted of a new paved parking lot, landscaping, sewer, water, storm utilities, and stormwater management pond. This building achieved LEED Silver certification. “It… Read More
MBP provided mechanical commissioning services for the Duke Chesterfield Building. The project consisted of a multi-phase up-fit of 100,000 square feet of former factory shell space into mixed-use research, preparatory and optics laboratories, as well as office and conference rooms for researchers.
MBP provided commissioning services for Duke Health’s Clinical and Research Laboratory (CaRL) building. The project replaced the existing air handling unit, laboratory exhaust fans, energy recovery system, and mechanical ductwork and piping systems within the penthouse and basement mechanical room in three phases while the building remained occupied.
MBP provided commissioning services to systematically optimize the building and ancillary systems to operate efficiently and effectively. Fundamental systems were calibrated and operating as required to deliver functional and efficient performance. The Duke Raleigh Hospital involved the construction of a new 181,000-square-foot, five-story bed tower addition, along with 40,000 square feet of renovations in the existing… Read More
MBP provided design development and 100% construction document constructibility review services on the project. Project Infinity is a two-story, 169,280-gross-square-foot administrative and clinical laboratory facility. The facility consists of structural steel frame, elevated concrete deck, architectural pre-cast concrete panels, fixtures, furnishings and laboratory equipment.
This $400 million project encompasses 440,000 square feet of new construction and 95,000 square feet of renovations in existing space. The expansion will increase patient privacy and will create a new ambulance drop off and emergency department, adding 80 new exam/treatment rooms of which 12 will be dedicated to pediatrics, four new operating rooms, six… Read More
MBP provided dispute resolution services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Analytical Chemistry Laboratory which consisted of the construction of two additions comprising a total of 26,000 square feet, including a state-of-the-art advanced analytical chemistry wing for work with supertoxic chemical agents and toxins and associated data reduction space and administrative space.