Loudoun Station Development
Henry Adams is providing the MEP engineering design and construction phase services for the new multi-family housing project - Loudoun Station Development. Phase II includes five new buildings with a total of 568 dwelling units and 654,198 SF. The project is comprised of two sites, East and West. The East site consists of two buildings with 250 dwelling units and a 388,714 SF parking garage. The West site consists of three buildings with 318 dwelling units and a 328,495 SF parking garage. The development will feature single and multiple bedroom units and retail space.
The mechanical scope includes HVAC and associated controls, dedicated outside air/ventilation units, and fire suppression. The building will primarily be conditioned by a direct expansion split system heat pump units with supplemental electric heat. Each unit will be provided with a vertical indoor air handling unit and associated remote heat pump unit. Ventilation will be supplied directly to each apartment through a ducted connection from the exterior facade to each apartment unit indoor air handler. The corridors will be served by either a split system heat pump or packaged rooftop units.
The electrical scope includes power, lighting, and fire alarm. The interior lighting for general, emergency, and task lighting applications will consist of commodity-grade luminaires. Cable television and voice/data will be extended to common areas, elevators, fire pump room, and similar locations as needed. The fire alarm system design will include a fire pump and emergency generator. Each phase will consist of an addressable, microprocessor-based fire detection and alarm system interconnected within the East Building and the West Building. This project is being designed to achieve LEED Certification.
|Architect||Torti Gallas & Partners|