Henry Adams was responsible for the MEP engineering design for the historic Tremont Hotel second floor renovation and lobby modification. The 10,000 SF renovation included a new kitchen, bar, restaurant, lounge and private dining spaces. In addition, Henry Adams designed the MEP systems for the first floor lobby modifications. The HVAC design included high performance 4-pipe fan coil units connecting to the building’s existing chilled water and heating water system. The outdoor air distribution systems were designed to provide adequate ventilation for the HVAC system. The kitchen contains four Type I grease hoods and a Type II hood that are connected to two independent exhaust systems with the fans located on the roof. The make-up air for the two largest Type I grease hoods is provided by a new make-up air unit. The plumbing system utilizes the existing grease interceptor. The fire sprinkler protection was designed for the entire floor and will be connected to the existing standpipe riser. The electrical engineering design included power, lighting, fire alarm, voice evacuation and communications based on the new architectural design and to support the HVAC and kitchen equipment.
|Architect||Peter Fillat Architects|