The University of Denver, Seeley G. Mudd classroom and research facility building, underwent a major mechanical system update to increase energy efficiency by reducing energy usage. MKK provided the mechanical design for the project that added a heat recovery system, and replaced two outside air handling units allowing for a smaller chiller to be put … Continued
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MKK provided the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design for the administration and C-130 aircraft maintenance hangar and shop area for the Wyoming Air National Guard.
MKK provided design and construction services for the new Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility located in Denver, CO. This 230,000 SF facility provides a commuter rail vehicle maintenance for the Denver regional area. The facility incorporates a large multi-track multi-tier vehicle maintenance bay; support spaces, warehouse, training facilities, administrative offices, data center and a systems control … Continued
The State of Wyoming, with funding from the State Historical Preservation Office and the South Pass Historical District (SPHD), engaged MKK to deliver new electrical utility service to the historic Carissa Mine. The Mill Building, dating back to the late 1800’s has been without power for over 60 years. The SPHD wanted to operate the … Continued
This project was a new 35,000 SF facility to house the manufacturing for Brunton Inc, North American operations. The new facility merged several remote operations into one building. More than 80 employees utilize this facility, which is used for manufacturing, design and development, management, marketing, accounting, customer service and technical support.
The Austin American Statesman production expansion project included a remodel to the existing building located on South Congress Avenue, as well as an addition. The 66,266 SF addition houses the new mail room, offices, break room, conference room, and loading dock area. The renovation portion of the project included remodeling the portion of the existing … Continued