Georgia State University

This project included a campus-wide energy audit on almost all buildings and mechanical engineering design for renovations to the science laboratory in Ken Hall. The project was conducted in two phases and involved the installation of kilns in the Art Department and a bacteriological filtration system for a carcinogen laboratory.

Phase I involved a total energy audit and conservation of energy for most of the campus buildings. Additionally, an extensive review of the existing conditions in the science laboratory, the art department and the bacteriological system in the carcinogen lab was conducted.

Based on the findings and evaluations of each system, a feasibility study package was provided with associated construction costs. Based on the feasibility study package provided in phase I, Phase II provided as-built drawings of the existing system, final recommendations for the new design and specifications.


  • Energy Audit
  • Feasibility Study
  • As-Built Drawings
  • Program Management
  • Construction Management
  • Design Services
  • Mechanical Design


  • Mechanical Design for Science
  • Laboratory in Ken Hall
  • Two-Phase Project
  • Kiln Installation in Art Department
  • Bacteriological Filtration System