Texas A&M University
MLN’s Special Projects group successful completed Texas A&M’s Neeley Hall’s HVAC Renovation project. The scope-of-work on this mechanical retrofit project included demolition of the existing pipe in 18 chases and horizontal runs in the crawl space, installation of new riser piping with the main riser being done in Aquatherm, piping insulation, installation of a new RTU, replaced 140+ FCU’s, rebuilding of pump room, installation of new hatches and ventilation fans in the crawl space, electrical service upgrades, new network cabling, new cable television cabling, new lighting, new building management system, relocation of fire protection system, new rooftop access doors, installation of a new lay-in ceiling in the hallways and dorm rooms, along with other architectural improvements. This project had a 75 day start to completion construction schedule.
MLN’s Shane Crowson, Paul Walker, Greg Bolin, Isreal Bernal, Troy Thompson, Roger Jennings, Rusty Minchew, Jason Jones, and James Jones teamed-up with Aggieland Construction, Britt Rice Electric, PMI, and Siemens Building Technologies to complete this $5.8M project.
The MLN Special Projects team is proud to have been a part of the remodeling of Neeley Hall dormitory at Texas A&M University. The project was completed under normal working hours even though it was under a tight schedule and needed to be completed in the summer before the fall semester began. At the start of construction, MLN had to remove all of the glass on the top three floors and install a 14’x14’ concrete foundation for the installation of material and personnel hoist. The foundation was then removed at the completion of the project. MLN provided complete HVAC and fire protection services.
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