City of Granger Ground Mount Solar PV

City of Granger Ground Mount Solar PV

DESCRIPTION:

This project was a design/build effort for a 525.1 kW-DC ground mount solar PV array at one of the the City’s well pump facilities.  The system consists of Silfab Solar modules, Solar Edge DC optimizers and string-inverters, and Sunmodo racking.

This solar installation is estimated to produce more than 66,744 kWh/year annually saving the City of Granger more than $7,100 per year. This is equivalent to 47.2 metric tons of CO2 greenhouse gases saved annually.

LOCATION: Granger, Washington
CLIENT: City of Granger
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Wonder Site Adaptive Reuse

Wonder Site Adaptive Reuse

DESCRIPTION: A local developer bought the historic Wonder Bread bakery building for development into an artisan food market and commercial space. PCI provided electrical design for the renovation and addition to the existing building, and provided electrical shell build-out for future tenant spaces. In addition, PCI provided design for an adjacent parking structure, to be utilized for tenants and visitors within the building. After construction was complete, the building was maintained on the historic register.

KEY FEATURES: Adaptive Reuse, Tenant Improvements, 400 Stall Parking Garage

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
PROJECT SIZE: 112,000 Square Feet
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: Wolfe Architecture Group – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Photo courtesy of Wolfe Architectural Group

Johanna Beverage Cold Storage Addition

Johanna Beverage Cold Storage Addition

DESCRIPTION: Johanna Beverage, a subsidiary of Johanna Foods, is a chilled juice and frozen product manufacturing company with the west coast plant located in Spokane, WA. This project consisted of a refrigerated warehouse addition on the existing manufacturing facility.

Electrical design included extension of the existing primary electrical system, a new electrical facility service entrance, and electrical design of the chiller plant. Chiller plant design consisted of two (2) 500HP ammonia chillers, with associated pumps, cooling towers, and variable frequency drives.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
FACILITY SIZE: 37,000 Square Feet
CLIENT: Johanna Foods
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
CONTRACTOR: Fisher Construction
ARCHITECT: Cooper Architects – Bellevue, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Photos courtesy of Fisher Construction.

Santa Cruz Juvenile Hall Renovation and Upgrade

Santa Cruz Juvenile Hall Renovation and Upgrade

DESCRIPTION: This renovation and upgrade project included replacement of the existing door control system with a touchscreen/PLC system, replacement of the existing intercom and paging system, replacement and expansion of the closed circuit television (CCTV) system, integration of the existing duress alarm system, expansion of the data/telecom system, addition of a perimeter fence detection system, and replacement of the existing fire alarm system in an occupied facility.

LOCATION: Felton, California
CLIENT: Santa Cruz County Probation
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Integrated Research and Innovation Center Solar PV System, University of Idaho

Integrated Research and Innovation Center Solar PV System, University of Idaho

DESCRIPTION:

PCI provided electrical design for a 147.2kW DC solar photovoltaic (PV) system utilizing a non-penetrating ballasted rooftop mounting system. This project provides one of the steps in converting the U of I campus electrical grid into a microgrid.

LOCATION: Moscow, Idaho
CLIENT: University of Idaho
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Women’s Community Correctional Center Expansion

Women’s Community Correctional Center Expansion

DESCRIPTION: The design team is working with the Hawaii Department of Public Safety (PSD) and Department of Accounting and General Services on the planning and design of the Women’s Community Correctional Center (WCCC) Expansion project in Kailua on the Island of Oahu. This project will expand housing, replace the aging administration building, and develop a new intake center at the existing WCCC. The WCCC is the only women’s prison in Hawaii and is being expanded to allow for transfer of all female inmates currently housed in overcrowded, deteriorating facilities located at other State institutions. Currently Hawaii PSD’s largest capital improvement project, expansion of the WCCC is an important step towards the eventual replacement of other facilities.

PCI provided design for the low voltage and security electronics systems for this project, including fire alarm, data/telephone, CATV, touchscreen/door control, intercom and paging, duress alarm, access control, CCTV, and UPS systems.

LOCATION: Kailua, Hawaii
PROJECT SIZE: 56,000 Square Feet, 24 Cells, 112 Beds
CLIENT: Hawaii Department of Public Safety
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Artwork courtesy of CGL Companies

Humboldt County Juvenile Facility

Humboldt County Juvenile Facility

DESCRIPTION: This project facilitates the expansion of the existing juvenile facility by removing a portion of the existing out-of-date facility and building a new housing unit adjacent to the existing unit, to provide a facility that will provide education and other programming in a setting conducive to learning while maintaining a safe and secure atmosphere.

The new juvenile hall is 19,500 square feet (SF) facility on approximately 0.6 acres out of a 3+/- acre county owned site. The new juvenile Facility will include housing space for 30 juveniles, administrative and support services, a control room, education rooms, health services, food services laundry, visitation, public spaces, and an intake and booking space.

PCI provided low voltage security electronics (LVSE) design services for this facility. Low voltage security electronic system design included door control, intercom and paging, closed circuit television (CCTV), and control interface to electrical systems.

LOCATION: Eureka, California
CLIENT: Humboldt County Juvenile Probation Services
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: NMR Architects + Engineers – Redding, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design

City of Flagstaff Courts Facility

City of Flagstaff Courts Facility

DESCRIPTION: PCI provided low voltage design services for a three story, 40,200 square foot courts facility to replace the existing court facility. The facility consisted of Type A-3, B, and I-3 occupancies. Design services included design of the following systems: access control, closed circuit television, audio/visual, fire alarm, and data systems.

LOCATION: Flagstaff, Arizona
CLIENT: City of Flagstaff – Flagstaff, AZ
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Kinney Construction Services, Inc. – Flagstaff, AZ
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Artwork courtesy of CGL Companies

Bonner General Health EES Replacement

Bonner General Health EES Replacement

DESCRIPTION: PCI provided design and construction administration services for the replacement of the Essential Electrical System (EES) in this occupied 25 bed Critical Access Hospital.

The electrical design consisted of a new generator, generator pad, transformers, automatic transfer switches, uninterruptible power supplies, electrical switchboards, distribution panels, and branch circuit panels.

Additionally, the facility’s CT Scan imaging equipment was added to the EES system to enhance reliability of this equipment.

PCI served as the Prime Consultant on this project.

LOCATION: Sandpoint, Idaho
CLIENT: Bonner General Health – Sandpoint, Idaho
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
CONTRACTOR: Bouten Construction – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Santa Barbara County North Branch Jail

Santa Barbara County North Branch Jail

DESCRIPTION: PCI provided Construction Administration and Security Electronics commissioning services for this 138,000 square foot, 376 bed jail project.

LOCATION: Santa Maria, California
CLIENT: Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office – Santa Barbara, California
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: Kitchell CEM – Sacramento, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics Construction Administration, Security Electronics Commissioning

Tsé Bit’a’í Justice Center

Tsé Bit’a’í Justice Center

DESCRIPTION: PCI is designing the Low Voltage Security Electronics systems for a new 80-bed 97,000 square foot facility which will provide Courts, Law Enforcement and Corrections services for the Navajo Nation within two buildings on the campus. The driving force behind the design is restorative justice that embraces culture, local context and the community as a whole.

LOCATION: Shiprock, New Mexico
CLIENT: Navajo Nation
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: KUBL
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage Security Electronics System Design

Grand Mesa Youth Services Center

Grand Mesa Youth Services Center

DESCRIPTION: As part of a facility refurbishment for safety, risk mitigation, and modernization, this project facilitates the modernization of the existing juvenile facility by designing and installing multiple new electronic systems including a new PLC based door control system with new HMI station, intercom system, paging system, and CCTV system. PCI provided low voltage security electronics (LVSE) design services for this facility.

LOCATION: Grand Mesa, Colorado
CLIENT: Colorado Department of Human Services
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: Reilly Johnson Architecture – Denver, Colorado
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design

Providence Holy Family Hospital Critical Switchboard Replacement

Providence Holy Family Hospital Critical Switchboard Replacement

DESCRIPTION: PCI had recently completed a master planning project to prioritize replacement of normal and emergency power infrastructure at the hospital.

This project was an emergency project that resulted from the failure of a critical automatic transfer switch (ATS) serving the entire hospital including the acute care portion, of which, this was one of the items identified in the study.

The existing 1960’s era critical switchboard and ATS were close to failure and needed to be replaced as this equipment served the acute care hospital. Additionally, the hospital was cited for non-compliance as numerous normal power loads were intermixed with the critical branch. PCI designed new Normal, Critical, Equipment, and Optional Standby switchboards, associated automatic transfer switches, and redesigned the existing generator switchboard for code compliance.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
CLIENT: Holy Family Hospital – Spokane, Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Power City Electric – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Douglas County Law and Justice Facility

Douglas County Law and Justice Facility

DESCRIPTION: The third phase of a three phase project on the County campus, the new 18,000 square foot Law & Justice Facility supports the District Courts, Sheriff’s Offices, and provides support for other County Departments. PCI provided electrical design for the facility and design for interface to other campus electrical systems.

KEY FEATURES: District Courts, Sheriff’s Offices

LOCATION: Wenatchee, Washington
CLIENT: Douglas County – Wenatchee, Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: MJ Neal Associates – Wenatchee, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Ag Energy Integrated Biomass Platform

Ag Energy Integrated Biomass Platform

DESCRIPTION:This highly innovative project for Ag Energy included the design of the electrical and generation system for a containerized, portable biomass energy system designed for the agricultural industry. The Renewable Electricity System (RES), combines proven gasifier and generator technologies with modern automation and control systems to produce a mobile, autonomous power generation plant.

This system produces de-centralized power utilizing waste organic matter from high yield farming operations to produce sustainable energy. The RES system reduces energy use and operational costs, while producing renewable power, and effectively solving the farmer’s field residue surplus problem by converting the field residue waste stream into a valuable commodity.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
CLIENT: Ag Energy – Spokane, Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical Engineering Design

Kettle Falls Solar PV

Kettle Falls Solar PV

DESCRIPTION: This project was a design/build effort for a 100.8 kW-DC fixed ground mount solar PV array for the City of Kettle Falls at their WWTP site. The system is comprised of 336 Itek Energy 300 Watt modules. Power is converted by 4 SMA America 24000TL inverters and is connected to the Avista grid at 480 volts, 3 phase. The system offsets their utility usage by 132,000 kWh saving the City almost $14,000 per year.

LOCATION: Kettle Falls, Washington
CLIENT: City of Kettle Falls
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Apollo Solutions Group – Kennewick, Washington
PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Santa Cruz County Rountree Detention and ReEntry Facility

Santa Cruz County Rountree Detention and ReEntry Facility

DESCRIPTION: The project includes developing bridging documents, work plans, system layout, and preliminary design documents for renovation and expansion of the existing Rountree Medium Security Facility to be used for the expansion of 64 additional beds, new program space, new perimeter fencing systems, and new intake and sallyports on the existing jail campus.

Now known as the Rountree Detention and Reentry Facility, the new and improved detention center combines education, vocational training, and rehabilitation services under one roof, with semi-private living areas for inmates and increased access to a variety of social and rehabilitative services.

Documents were provided for the following systems: movement door control systems; campus CCTV system; campus digital intercom and paging systems; data/telephone infrastructure; inmate telephone systems; video visitation systems; audio-visual systems; perimeter fence detection systems, and fire alarm systems.

LOCATION: Watsonville, California
PROJECT SIZE: 41,926 Square Feet
CLIENT: County of Santa Cruz
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics Design

Humboldt County Re-Entry Facility

Humboldt County Re-Entry Facility

DESCRIPTION: The County received SB863 funds to construct a new re-entry facility adjacent to the existing Humboldt County Correctional Facility. This project provides a new, stand-alone 31,500 square foot, 44 bed adult reentry and mental health facility. Low voltage security electronics system design consists of a touchscreen/PLC based door control, closed circuit television (CCTV), digital intercom and paging, access control, and uninterruptible power supply systems. The access control and CCTV system are integrated with the existing campus systems for continuity between facilities.

LOCATION: Eureka, California
CLIENT: Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office – Eureka, California
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT:
Nichols, Melburg & Rosetto – Redding, California
Lionakis – Sacramento, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design

Toppenish Solar PV

Toppenish Solar PV

DESCRIPTION: This project was a design/build effort for a 100.8 kW-DC fixed ground mount solar PV array for the Toppenish School District at their High School. The system is comprised of 336 Itek Energy 300 Watt modules. Power is converted by 4 SMA America 24000TL inverters and is connected to the Pacific Power grid at 480 volts, 3 phase. The system offsets their utility usage by 154,000 kWh saving the City almost $16,000 per year. The system will be used for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program to teach students about renewable and solar photovoltaic energy.

LOCATION: Toppenish, Washington
CLIENT: Toppenish School District
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Apollo Solutions Group – Kennewick, Washington
PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Benton City Solar PV

Benton City Solar PV

DESCRIPTION: This project was a design/build effort for a 75.6 kW-DC fixed ground mount solar PV array for Benton City at their WWTP site. The system is comprised of 252 Itek Energy 300 Watt modules. Power is converted by 3 SMA America 24000TL inverters and is connected to the Benton City PUD grid at 480 volts, 3 phase. The system offsets their utility usage by 112,000 kWh saving the City almost $12,000 per year.

LOCATION: Benton City, Washington
CLIENT: Benton City
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR:  Apollo Solutions Group – Kennewick, Washington
PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

 

City of St. John Solar PV

City of St. John Solar PV

DESCRIPTION: This project was a design/build effort for a 100.8 kW-DC fixed ground mount solar PV array for the City of St. John on City owned property. The system is comprised of 336 Itek Energy 300 Watt modules. Power is converted by 4 SMA America 24000TL inverters and is connected to the Avista grid at 480 volts, 3 phase. The system offsets their utility usage by 143,000 kWh saving the City almost $15,000 per year.

LOCATION: St. John, Washington
CLIENT: City of St. John
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Apollo Solutions Group – Kennewick, Washington
Harrison Electric – Colfax, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

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