South Dakota Women’s Prison

South Dakota Women’s Prison

DESCRIPTION: The design team is working with the South Dakota DOC on the planning and design of the Women’s Community prison in Rapid City. PCI provided design for the low voltage and security electronics systems for this project, including touchscreen/door control, intercom and paging, duress alarm, access control, CCTV, perimeter detection, and UPS systems.

LOCATION: Rapid City, South Dakota
PROJECT SIZE: TBD
CLIENT: South Dakota Department of Corrections
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DB)
ARCHITECTS:
Architecture Incorporated – Rapid City, SD
HDR Inc – Chicago, IL
CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Garfield School, Phase I

Garfield School, Phase I

DESCRIPTION: PCI designed replacement of the building electrical system in support of an HVAC replacement project. Electrical design included replacement of the existing electrical service entrance, addition of a new building service entrance, and replacement of specific panels throughout the facility. Additionally, the gym lighting was replaced as part of the project.

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

Palouse School Phase I

Palouse School Phase I

DESCRIPTION: PCI designed replacement of the building electrical system in support of an HVAC replacement project. Electrical design included replacement of the existing electrical service entrance, addition of a new building service entrance, and replacement of specific panels throughout the facility.

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

Prescott School District Ground Mount Solar PV System

Prescott School District Ground Mount Solar PV System

DESCRIPTION:

This project was a design/build system for a 102.9 kW-DC ground mount solar PV array located at Prescott High School.  The system consists of Silfab Solar modules, Solar Edge power optimizers, Solar Edge three phase inverters, and Unirac ground fixed tilt racking.

This solar installation is estimated to produce more than 151,665 kWh/year annually saving Prescott School District more than $10,570 per year. This is equivalent to 109.5 metric tons of CO2 greenhouse gases saved annually.

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

Clarkston School District ESCO Phase I

Clarkston School District ESCO Phase I

DESCRIPTION: Grantham Elementary School design work included reconfiguration of the electrical service entrance equipment, and additions to the main service for the following HVAC modifications in this 43,000sf building:

  • Boiler and Pump Retrofit. Replacement of the boilers and hot water pumps.
  • HVAC Retrofit. Replacement of the fan coil units and air handling units.

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

Granger School District ESCO Phase I

Granger School District ESCO Phase I

DESCRIPTION:
Granger Middle School design work included reconfiguration of the electrical service entrance equipment, and additions to the main service for the following HVAC modifications in this 46,700sf building:

  • Boiler and Pump Retrofit. Replacement of the boilers and hot water pumps.
  • Chiller and Pump Retrofit. Replacement of the chiller and chilled water pumps.
  • HVAC Retrofit. Replacement of the fan coil units and air handling units.

Roosevelt Elementary School electrical design work included reconfiguration of the electrical service entrance equipment and additions to the main service for the following HVAC modifications for this 48,000sf building:

  • Boiler and Pump Retrofit. Replacement of the boilers and hot water pumps.
  • Chiller and Pump Retrofit. Replacement of the chiller and chilled water pumps.

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

Town of Friday Harbor Solar PV

Town of Friday Harbor Solar PV

DESCRIPTION: PCI designed this 100.4 kW-DC ground mount photovoltaic system at the Town’s waste water treatment plant. The system consists of Silfab Solar modules, Solar Edge DC optimizers and string-inverters, and Unirac racking.

This solar installation is estimated to produce more than 95,180 kWh/year annually saving the Town of Friday Harbor more than $9,846 per year. This is equivalent to 67.5 metric tons of CO2 greenhouse gases saved annually.

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

Spokane County Indoor Small Arms Range and Training Center

Spokane County Indoor Small Arms Range and Training Center

DESCRIPTION: PCI provided electrical and low voltage design for this 75,600 square foot facility which contains a 21 lane small arms range (expandable to 35), training classrooms, simulator room, a helicopter training tower, shoot house, and support facilities for joint use between the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and the US Air Force.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
CLIENT: Spokane County – Spokane, Washington
ARCHITECT: Clark Nexsen Public Safety – Virginia Beach, Virginia
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
CONTRACTOR: Walker Construction – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Pictures courtesy of Clark Nexsen

Johanna Beverage Conveyor Addition

Johanna Beverage Conveyor Addition

DESCRIPTION: PCI designed power, lighting, fire alarm and communications systems for renovation and replacement of existing systems within this operational 155,950 square foot facility. Work included:

  • 3 conveyor and palletizer lines connecting the filler lines with the refrigerated warehouse, with capacity for a 4th line.
  • Addition of a diesel and electric fire pump.
  • Addition of fire alarm systems to support sprinkler system modifications.
  • Lab and incubator room remodel.
  • Septic system additions.
  • Plant lighting upgrades.
  • Rooftop unit HVAC replacement and upgrades.
  • Replacement of existing cooler refrigeration.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
FACILITY SIZE: 35,100 Square Feet
CLIENT: Johanna Foods
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: Fisher Construction
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR: PCI Renewables – Spokane, Washington
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

University of Washington Medical Center Behavioral Health Teaching Facility

University of Washington Medical Center Behavioral Health Teaching Facility

DESCRIPTION:The University of Washington has established a bold vision for a new Behavioral Health Teaching Facility that will become the foundation for positive transformation of the entire Behavioral Health system in the state of Washington. Located adjacent to an existing acute care hospital on the UW Medical Center Northwest Campus, the new six-story building will be a fully integrated welcoming and healing environment for individuals struggling with both physical and behavioral health conditions. The facility will support a full continuum of clinical services ranging from effective medication management and psychotherapies to state-of-the-art neuromodulation treatments, as well as medical and surgical care for individuals with behavioral health disorders.

LOCATION: Seattle, Washington
CLIENT: University of Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: SRG Partnership
CONTRACTOR: Clark|Abbott Joint Venture
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design

Rendering courtesy of SRG Partnership

Indiana Professional Center

Indiana Professional Center

DESCRIPTION: PCI provided design of this 26,000sf office building for professional, medical and dental offices.

LOCATION: Spokane, Washington
CLIENT: Ramey Construction – Spokane, Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
SERVICES PROVIDED: Electrical System Design

Images courtesy of Form Architecture

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

Images 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

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