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Massachusetts Chief Medical Examiner's Office HVAC Upgrades, Boston, Mass.

Emergency response yielded temporary solutions within 72 hours. Permanent designs resulted in improved IAQ, upgraded LED lighting, upgraded ATC systems, and 24/7 building operability during construction.

As prime consultant, AEI performed renovation activities of the examination facility for the Chief Medical Examiner. The two-story, 27,000 GSF building includes a mechanical penthouse, and functional areas include a building lobby, common corridors, locker rooms, an elevator core, a cafeteria and kitchen, public restrooms, office spaces, a garage, autopsy rooms, an X-ray suite, storage areas, and mechanical and electrical utility areas to house building equipment. As part of this scope of work, AEI provided emergency response and temporary repairs; upgrades to the autopsy rooms, chilled water systems, indoor air quality and automatic temperature controls; and construction phasing.

OWNER

DCAMM

CLIENT

AEI performed this project as Prime

CONSTRUCTION COST

$1.16M

SIZE

27,000 SF

AEI SERVICES

Mechanical
Electrical
Lighting

PROJECT FEATURES

Accelerated Schedule
Occupied and Phased Construction
Emergency Response and Temporary Repairs
c149 Filed Sub-bids