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MBTA Commuter Rail Station and Parking Improvements, Salem, Mass.

For this six-story parking structure designed to accommodate 750 cars, AEI provided MEP/FP design and construction administration that included energy-efficient lighting, a central paging system, and six-story elevator and stair lobbies. As part of its energy-efficient lighting system design, AEI completed photometric studies of alternative lighting approaches. Full design services included lighting systems for the garage, site and platform areas; a fire alarm system; an emergency power generator; the paging, security, and telephone system backbone; a building and train platform grounding system; fire protection standpipes in all stairwells; new fire protection water service with dry valves for the standpipes; plumbing storm and sanitary drainage systems; an oil/water separator; an HVAC system for the elevator lobbies and machine rooms; and new MEP/FP systems for the elevator lobbies.

OWNER

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)

CLIENT

AECOM

CONSTRUCTION COST

$45M

SIZE

Six-levels, 750 Cars

AEI SERVICES

Mechanical
Electrical
Plumbing
Fire Protection
Lighting
Low Voltage Electric

PHASES OF DESIGN

Design Development
Construction Documents
Construction Administration