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Weston DPW, Weston, Mass.

The Weston DPW project was honored with a project achievement award by the Construction Management Association of America, New England Chapter.

AEI provided all MEP/FP design and CA services for the demolition and reconstruction of the Weston DPW. The new, two-building facility includes an 18,400 SF vehicle equipment operations garage with a vehicle wash bay and vehicle and equipment storage spaces, and a 23,500 SF operations building with administrative offices, employee support spaces, workshops, and vehicle maintenance operations areas. The site contains parking, a fueling facility, and a material storage bin area. AEI incorporated acoustic criteria into the mechanical equipment designs to mitigate noise impact in adjacent residential areas and designed a geothermal HVAC system to reduce energy costs by 18%. AEI also designed radiant heating in the maintenance and storage areas, energy recovery rooftop units, daylighting, and a waste oil supplemental heating system.

OWNER

Town of Weston, Mass.

Client

Weston & Sampson

CONSTRUCTION COST

$16M

SIZE

41,900 SF

AEI SERVICES

Mechanical
Electrical
Plumbing
Fire Protection

PHASES OF DESIGN

Design Development
Construction Documents

SUSTAINABILITY

LEED Certified

PROJECT FEATURES

New Construction
Vehicle Maintenance Facility
Geothermal HVAC Design
Daylighting
$23,000 Utility Rebates
Sustainable
c149 Filed Sub Bids