J.F. Wild Bank Building

Indianapolis, IN

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J.F. Wild Bank Building

DAE designed mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) and fire protection systems for conversion of historical J.F. Wild Bank Building (12 floors, built in 1904) from office space to 58 apartments with office space in downtown Indianapolis.

Systems include energy efficient T8 fluorescent and light emitting diode (LED) lighting, backup generator, elevator upgrades, egress lighting, water source heat pumps, outside air heat recovery, plumbing, laundry duct-work, and fire sprinklers.

Loon Lake Lodge

DAE completed a total mechanical and electrical renovation of an existing facility with unique mechanical and electrical animations.

Crestwood North

Built in 2002-2003 for Crestwood North Apartments Partnership, this 92,600 square foot three story building accommodates 84 units.

Christamore Court

This 36,000 square foot Senior Housing Project will provide 34 new senior apartments with a community room, community garden, activity room, kitchenette, and staff offices.  Completion date: Spring 2006.

Purdue University

For two residence halls, Design-Aire Engineering conducted initial investigations that led to mechanical system upgrades.  In Harrison Hall, the mechanical system was replaced for the entire building, including interface with campus chillwater and energy management systems.  At Hawkins Hall, an indoor air quality survey and mechanical system serviceability evaluation led to HVAC system replacement design.

Morton Mansion Apartments

Morton Mansion Apartments, located in Bloomington, Indiana, will be constructed in multiple phases.  The first phase is a 31,200 square foot, 16 apartment units.  The design includes high efficiency air-to-air heat pumps with auxiliary electric heat, high efficient plumbing fixtures, and compact fluorescent lighting.

Stork Place Apartments

Stork Place Apartments, located in Huntingburg Indiana, is a 28,894 square-foot, three-story apartment building, that includes (17) 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.  The MEP systems for this facility include a 50 ton Ground Source Geothermal Heat Pump System, involving  vertical well heat sinks and electric auxiliary heat, low flow plumbing fixtures, and high efficiency LED and fluorescent lighting.  Also included was a full building backup electric generator for critical systems operation.