Dunham provided mechanical and electrical engineering services for a renovation of the Montague Hall building which was originally constructed in 1964. The 45,000 SF three story building consists of offices, classrooms, lecture halls, a museum storage and restoration area. The sustainable components of this building include high efficient lighting and lighting controls, variable flow heating cooling systems, demand control ventilation with CO2 sensors, and low flow high efficiency water closets and urinals. The low voltage design consisted of: Telecommunication cabling infrastructure throughout the facility (including dedicated rooms for network distribution); Security Systems Coordination (Owner provided systems included Access Control, Video Surveillance, Intrusion Detection) that ties into campus head end systems; Building Automation System backbone cabling and interface, Building Energy Display screen, and select area Audio Visual accommodations.

Duluth, MN
45,000 SF