The Indianapolis division of Ingredion increased the laboratory space in their facility by remodeling a 2,200-square-foot RSP Lab. The project consisted of metal casework, stainless steel drying racks, epoxy worktops, and a VAV Hood System.
Mussett Nicholas Associates completed a study of the high-zone chilled water system at the JW Marriott hotel. The project consisted of controling modifications to maximize the effectiveness of existing equipment. Commissioning services were provided for the chilled water system and high-zone air-handlers.
Hilton Garden Inn purchased a Historic Office Building in Downtown Indianapolis to convert into a hotel.
Mussett Nicholas Associates designed mechanical systems for compliance with ASHRAE62 fresh ventilation standards, and air-to-air heat recovery, building exhaust, and pool room ventilation.
New building services included wet standpipes and full sprinkler protection system, emergency generator, DDC HVAC control system, fire alarm system, VAV system boxes and air handlers for the conference center and atrium, four-pipe fan and coil units for suites, lighting, electrical service, sanitary and vent piping, and domestic and cold water distribution.
MNA responsibilities included:
Integrated Accessible Ceiling Plan into the Corridor Hard Ceiling Planned by the Architect to Maintain Access to Important Mechanical Systems
Commercial Renovation of Historical Office Building into a Hotel
Image, context, and scale responsiveness were key concerns in designing a two-story office and high-tech R&D and QC testing labs for a manufacturer. An atrium section with stairs and a two-entrance elevator creates a transition between the new and existing buildings on the site. Skylights enhance the office and lobby areas. Details of the new facade complement the original building.