The College of Charleston’s elegant 800 seat Sottile Theatre is one of Charleston’s Premiere Venues. The Theatre Built in the 1920’s by Albert Sottile as a vaudeville/ movie palace, was experiencing indoor air quality issues and failure of HVAC equipment to maintain a comfortable environment.
Maybank Hall is situated on the College Campus across from the Robert Scott Small Building, and was built in 1974 as the main classroom facility on the College campus. The facility contains classrooms, classroom auditoriums, bathrooms and faculty/administrative offices.
DWG Inc. provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering and construction services for the design of a new 62,000 square-feet athletic training building to house trainer and coaching offices, locker rooms and training rooms.
The project achieved LEED Gold Certification.
DWG Inc. was responsible for the design of wet pipe, pre-action fire sprinkler system for several berthing compartments for the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum at the USS Yorktown.
The project scope entailed mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering design services for the renovation to the existing 7th Floor (11,000 square feet) of the Roper Hospital in Charleston, South Carolina. The first phase took place in the Petit Tower encompassing the design of a new PACU with 14 patient recovery bays, including the design of the required infrastructure to support the renovations.
DWG, Inc. Consulting Engineers provided the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, communication systems and fire protection engineering for the construction of a rooftop Helipad on the South Tower of Roper Hospital in Charleston, SC.
This lowcountry style building is located in the Bluffton Village mixed use community. DWG Inc.’s scope of work for this project included mechanical, electrical and plumbing design for new 25,000 SF branch library.
DWG Inc. provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and communication engineering design for the Beaufort County Courthouse, a two story structure approximately 62,000 sq ft in size.
This recently completed project included the rehabilitation of the 50-acre site containing the old Farmers Market, adjacent to the Williams-Brice Stadium at the University of South Carolina. The site was renovated to provide a new tailgating facility.
DWG provided mechanical and electrical design for the replacement of the HVAC system serving a 30,000 square foot natatorium for the Marine Corp Recruit Depot on Parris Island. The existing dehumidification units and corresponding distribution systems for the 16,400 square foot pool were demolished and replaced by two 40,000 cfm units.