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Boeing 787 Training Facility

Boeing 787 Training Facility

DWG, Inc. provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design and construction administration services for a new 44,000 SF Boeing Commercial Airplane, 787 Skills Training Center. The project required site visit surveys to determine the extent of the demolition required for the existing systems. The mechanical design included a ventilation booth, air compressors for sound attenuation and lab/workbench areas, and new ductwork.

Roper Communication Infrastructure

Roper Communication Infrastructure

The existing fourth floor and several small auxiliary spaces of the Roper Hospital in Charleston South Carolina is being renovated.  Approximately 11,000 SF of floor space will be affected by the renovation.  The majority of the construction will center on the fourth floor of the east tower.  The fourth floor will be renovated into a new MDF (Main Distribution Frame) to support the Information Systems of the hospital and house the hospitals escort department.  Along with the MDF and Escort department located on the fourth floor 15 new IDFs (Intermediate Distribution Frame) will be constructed throughout the hospital.

Half-Moon Distribution Center

Half-Moon Distribution Center

The Half Moon Outfitters Distribution Center is a 9,400sf facility.  Half-Moon Outfitters has been providing the Southeast with quality goods and services for adventure and travel since 1993. The owner and design team’s commitment to sustainability transformed a retired automotive repair shop into the first LEED Platinum building in South Carolina, and only the 25th in the nation to receive LEED Platinum status. 

 

CofC Central Energy Plant

CofC Central Energy Plant

Nestled in the heart of Charleston, The College of Charleston operates its HVAC system with peak efficiency and minimal cost from a Central Energy Plant located at the corner of Coming and Calhoun Streets. The energy plant is the completed project of DWG, who was contracted by the college to replace its antiquated steam absorption chillers and scotch marine type boilers with new, updated systems.