Hatem Bridge HVAC Renovations

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November 2012 – INTECaec is selected by URS and MDTA for the architectural and electrical designs to support HVAC renovations in the Hatem Bridge Administration building. January 2014 – INTECaec submits the final design drawings, specifications, and cost estimates. October … Continued

Electrical and Plumbing Designs for SHA Leonardtown

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August 2012 – INTECaec was hired by URS to develop electrical and plumbing designs for the Maryland State Highway Administration’s campus buildings at Leonardtown. INTECaec also provided specifications and cost estimates. The scope included a maintenance/administration Building as well as … Continued

Engineering Designs for Dance Place

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In late 2011, the owners of Dance Place as well as Hickok Cole Architects approached INTECaec to provide mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire-protection engineering designs, construction documents, and construction administration.  The project involved the partial demolition and renovation of 8,500 … Continued

SHA – Frederick – HVAC Upgrade

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2014 – INTECaec provided Construction Administration services and Daily On-Site Inspections for the Replacement of HVAC System for Vehicle Maintenance Shop, Stock Room, Offices, and Vehicle Storage Building.  Replacement of Vehicle Exhaust System in Vehicle Maintenance Shop and Vehicle Storage … Continued

Nice Bridge – HVAC Upgrades

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April 2012 – INTECaec, as hired by URS, provides MDTA with Mechanical, HVAC, electrical drawings, cost estimates and specifications for the Maintenance Building and Vehicle Storage Building at Harry W. Nice Bridge in southern Maryland.  Project included radiator valve retrofits, piping … Continued

MDTA – Fort McHenry Tunnel – HVAC Upgrades

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2012 – URS designed a major HVAC upgrade for 5 buildings at the MDTA’s Fort McHenry Tunnel Maintenance Complex in Baltimore, Maryland. Maintenance Building Administration Building Administration Mechanical Building East Emergency Garage West Emergency Garage January 2013 – INTECaec was … Continued