McClure Engineering is proud to announce we won not one, not two, but three Technology Awards from the St. Louis Chapter of ASHRAE. Our biggest haul in a single year yet.
The ASHRAE Technology Awards recognize a project’s dedication to unique, energy-efficient, and/or green design. McClure Engineering has won multiple awards in the past with projects such as the Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Geothermal Energy System, and the St. Louis MUNY Stage Tower Replacement.
This year we brought home the following awards:
Principia Simon Field House won the award for “Institutional Buildings: Educational Facilities: New”. This project included the design and construction of a new state-of-the-art athletic facility for Principia School in Town & Country, Missouri.
SLAM Cass Gilbert East Wing AHU Replacement won the award for “Commercial Buildings: Existing”. This project included the replacement of two aging (circa 1975) AHUs that service the east wing of the St. Louis Art Museum. The project included intricate phasing to ensure that the galleries could remain open during the installation.
WU Wilson Hall Chiller Replacement won the award for “Institutional Buildings: Educational Facilities: Existing”. This project included the replacement of the chiller located in Wilson Hall which services 13 buildings (500,000 sq. ft.).
Congratulations to all our team members who worked on these great projects!