SDSU - Dairy Microbiology and Ag Hall Addition and Renovation

SDSU - Dairy Microbiology and Ag Hall Addition and Renovation

The Clark Enersen Partners provided architecture and engineering services for the Ag Hall and Dairy Microbiology projects. The Dairy Microbiology project included an addition and phased renovation to the existing facility. The entire classroom and laboratory wing of the building was renovated, including the lecture hall and main lobby.  New air handling units, exhaust fans, and energy recovery systems were installed to increase the capacity and redundancy of the facility.  New ductwork and laboratory airflow control systems were installed to provide state-of-the-art fume hood control and laboratory ventilation.

The Ag Hall project included renovation of the third floor and the basement, which housed the majority of laboratory spaces.  New HVAC and electrical systems were installed to support the renovated floors and the systems were configured to allow for the future renovation of the first and second floor levels.

New chilled water and steam were extended from the existing central utility systems to each of the buildings.  All mechanical and electrical system modifications and upgrades were designed to minimize disruption to occupied portions of the existing facilities.