Saratoga Public Safety Faciltity Cx (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering provided commissioning services for the energy consuming systems of the ground up construction of this 64,000 square foot municipal services and public safety building. Commissioned systems included water-cooled VRF heating and cooling, domestic hot water heaters, condensing boilers, cooling tower, VAV dedicated outside air systems, packaged rooftop heat pumps, data center precision cooling, emergency ventilation controls and integrated energy management system.
701 River Street (Troy, NY)
The owners of this mixed use facility think way outside the box when it comes to MEP systems. Redburn Development teamed with Fusion Systems Engineering to design a custom cogeneration central plant capable of CCHP (Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power) to parallel the utility, and recapture waste heat for building and domestic hot water in the winter. An absorption chiller and chilled water system provides the medium for cooling in the apartments and commercial spaces in the summer. Power from the utility is “net metered” yielding substantial energy savings and remarkable payback.
Skidmore College Surrey Williamson Inn Renovations (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering designed a solution that provides HVAC in the existing 60-person meeting space, inn, and banquet facility. As part of this project, Skidmore had expressed interest in resolving existing low-pressure steam distribution and boiler control issues that are present in the building. An inverter-driven multi-zone split system was designed to achieve individual control for the guest rooms and kitchen, and a new air handler for the meeting space was specified. A unique ventilation algorithm was specified to provide kitchen makeup air, and ventilation air to meet demand and conserve energy.
Hampton Summer Residence (Long Island, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering designed a solution utilizing energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems for a seasonal residence in Long Island, NY. Professional services were comprised of HVAC, plumbing, and electrical engineering design for the construction of approximately 3,500 square feet. Our services were provided during the design development and construction documents phases.
Aesthetic Science Institute (Latham, NY)
Mechanical engineering design for a new construction 10,000 S.F. Esthetician Trade School. Program included faculty offices, conference rooms, nail clinic, waxing clinic, make-up classroom, student lounge, and faculty lounge.
Diner Time (Latham, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering provided MEP permit drawings for the renovations to the dining areas and addition of front of house beverage and dessert stations within the existing standalone restaurant building.
The Knick Apartments – 16 Sheridan Ave (Albany, NY)
MEP design for a 92-unit mixed use apartment building with on-site power generation. The building was designed to reclaim waste heat from generators to heat the building and provide tenant domestic hot water. In the summer, the excess heat is used to operate an absorption chiller that generates chilled water to temper the ventilation air for the occupied spaces. Energy efficient VRF (variable refrigerant) systems were specified so heating and cooling electrical demands can modulate as necessary to optimize the on-site cogeneration design.
Mosu Japanese Steakhouse (Colonie, NY)
One of the most unique concepts in food service today. The design of Mosu raises the bar for restaurant planning, and creativity. The venue brings the grilling right to the dining room tables, where patrons are given raw meats to grill to their liking. Highly custom gas-fired downdraft grilling tables and fire protection systems were designed, and the coordination process of the commercial grease exhaust and HVAC system necessitated the use of 3-D design software.
Hotel Trilogy (Colonie, NY)
When rebranding of an existing hotel called for a new venue, Fusion Systems was engaged to design the MEP systems for an all-new 6500 sf bar/restaurant/meeting space addition and the renovation of the existing 2500 sf hotel lobby.
The Kenmore Rain-Bo Room (Albany, NY)
Restoration of an historic assembly venue that has hosted jazz legend Duke Ellington. The 8000 sf renovation included major upgrades of mechanical, electrical, and fire alarm systems and the buildout of a new kitchen to convert the space into a catering venue while preserving the original finishes (c. 1878).
Kenmore/Steuben Re-Development (Albany, NY)
Mechanical and Electrical engineer of record for a design-build gut-renovation project of a historic 200,000 sf mixed use building in downtown Albany, NY. The building includes 5 floors of apartments, two commercial office spaces, three restaurants, two cocktail lounges, a catering hall, and an indoor farm. Fusion Systems Engineering selected a water-source heat pump system with Energy Recovery as the HVAC design, and engineered a one of a kind grid paralleling distributed generation energy plant that captures and utilizes waste heat from four 65kW generators year-round.
Chris’s Coffee Warehouse (Latham, NY)
This growing coffee roasting business made a major investment in their operation with this new 55,000 square foot production, distribution and central office facility. Fusion Systems Engineering was asked to provide electrical engineering design for the relocation of their existing roasters and equipment, and to coordinate the installation of new European roasters and bagging equipment. Electrical wiring was designed to meet Class 2 Division 2 requirements of the NEC.
Superpower (Glenville, NY)
Full MEP design and industrial tool hook-up of a new 60,000 square foot headquarters building for this superconductor manufacturer. As part of the build, Fusion Systems engineered a central process cooling system and water distribution that reduced process cooling power consumption by 75%, and water consumption by an amazing 90% when compared to their previous facility.
Benjamin Moore (Johnstown, NY)
Fusion Systems designed a new medium voltage site power distribution, standby generator, and MEP building infrastructure for a phased 125,000 square foot addition to an existing manufacturing facility. Full MEP design was provided for the construction of a new office structure.
The Wick Hotel (Hudson, NY)
Completely new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems were designed for the facility. The renovation presented unique challenges to accommodate all MEP systems within the existing structures that were erected over the years. The project successfully repurposed an abandoned warehouse facility to become a luxury hotel that features a commercial kitchen, dining area, and boasts on-site power and heat cogeneration.
Excelsior Building 6 (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Engineer of record for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems for a five-story residential apartment complex. The 71,000 square-foot building consists of 47 apartments of various size, and an enclosed parking garage. All systems were selected to optimize cost effectiveness, while accommodating individual utility metering.
Private Luxury Collection – 323 East 52nd Street New York, NY (New York, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering provided MEP/F design for an 8,000 square foot, four-unit residential building in NYC. New natural gas, fire suppression and electrical services were required as part of this project. The building was provided with an elevator, and therefore a new fire alarm system was also required. Professional services were comprised of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection and electrical engineering design for the renovations to approximately 8,000 square feet.
Grace Fellowship Addition (Halfmoon, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering designed the MEPF systems for the construction of a 7,600 square foot addition to the existing church. The rapidly growing congregation needed additional classroom, worship, office, and activity areas to accommodate church functions and programs. Services were provided from programming to design, through construction administration.
iO NJE ECO Commissioning (Edison, NJ)
Fusion Systems Engineering was contracted to commission the various building systems associated with a 1.5 MW Tier III data center build out in Edison, NJ. Services were comprised of commissioning the mechanical and electrical systems for the proposed construction of approximately 5,000 square feet of data center white space and support areas. Commissioning services were provided during the design, construction, and warranty phases.
Price Chopper Glens Falls (Glens Falls, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering designed MEP/F services to support the build-out of a clinical area, and a reconfiguration of a food service prep area within an existing supermarket. Professional services were comprised of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection and electrical engineering design for the existing supermarket facility. Our services were provided during the design development, construction documents, and construction phases.
Skidmore College Jonsson Health Services (Saratoga Springs, NY)
Fusion Systems Engineering designed new MEP/F systems and distribution for the first floor renovation of Jonsson Tower at Skidmore College. Professional services were comprised of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection and electrical engineering design for the proposed renovations to approximately 8,000 square feet. The HVAC systems utilize the existing ground floor dedicated outdoor air system for general ventilation, the existing hot water boiler system for perimeter radiation, and a VRF system for comfort cooling. Our services were provided during the design development, construction documents, bid, and construction phases.
IO Tier III Data Center Integrated System Commissioning (Confidential Location)
Provided full MEPF system commissioning for a 1MW Tier III modular data center, expandable to 6MW, for a Fortune 500 financial company. All 13.2 kV and low voltage power distribution wiring was tested and thermally scanned, stand-by generator, compressors, fuel delivery, UREA Systems, UPS systems, and all associated switchgear were exercised, and mechanical systems were put through their sequences and paces for verification of PUE and CFD models. At the conclusion of the individual component testing, comprehensive integrated systems failure testing was orchestrated under design conditions. After final acceptance, Fusion Systems Engineering provided owner operations and maintenance training for the redundant chiller plant, PLC logic controllers, and communications gateways to the data center energy management system.