SBEC provided mechanical and electrical engineering and consulting services for this project which consisted of the renovation of an existing college campus center.
Worner Center is Colorado College’s student union building, housing the main dining hall, Rastall, along with mailroom facilities, the campus bookstore, computer labs, a fitness room, and a presentation space. Located upstairs, the community service center, office of minority student life, career center, campus activities office, and the office of international programs provide valuable resources for students. On the garden level are the bookstore, student mailboxes, the mailroom, the fitness room, and arts and crafts studios where students take classes in ceramics, weaving, pottery, jewelry making, batik, stained glass, photography and more. On the main level along with the dining services are a coffee stand and the information desk, a central resource for campus information.
In addition to providing mechanical and electrical design services for this renovation, SBEC’s scope of work included a facility assessment, including a general survey of the existing mechanical and electrical systems, review of available record drawings / reports, and meetings with Facilities personnel regarding the operation of the various systems. From this assessment, SBEC issued a report documenting the general condition of the existing mechanical and electrical systems, with itemized deficiencies and recommendations for system improvements.