2200 M Street, Ritz Carlton Hotel/ Condominium
The Ritz Carlton Hotel is a five-star, 300-room hotel located in Washington, DC’s west end and is the anchor for the $225 million 2200 M Street, NW mixed-use development. The hotel will feature a ballroom and meeting rooms, full-service restaurants and commercial kitchen, swimming pool, sauna and guest amenities befitting a five-star luxury hotel.
The entire development beyond the hotel includes 200 luxury condominiums, 80,000 sf high-end health club, 40,000 sf of retail stores and food outlets and a 750-space underground parking structure.
Engineering Design Group designed a complete chilled water central plant and hot water heating system for the hotel and a hydronic, closed-loop heat pump system for the remainder of the project.
Mechanical System – PTAC Units
Port Imperial Apartments
Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and sanitary engineering design systems for a 13-story 306 unit apartment complex consisting of one high rise and two mid rise buildings, five levels of structured parking below the high-rise and two levels below each mid-rise, a clubhouse and gatehouse.
Mechanical System – Split System Heat Pump
United Mine Workers Headquarters
Engineering design of the United Mine Workers’ Headquarters renovation. The historically significant building facing McPherson Square NW was built in 1912 as the original University Club. The lobby, rich in architectural detail and the first and second floors will accommodate an upscale restaurant and other retail establishments. The remainder of the building will be joined to a new, 14-story tower to be built on the parking lot at the rear of the building and will contain a combined 90 luxury apartments, fitness center with indoor pool, business center and rooftop terrace. This residential structure will include an automated parking system originated in Germany. The parking structure automatically knows where your car is parked after entering a card into the system. When leaving the garage, the car is already waiting at the entrance. Martinez & Johnson are the architects for the project. Summit Properties Inc. is the developer.
• 50,000 SF of usable space
• 90 apartments and supporting ammenities
• Automated Parking Structure