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Sumner County EOC

The Sumner County Emergency Communications and Operations Center, located in Gallatin, Tennessee, has been designed in response to the County’s desire to consolidate its previously scattered 911 dispatch functions. Planning for the facility factors in growth expectations through 2035, which has resulted in a 9,000 sq. ft. building with both internal and external expansion capabilities. Using FEMA-361 guidelines the building structure is designed to withstand the effects of an F-5 tornado.

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Franklin Police Headquarters

This project involves a replacement headquarters for the Franklin Police Department. Containing approximately 94,000 square feet, the building includes a 911 Emergency Operations Center, suspect processing, I.D. Lab, Vehicle Examination, Evidence Holding, and a 2-story parking deck. A high-efficiency, ground-coupled Geothermal HVAC system is incorporated in the physical plant. The geothermal borefield system is approximately 200 tons, consisting of eight (8) independent water loops. Each of the eight loops is composed of thirteen (13) 500 foot deep grout-filled, U-loop bores. This project has been certified as a LEED Gold Building.

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Nashville Fire Department Station 33

This project consists of a multi-story building containing approximately 20,000 square feet. The building includes high-efficiency, variable refrigerant flow (VRF), HVAC system with supporting heat recovery ventilation air systems, electric vehicle charging stations, roof mounted solar systems, and LED site lighting. This building was submitted to USGBC for consideration and achieved a LEED Gold rating.

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