For a school corporation, we replaced, reconfigured, and renovated administrative offices, classrooms, lockers, cafeterias, HVAC systems, and a new athletic building.
Shambaugh was selected to perform the mechanical, plumbing, temperature controls, electrical, security, communications and fire protection design and construction for the new $32 million, 152,000-square foot Crawfordsville Middle School.
Shambaugh performed the mechanical and automatic temperature controls for the first phase of the $30,000,000 Elkhart County Criminal Justice Complex—delivering multiple value-added, sustainable boiler and chiller solutions.
For Hillsdale College’s new chapel, Shambaugh installed mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and building automation systems—all laid out within the architecture.
Shambaugh performed the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design and construction portion of this repair and renovation, design-build project for Fort Wayne Community Schools (FWCS).
Shambaugh performed the commercial electrical work on this K-12 project, delivering a variety of electrical construction and renovation services from new classroom and auditorium construction to infrastructure additions and upgrades.
On this budget-sensitive project, Shambaugh designed high-efficiency HVAC and lighting controls systems—driving energy efficiency improvements that resulted in this facility earning an Energy Star certification.
Shambaugh was a key member of the design-build team selected to perform the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design and construction at this K-12 school, delivering the work 16 months ahead of schedule.
Shambaugh’s commercial electrical service contract for this project totaled more than $4 million and included a scope of work with electrical services ranging from classrooms to radio/TV studios to fire alarm systems and more.
Shambaugh provided complete commercial HVAC and plumbing remodeling and renovation services at an existing high school built in 1960, including all-new boilers, air conditioning, and plumbing.
Shambaugh contracted for the additional and total renovation of this Fort Wayne high school, renovating all existing spaces to incorporate cutting-edge technology solutions and create modern facilities across all academic departments and school functions.
Shambaugh completed the commercial mechanical and electrical construction service work for both phases of this project to build a new 3,400-bed correctional facility, performing all mechanical and electrical work in addition to constructing an elaborate security infrastructure.
Shambaugh provided design-build, mechanical, plumbing, temperature control, and specialty gases services at this industrial facility comprised of office space, nanofabrication cleanrooms, and research and laboratory space.
Shambaugh performed top-to-bottom mechanical and electrical construction for the Seven Oaks Classical School, working on a fast-tracked schedule to finish the project on time and within budget—and delivering value engineering services for further cost savings.
On this $10 million renovation project, Shambaugh performed the design-build of the mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and temperature controls systems— all on a single-source basis.