At Huston Engineering we pride ourselves on establishing and maintaining long term relationships with our clients by working as a well-coordinated team with the owner and architect. At SUNY Orange, for example, we worked with JMZ Architects and Planners, PC and the College on four recent projects at the Newburgh Branch Campus and the main campus in Middletown, NY. These four projects combine to nearly $100 million in construction that span over a 5 year period.
This 100,000 sf building is recently completed and ready for occupancy in summer of 2014. This building houses new chemistry and biology labs, along with the associated prep spaces, classrooms, and administrative areas. The project received a LEED Gold rating and is projected to use 37% less energy than permitted by Energy Code. Energy saving technologies include energy recovery system for the lab ventilation, magnetic drive chiller, daylight harvesting, and a 10.5 kW photovoltaic system.