The Mueller team prides itself on addressing tough challenges, from designing strict climate-controlled environments for museums and laboratories to carefully integrating new systems into historic structures. We work closely with consulting teams to study, model, design, and deliver high-performance systems that meet stringent objectives for function, performance, and architectural aesthetics. Our work includes central plant and infrastructure design to meet current and projected MEP requirements and prepare our clients for the future.

Creative Engineering

National Air and Space Museum

Advanced modeling techniques informed the MEP and fire protection design of this Modernist structure renovation

Enoch Pratt Free Library

Modernizing this 1930s-era landmark involved meticulous study to integrate new systems and preserve historic integrity

Corcoran School of the Arts and Design

Converting a historic art museum into a higher education and public space required ingenuity and creative engineering

Bowie State University Center for Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Nursing

Chilled beam technology highlights a LEED Platinum science building

Georgetown University Infrastructure Improvements

Mueller’s creative solutions have supported Georgetown’s growth for nearly 40 years

University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center

This LEED Platinum law center features thermally active slab flooring and integrated architectural/mechanical concepts

National Academy of Sciences

Building-integrated photovoltaics highlight this historic restoration

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Power Plant Expansion

The expansion of this plant required careful planning for a precise fit

Targacept Laboratory

Mueller meets exacting requirements for a major biosciences research facility

Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center and Smith Education Center at Monticello

Sustainable innovations include a closed-loop geothermal system

Phillips Collection

Creative interventions and a new rooftop penthouse improve thermal performance within the museum’s historic galleries