Mueller Associates Wins Two Awards for Engineering Work at Georgetown University
Mechanical Engineer Has Contributed to Major Museum, University Projects
Baltimore, MD—March 25, 2016
Mueller Associates, an award-winning mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering firm, was recently recognized with two 2016 Craftsmanship Awards for its mechanical/electrical engineering work at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. The awards were presented by the Washington Building Congress at its annual reception on March 18.
Mueller received an award in the Special Construction-Demolition category for its work on the chiller 9 and 2 cooling tower replacement project. The second award recognized the firm in the HVAC-Piping category for work on the university’s chiller plant. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company served as the general contractor for both projects.
Mueller has supported campus growth and modernization projects at Georgetown University for more than 30 years. Services have included short- and long-term chiller plant improvements, design of multi-phase plant upgrades, and development of an electrical utility master plan. The firm has also provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services for several major building projects. Mueller recently completed engineering design for the renovation of the Lauinger Library Special Collections Research Center with Bowie Gridley Architects. Currently, the firm is supporting the architectural firm of Ayers Saint Gross with a campus housing study.
About Mueller Associates
Established in 1966, Mueller Associates is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016. The firm provides mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services for facilities throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Mueller specializes in engineering for academic buildings, museums, libraries, performing arts centers, laboratories, and other institutional and corporate facilities requiring designs for stringent environmental control, energy-conservation, and sustainability.