SHERATON PARSIPPANY HOTEL

Client: Ian J. Roberts Architect
Location: Parsippany, NJ
Size: 5,100 SF

CFR provided MEP engineering design services, including architectural lighting design and lighting control design for the renovation of the lobby and food/beverage spaces of the Sheraton Parsippany Hotel approximately 5,100 SF of space. The CFR team worked closely with the architectural and interior design teams to integrate lighting  into the many architectural details planned for the bar and lounge areas while also designing a lighting control system that was user friendly and also automated with the hours of operation for the space.

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FARMERS, FISHERS AND BAKERS | GEORGETOWN

Client: Vucurevich Simons Advisory Group (VSAG)
Location:Washington, DC
Size: 10,000 SF

CFR provided MEP engineering design services for 10,000 SF of new restaurant space, including multiple commercial kitchens, bakery areas, and multiple seating areas. CFR modified and designed new HVAC systems for the restaurant and designed heat reclaim from the non-grease capture hoods. Light control ability was designed to establish simple to use, multi-zone lighting systems, which include low voltage touch screen scene controls, daylight harvesting and flexible programming.

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PHOENIX PARK HOTEL

Client: Studio3877
Location: Washington, DC
Size: 4,000 SF

Project included MEP engineering design for the lobby, which consisted of additional light fixtures and the re-configuring of the bar, which was relocated. CFR also provided MEP design  for the guest rooms, which consisted of changing the tubs into standalone showers, with the location remaining the same, as well as moving the closet power outlets. Power and lighting systems were modified to serve the new outlet locations in the rooms, as well as the new lighting and bar reconfiguration in the public space.

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REVOLUTION CYCLES

Client: Studio3877
Location: Rockville, MD
Size: 7,642 SF

CFR provided MEP engineering design services for the fit-out of suite 210, approx. 7,642 SF for Revolution Cycles' retail shop.  Mechanical design included new dedicated split systems. CFR designed new plumbing systems to satisfy the new revised room layouts, as well  as new ADA compliant restrooms. CFR also modified and designed new electrical power and lighting systems, which included 2 new branch panels with all new circuitry.

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THE PASSENGER

Client: Studio3877
Location: Washington, DC
Size: 2,500 SF

CFR provided MEP engineering design services for converting a 2 story space into a bar with a small kitchen. This is a relocation for the popular cocktail bar, The Passenger. The building being converted was previously a hair salon so it did not have MEP systems adequate for a bar/restaurant function. A long bar was added on the first floor  at the entrance and the first floor bathrooms were shrunk including removal of the showers to make way for the new space plans. The kitchen, which was added on the second floor near the existing bathrooms, included a small grille, deep fryer, fridge, etc. and required exhaust hoods with make-up air. CFR needed to add a natural gas service to the building to support the kitchen so future capacity will convert HVAC and hot water to gas when equipment is replaced. The mechanical systems and equipment locations were designed to coordinate with a future roof deck. The fire protection system was completely revised to match the layout. Plumbing design included new grease interceptors, and miscellaneous provisions for a standard commercial kitchen. The electrical systems were designed to meet the new layout.

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FOUNDING FARMERS

Client: Vucurevich Simons Advisory Group (VSAG)
Location: McLean, VA
Size: 11,000 SF

CFR provided MEP engineering design services for the renovation of 11,000 SF of existing restaurant space to the new design plan. CFR modified the existing HVAC system, as well as the plumbing system and a new system was designed for the bar relocation/redesign. Electrical design included new restaurant area power, lighting, central dimming and fire alarm systems, as well as power for the kitchen equipment.

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