St. Mary’s University – St. Louis Hall Renovation

This project was a renovation of an existing timber frame historic building on the campus of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.

The building underwent extensive system replacement including the entire HVAC system, electrical infrastructure, fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems and plumbing systems. MEP conducted an analysis to determine if the building’s HVAC systems should be connected to the university’s central plant system yet it was ultimately determined to install a stand-alone air-cooled chiller with singe duct electric heat VAV boxes for each room.

MEP has been providing Engineering Services to RVK Architects as a sub-consultant for over 12 years.

Project Title:                        St. Louis Hall Renovation

Project Location:               San Antonio, Texas

Owner:                                  St. Mary’s University

Project Size:                        400,000 SF

Total Project Cost:             $4,500,000

Services Provided:            Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Engineering

MEP Role:                            Subconsultant

Architect:                             RVK Architects