Boone National Guard Center Fitness Center Renovation
Magna provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services for this $1.1M renovation project. The existing pre-engineered metal building is 10,560 square feet and was used as an aircraft hangar. The building was converted to a fully functioning gym with cardio and selectorized equipment areas, free weights, open gym area, and locker rooms.
The plumbing design includes replacement and addition of plumbing fixtures to accommodate the design occupancy. Water and sanitary piping will be extended as required, and new gas water heater added.
The HVAC design includes a 30 ton split system with gas fired furnace and outdoor condensing unit. Outside air is provided as required, and an economizer is specified to introduce up to 100% fresh air to the air handler using differential enthalpy sensor controls.
The electrical design includes replacement of interior lighting with high bay LED fixtures in large open areas and lensed troffers in areas with dropped ceilings. Occupancy and daylight sensors will be used for automatic control. Exterior lighting will be replaced with LED, cutoff type, controlled by photocell. The electrical service will be upgraded as required for new loads, and receptacles throughout will replaced and added to accommodate equipmen
t. An existing photovoltaic system will remain, and be reconnected to the new power system.
Communications infrastructure will be added to include communcations outlets for equipment and for convenience. The cabling will be terminated at a patch panel, and a service conduit installed to existing campus communications infrastructure outside the building. An existing closed circuit video system will be re-arranged to accommodate the new building layout. The existing fire alarm system will be expanded to meet current code requirements.