ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing design and engineering services for this 18,000 square foot medical office building in Bend, Oregon. Plumbing systems included roof drainage, solar hot water, clinic plumbing, and snow melt. HVAC was provided by packaged rooftop units with single zone units for the second floor (future) tenants and a VAV unit with hot water reheat for the first floor Ophthalmology tenant.
Shevlin Park Medical Office #6:
ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing engineering and design, and Electrical engineering through R&W Engineering.
Shevlin Park Medical Office #7 (The Center): ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing engineering and design.
ColeBreit was tasked with providing MEP services for the Robberson Ford dealership remodel. HVAC systems included VAV with electric reheat for their office area, a single zone VAV with a “wild zone” for their showroom and new car delivery areas, and mini splits in select areas where ductwork was not feasible. Radiant tube heaters were provided in the customer drop off/service area. ColeBreit provided Plumbing design for the restrooms and various break room/customer areas throughout, and a grease interceptor and eye wash were added to the existing shop area. Roof drainage design was included. Snowmelt was designed for the customer entry areas via a boiler. Electrical Engineering was provided through R&W Engineering with ColeBreit overseeing their scope.
Mixed Use Building in Northwest Crossing, currently housing Washington Restaurant, Roundabout Book Shop and various office spaces. ColeBreit provided HVAC and Plumbing Design.
706 Greenwood: Mixed Use Building currently housing Backporch Coffee, Emerald Smoothie, and Taco Del Mar. ColeBreit provided HVAC and Plumbing Design.
ColeBreit was tasked with providing HVAC services for the new Redmond Proficiency Academy Building. HVAC systems were primarily packaged rooftop units.
A steam to hydronic conversion at the existing Slater Elementary School in Burns, Oregon. ColeBreit provided Mechanical Engineering design and support, which included equipment selection, piping design and bidding support.
Sisters Elementary School: In this project, we were tasked with assessing the existing hydronic heating system and providing the Sisters School District with mechanical design to allow for a more efficient redundant boiler system. As a part of this job, we selected a new high efficiency boiler, incorporated and sized VFD pumps, and provided mechanical drawings including equipment schedules, P&ID, demo, mechanical room layout with hydronic piping, gas piping, and a description of controls.
ColeBreit was tasked with providing Mechanical Engineering services for a replacement refrigeration system to serve the Lloyd Center’s new ice rink. Scope of our services included a detailed review of equipment specified by the ice rink supplier and by the refrigeration equipment supplier – including coordination and integration of their respective scopes. Our responsibilities also included piping system designs and specifications, piping stress analysis plus on-site support during construction as required.
10 Barrel Brewing: In this project, we were tasked with assessing the existing system and providing a complete set of drawings to include: mechanical, gas piping, and process piping drawings. The mechanical system was designed to incorporate an existing boiler, a newly purchased boiler, and a future boiler. As a part of the mechanical design, we reviewed owner selected equipment, specified additional required equipment, and provided an equipment layout. The existing gas system was assessed and resized to accommodate the new load. Process piping layout and sizing were provided for all required boiler equipment allowing for the existing boiler system, new boiler system, and future boiler. In addition to adding to the boiler system, we also provided 10 Barrel with as-built drawings both in P&ID format and a 3D isometric drawing of their brewhouse layout.
This project was a retrofit of the Harney County Courthouse heating system. The courthouse is located in Burns, Oregon. The existing steam boiler and associated piping, radiators etc. were replaced by a new Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system that utilizes water-source heat pumps rather than a more conventional air-source system. The heated water is supplied by a utility-scale warm-water circulation loop (district heating loop) that was developed by others.
The VRF system allowed the project to include building-wide cooling, obviating the need for window-mounted air conditioning units that are noisy, inefficient and not particularly effective. The same heat pump systems supply the cooling capability with the condenser water cooled by a closed-circuit cooling tower.
Deschutes County Justice Building: ColeBreit Engineering was tasked with providing Mechanical Design for the boiler replacement and piping retrofit. As a part of assessing the existing system, we reviewed existing drawings, conducted several site visits to collaborate with clients and document changes to the system not shown on record drawings. With this information, ColeBreit Engineering created an updated P&ID and discussed future options. The existing boilers were replaced with new high-efficiency boilers. The existing pump and piping system, which previously used a series of pumps in parallel with a direct return for each zone, were reconfigured to allow for a duplex VFD system and a reverse return to increase system efficiency. As a part of this job, ColeBreit Engineering provided the following mechanical drawings: Schedules and equipment, piping installation in phases as requested by the owner, and demo drawings.
ColeBreit provided MEP design services for 208-unit, 4 building apartment complex in Bend, Oregon. HVAC was provided via packaged terminal heat pump units for both residential and common areas. A central water heater was provided for each building. Appendix L of the plumbing code was utilized to minimize the water meter size on the site. Horizontal wet venting was utilized to minimize quantity of vent stacks. Provisions for sudsing in waste stacks was also considered.
1133 NW Wall Street: ColeBreit provided MEP design services for this building remodel. The second floor of the office building was remodeled into apartments. HVAC system included water source heat pumps. Electrical design was provided through Paradigm Engineering.
ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing design and engineering services for this 48-unit senior affordable apartment community in Bend, Oregon. Plumbing systems included roof drainage, solar hot water, and water and waste plumbing systems. HVAC was provided by packaged rooftop units and split systems.
Amazon Corner: (In Design). ColeBreit is tasked to provide Plumbing engineering services for this 125,000 SF mixed use project in Eugene, Oregon. Scope includes Plumbing design for basement parking garage, retail stubs, and residences. Design includes sump pumps and solar hot water.
ColeBreit provided HVAC and plumbing design services for 67,000 square foot building consisting of office space (2 story, 15,000 SF total), a restaurant (5,000 SF), and warehouse/production space (47,000 SF).
ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing engineering for this restaurant/brewery in the historic Box Factory in Bend, Oregon. HVAC was provided via furnace split systems with an ERV for ventilation air. Big Ass fans were utilized to mix the air within the space and minimize stratification. Plumbing design was provided for the new kitchen, bar, and brewery area, including waste pretreatment provisions.
ColeBreit provided Mechanical and Plumbing engineering for this 5,000 square foot restaurant/night club in the unfinished basement of a historic building in downtown Bend. HVAC was provided via rooftop air handler with modulating heat recovery wheel. Grease exhaust and makeup air were provided for the kitchen. Plumbing design was provided for the new kitchen and bar, including two grease interceptors and a new duplex sump pump.
ColeBreit Engineering has performed Design and Engineering for grow and extraction processes, as well as Noise and Odor Compliance letters for numerous projects throughout Central Oregon and beyond. It takes an incredible amount of energy to grow cannabis indoors; energy that costs growers real money. A well designed, energy efficient system gives our clients a leg up - their operating costs may be lower than their competitors, which could mean more money in their pocket! At the same time we are sensitive to the first costs that your project can bear, so we look for the systems and design that will save you the most energy, while still considering your budget. Ask us about our innovative economizer design that allows you to utilize free cooling without exhausting to the outdoors, thereby preserving your CO2 concentrations and minimizing odors outside of your building.
NW Kind, Dr. Jolly's, Orgone, Alfalfa Cannabis Grow, Alfalfa Valley Farms, Entrus Resource Group, Glass House Grown, High Desert Pure, Homestead Harvests, Pioneer Farms, Rockchuck & Juniper, Sacred Ground Medicinal, Terrebonne Enterprises, TLO Farms