This $16 million project utilized a geothermal heat pump system—consisting of 635 feet bore holes—that provides heating and cooling for the entire building and the adjacent fraternity for a much lower, efficient energy cost compared to traditional roof top unit/split systems
The Kyle Justice Center in Kyle, South Dakota consists of 116 detention beds configured into three housing pods and 7 total dayroom populations. AES provided mechanical and electrical services for new justice and detention center on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Kyle, SD.
New $9 million building in Omaha. AES designed variable air volume rooftop units for a simultaneously energy-efficient and comfortable indoor environment. Also added aesthetically-pleasing lighting that accentuates the architectural texture of the facility
Installed an energy-efficient, comfortable geothermal heat pump system with 635’ bore holes
Construction occurred near contamination plume, requiring the bore holes to be 30’ away from the plume and adding to the complexity of a tight site
Spaces Apartments Omaha
AES designs MEPT systems on new $15 million 154-unit apartment complex.