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K-12 Modernization
Jordan High School

client
Long Beach Unified School District
architects
NTD Architecture
year
2012
scale
435,000 SF
construction-budget
$165,000,000

Project Summary

The large High School Campus is located in Long Beach, California. The project consisted of :

Six New Small Learning Communities (SLC)
New Food Service/Video Studio Building
New Student Store
New Pool Building
New Athletic Fields
The Modernization of Science Building
48 portable buildings for two Interim Villages

Roshanian and Associates, Inc. provided:
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Design, Preparation of Construction Documents, DSA Approval, and Support for Bidding and Construction Phase for HVAC, Plumbing, Power, Lighting, Fire Alarm, and Technology/Signal systems. New HVAC systems consisted of the VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) systems and rooftop package units. Originally Two Central Plants was designed but later Value Engineered. The Plumbing system consisted of Water Heating, interior plumbing, underground utilities for MAT foundation, a compressed Air-System, and an Industrial and Acid waste system. A new 5KV Electrical Service and Medium Voltage Power Distribution System, as well a New Telecommunication Center to house all Campus Safety and Technology headend systems was designed and installed. The specified LED lighting fixtures and controls was adopted as part of Long Beach Unified School District Standard. Fire Alarm, LAN, WLAN data, Audio/Video and CCTV and Intrusion Alarm were specified and designed. The project implemented in four phases. The Rerouting of Power, Signal and Gas systems to keep buildings in different phases operational was carefully planned.

Sustainable Features:
High efficiency VRF HVAC systems, Low Flow water saving plumbing fixtures, EMS, Superior Electric Lighting Performance (LED Lighting, Dimming / daylighting controls, Occupancy Sensors), Controllability of Lighting, No Light Pollution, Solar PV.