The team was fortunate to provide design engineering services for Phase I of the JPMC Stone Oak Amenities project with ZCA. The interior renovation scope was for various amenity spaces across three buildings. The amenities included the welcome center/reception center in Building A, 18 breakrooms across three floors in Buildings A, B and C, a micro-market in Building C, and mother’s rooms in Buildings A, B, and C.
Infinity MEP Consultants worked in tandem with the client and architect to ensure that the project was designed to JPMC’s High-Performance Workplace (HPW) guidelines. The HPW initiative for JPMC is a step towards a more modern workplace with an emphasis on smart technology and green initiatives to enhance talent productivity.
Our team completed a survey of the conditions of the existing spaces to accurately document and assess any design considerations. The mechanical design development for all of the amenity upgrades included repurposing the existing HVAC systems with new/modified ductwork and air devices. New energy-efficient LED light fixtures and lighting controls were provided throughout to provide code compliant automatic shutoff. Plumbing fixtures and appliances in all of the breakrooms were replaced along with new piping systems.
The team was also engaged to support through the Construction Administration phase. Our CA process involved prompt responses to RFIs and submittal review, as is our standard. Thorough coordination ensured a smooth construction process, resulting in a beautiful new space.
The team is pleased to be involved in this and other projects to help transform JPMC workplaces for extended future use.
Ziegler Cooper Architects
Designed to HPW Standards
Coordinated Design Across Different Floors & Buildings