Tenant Finish-Out

  • D Magazine (Dallas, Texas)
    D Magazine's offices are located in downtown Dallas at St. Paul Place. The scope of the 20,500 sf project spanned the 21st floor and half of the 22nd floor and was comprised of mostly open office, some conference rooms and break areas, private offices, and a server room. MEP design challenges and project idiosyncrasies Included coordination with the varying, special ceiling types, circuiting and switching of sophisticated lighting design, working with and modifying the existing building HVAC system, structural clearances, and a new 24/7 unit dedicated to the server room.
  • Texas Capital Bank (Dallas, Texas)
    Project consisted of 75,000 square foot interior finish out over three floors. It includes a 1,400 square foot data room with 225kva UPS protection, three 15-ton 24/7 air units, 2500va diesel fuel generator backup and a second utility feed. Data Center design included FM200 and preaction fire suppresion, Starline power distribution to racks, and N+1 HVAC deslgn. Interior MEP design included Wattstopper lighting controls. The project also included a 1,500-square-foot secured storage that required FM2OO and pre-action flre suppression.
  • Bank of America (Dallas, Texas)
    Purdy-McGuire is the MEP of record for Bank of America Plaza. We have renovated thousands of square feet of interior space on virtually every floor in the building, including the lobby.
  • PepsiCo (Plano, Texas)
    PepsiCo Financial Shared Services offices are located on the lst and 2nd floors at The Campus at Legacy in Plano. The scope of the project included two partial floors and totaled approximately 100,000 sf. The tenant space included open and private offices, a large conference center, a Data, Sort, and Scan Ops Lab, multiple lDF closets, a Telepresence Room, and new public restrooms. Construction has been completed and the tenant currently occupies the space. The project incorporated many sustainable design strategies and is currently under review by the USGBC. A LEED Gold certification rating is anticipated. MEP green building design included a lighting power density that had been reduced to 25% below the ASHRAE 90.1 Standard, sub-metering for me PepsiCo space, calculatlons to ensure that the minimum outslde alr was being introduced into the space, C02 level monitoring, and water plumbing fixtures.