The Museum will encourage the study of art, history and culture on The George Washington University’s Foggy Bottom campus, and extend the University’s influence into the larger GWU community. The project consists of the restoration of the Woodhull House and the new construction of a 40,000 ft² building that includes two below grade floors and four above grade levels. The project achieved Silver certification under the LEED for New Construction (LEED-NC) v3.0 rating system.
Baumann Consulting provided Full Commissioning of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems for the project, including HVAC, main power, emergency power, fire alarm, communications, life safety, and building automation systems. The MEP systems are designed to meet the museum’s rigorous standards and requirements for filtration, climate control, and lighting. Baumann’s commissioning process supports the achievement of the facility’s specific performance requirements as well as the LEED certification goals.
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