Today's educational facilities must meet the demands of the community, technology, and regulatory agencies. Students and staff require comfortable environments, administration wants energy-efficient facilities, regulatory agencies dictate environmental guidelines within with the facility must operate. Through our commissioning process, Facility Dynamics Engineering is a valued partner in meeting these challenges. Noted below are some examples of the many educational facilities we have commissioned.    


T.C. Williams High School

Facility Dynamics Engineering was retained by Alexandria City Public Schools to act as the overall Commissioning Authority for the T.C. Williams High School Construction project. The new school includes more than 461,000 square feet on three floors and is designed for 2,500 students.


Noyes Community Recreation Center

Facility Dynamics Engineering provided commissioning services to the new Noyes Community and Recreation Center (NCRC) at Cornell University. The new state-of-the-art facility provides recreational, social, and fitness activities for housing residents as well as students living in the surrounding areas of the west campus.


Sutardja Dai Hall

Facility Dynamics Engineering provided commissioning services for Sutardja Dai Hall on the University of California, Berkeley Campus. The 141,000 square foot 6-story facility includes offices and research labs, a nanofabrication lab/research cleanroom, an auditorium, and a cyber cafe.


Facility Dynamics Engineeering performed commissioning services for the 194,000 sf, $105 million Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building at the University of Delaware.


Perdue School of Business

Facility Dynamics Engineering provided commissioning services for the new 113,000 sf, $55 million dollar Frank Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University.


Facility Dynamics Engineering was retained by Cornell University to provide full commissioning services for the new 260,000 sf Life Sciences Technology Building.



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