The Hatzel & Buehler Michigan Office provided an electrical renovation, throughout a 30,000 square foot Saks Fifth Avenue store, located in the Somerset Mall (Troy, Michigan). Overall scope of work included the tenant fit out for select high end retailers, including Celine, Valentino and Prada. This project was divided into three phases to minimize the impact on retail sales.
The Duquesne Club is a private business club located in the City of Pittsburgh with a rich history dating back to 1873. Founded by prominent Pittsburgh industrialists, the club’s present home on Sixth Avenue opened in 1890 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior in 1995. Hatzel & Buehler’s extensive First Floor renovations include interior general and accent lighting, lighting control, kitchen and bar additions, fire alarm, control wiring and structured cabling.
IKM Architects is beginning construction of its new headquarters on the 22nd floor of 11 Stanwix in downtown Pittsburgh. IKM offers premier architecture, planning and interior design services to the institutional, healthcare, corporate and commercial sectors.
Hatzel & Buehler’s scope of work will include branch circuit & fire alarm cabling, interior lighting and horizontal data cabling.
In 1996, the Knollwood Community Center (located in Claymont, Delaware) was established. The Community Center provides after school care, a summer day camp, and adult and family activities. The Center’s food closet was established in September 2004 and has become an invaluable source of outreach to the Community. Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications executed a food drive to support the Community Center’s Holiday needs.
The Hatzel & Buehler Cleveland Office was awarded work to upgrade the signal and traction power transformers and rectifiers for the Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s Brook Park Sub-Station.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is renovating a 12,000 square foot, single-floor space located within the Seashore House. The newly renovated space will house 10 new patient rooms, patient multipurpose activity and play rooms, nurse’s stations, shared office space and conference rooms. Hatzel & Buehler will furnish and install all electrical work including lighting fixtures with Lutron dimming, color tuning system and DALI, normal and emergency branch power, emergency distribution, Portable Generator Connection box with a 400amp automatic transfer switch, power distribution to new HVAC equipment, wiring of a new fire alarm system and also provide empty pathways for the following systems.
The Voice/Data , Nurse Call, Security, and Audio Visual installations will be completed by Hatzel & Buehler’s low voltage subsidiary, Bluestone Communications.
The Philadelphia Office of Hatzel & Buehler was recently awarded the relocation of Radian Guaranty, Inc to 1500 Market Street. The overall scope of the six floor employee relocation project included all new power, gear, lighting, lighting controls, fire alarm, and security.
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Teva Pharmaceuticals is expanding its research and development operations into a new 33,500 square foot GMP pilot plant. 16,000 square feet of clean room space will be supported by a new central utility plant. Hatzel and Buehler will provide a complete BIM designed project that will consist of a new 4000A electrical distribution with two paralleled 650kW diesel generators for back up. Additional scope of work includes the installation of a 320kW UPS for critical lab loads. The mechanical loads are being fed from a combination of three motor control centers totaling 2800A, with each load being individually controlled. The Labs will consist of a state of the art controls and varying power arrangements to maximize efficiencies.
Hatzel & Buehler, Inc. has worked at the General Mills facility, in Wellston, Ohio for the last 5 years. This plant is the largest pizza plant in the world, producing in excess of 1.2 million pizzas per day and 29,000 pizza rolls every minute. Recently Hatzel & Buehler was the successful bidder on several portions of the new Smithsonian project. This project represents a $66 million investment that will replace aged equipment and streamline the production process. Two Multi-Pack lines, which put 10 pizzas in a case, were installed. In addition, Hatzel & Buehler is working on the complete renovation of two spiral freezers.