While working with ECC Administration relative to the development of the new ECC Building at the Amherst Campus we completed a 3D Model design of an interactive building that would maximize daylight with light monitors, and an Atrium that would have 360 degrees of skylights.
Unlike anything on ECC Amherst Campus, the Health Sciences Building would be revolutionary in both form and function, from its use of triple insulated glass panels to the allocation of interior space to promote student interaction and interdisciplinary collaborations.
The building would incorporate large open, flexible, lab space with specialty labs and linear equipment rooms. This design provides a collaborative and functional environment for all kinds of instructional programs. The first floor dedicated to public space including lecture halls, exhibit space, gathering spaces; for large and small groups, an exercise area and a coffee house. This area was designed to not only provide a great gathering place for students and faculty.
In the Penthouse we proposed a large event room which would provide a view of the entire campus. This would be available for College and public use. The directive from the College was to incorporate public useable space wherever possible to help involve the community into the college life.
The Health Sciences Building is a state-of-the-art, 100,000 net sf educational and laboratory facility.
Maintenance Program Review and Development
EI Team provides Senior Maintenance Professionals in support of utility development of consolidating maintenance programs. These services are in the areas of maintenance department, administration, procedures upgrade, INPO recommendation implementation, response to resolving NRC issues or implementing NRC NUREGs.
Maintenance Procedure Development
EI Team provides on site professionals to assist the utility in developing state-of-the-art graphically illustrated user friendly maintenance component and task specific procedures for mechanical, electrical and I&C Systems.
EI Team offers the full range of capabilities and has extensive experience for plant equipment and source database information collection, data verification and quality control, database loading, generation of resource listing, reports and related database output documents. EI Team recognizes that usefulness of the database is highly dependent on accuracy and completeness of resource information contained in the database.
EI Team can perform all activities associated with developing, loading, updating and maintaining resource databases as comprehensive as SIMS, MMIS and/or PC databases.