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Design Team

The Design Team led by ECI/Hyer was selected in March, 2008. A summary of the consultant selection process describes the evaluation of the Request for Proposals.

ECI/Hyer, Inc. is an architectural firm based in Anchorage, Alaska. The design of Juneau's Snow Removal Equipment Facilities will be led by Terry Hyer, AIA. The design team also includes a variety of engineers and specialists who, together with the architects, will develop the design and construction documents for Juneau's airfield maintenance facilities. They will also assist with construction administration and inspection while the new facilities are built. The key personnel of the design team are:

  • Terry Hyer, Principal Architect in Charge
  • Sean Carlson, Project Manager
  • Brian Hanson, Civil Engineer with DOWL Engineers
  • Charles Kenley, Structural Engineer with PND Engineers
  • Doug Murray, Mechanical Engineer with Murray & Associates
  • Jim Rehfeldt, Energy Engineer with Alaska Energy Engineering
  • Ben Haight, Electrical Engineer with Haight & Associates
  • Ken Booth, Equipment Planner with Maintenance Design Group
  • Eshan Mughal, Cost Estimator with HMS

  Conceptual Design

The design process will begin with review of the conceptual design work that was completed by USKH in 2004. While much of the defined needs for airfield maintenance facilities have not changed, it is important to validate the design parameters and update previous work to incorporate new project priorities. One such priority is the Airport's desire to make the maintenance facilities energy efficient. Consideration for alternative energy systems such as the use of Ground Source Heat Pumps or energy generation of waste oil will be considered. The conceptual design phase is expected to be complete in June, 2008.

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