Updating a Popular Shopping Venue
Gausman & Moore provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services for the Stanford Shopping Center. Simon Properties, owner of the center, initiated a three-phase project to relocate one of their anchor tenants, Bloomingdales, and then construct four new buildings for retail tenants in place of the old Bloomingdale’s location.One of the buildings is designed as a two-story building with the retail tenants on the ground floor, and office space on the second. Another two-story building is used entirely by one tenant.One unique element of the project involved the design and installation of 120 new electric vehicle charging stations throughout the site.For the first phase, Gausman & Moore was tasked with engineering house utilities for the new Bloomingdale's location. The second phase involved remodeling for infrastructure upgrades to restrooms, water features, and comprehensive pedestrian emergency egress lighting, both interior and exterior, to the buildings. The third phase involves redevelopment of the four new buildings.Gausman & Moore also designed a new low voltage system and fiber optic backbone system for the shopping center. This task was followed up with a thorough commissioning process.
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