Take a look at some of our recently completed projects
Hyde Engineering was the electrical engineer on the project team for the Sewell Thomas Stadium renovation. We provided complete electrical design which included a new electrical service to the University’s primary electrical system, new lighting throughout, power distribution, and fire alarm system. In addition, we worked with the project team to find ‘green’ lighting solutions throughout the project including the concession area, press box, restrooms and concourse. New stadium lighting is provided by Musco, a leading provider of LED and metal halide light sources customized for large-area venues. The result is a much improved athletic venue that is energy efficient and sustainable for the future.
New construction of a state of the art NCAA Division I practice facility. It incorporates training facilities to include a covered practice field and an outdoor artificial turf field. The building has coaches and administrative offices as well as conditioning and medical support. Locker rooms, training pools, and player lounges are incorporated into the design. The facility has state of the art video and practice software with outstanding connectivity. The lighting is all LED with dimming and modern controls. The fire alarm includes voice evacuation. Field lighting is sustainable with LED heads and multiple dimming points.
IPG is a world class laser research facility. The building is 28,000 square feet of laboratory, fabrication, clean room, administration, and support space. The power systems include conditioned and filtered, normal and optional, stand-by power, with 200% growth capacity. The communications and data systems are state-of-the-art. The lighting is all LED with advance controls both for energy efficiency and client utility.