BrewerEscalante is the MEP engineer for a lift station project located at the Aero Greensmore site near George H. W. Bush airport (IAH) in Houston. The Owner, Aeroterm US, Inc., will demolish an existing on-site wastewater treatment plant and divert wastewater to a public treatment plant. The project includes replacement of pump, controls, piping, electrical service, and a new force main to transport the wastewater to the treatment plant. Houston's AEI Engineering, Inc., is the civil engineer and the prime consultant. Construction was completed in 2012.
BrewerEscalante is the civil and/or MEP engineer for more than forty-five (45+) new or remodeled auto dealerships in Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee. Projects range in size from 11,000 SF to over 150,000 SF with sites up to 18 acres. Projects include paint and body shops in some cases. Auto brands include Audi, BMW, Buick, Chevrolet, Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge, Honda, Infiniti, Lexus, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Toyota, Volvo and Volkswagen.
BrewerEscalante was the MEP engineer for recent improvements at METRO's Rail Operations Center. The project created areas for the back up operations control center and the local area network. The project architect was ESPA/KCI Technologies.
BrewerEscalante was the MEP engineer for the rehabilitation of four of Houston METRO's Bus Operations Facilities. Improvements included the rehabilitation of bus wash facilities at each location. The four locations are Hiram Clark, Kashmere, Polk and Northwest. The prime consultant was Brown & Gay of Houston.
BrewerEscalante was the civil engineer for the improvement project at the Cityís Consumer Recycling Center located at 5900 Westpark. The project is to modify the access and yard paving at the recycling center which is on a 2.7267 acre site. The Architect is Lamoureux Associates of Houston. The design-build contractor is Tremco, Inc of Clear Lake, Texas. Construction was completed in 2010.
BrewerEscalante has undertaken hundreds of due diligence site feasibility assignments for end users and developers. Sites range in size to over 100 acres and are located in Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas, Illinois, Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina and California. Land uses include retail, commercial, industrial, institutional, hospitality, entertainment and power generation. Clients include ExxonMobil, Wal-Mart, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, AmREIT, Fiducial, The Diocese of Galveston-Houston, Baptist General Convention of Texas, CVS, Walgreens and many others.
BrewerEscalante is the civil engineer for a 56 acre multi-use development project supporting the Eagle Ford Shale Gas
play near Crystal City, Texas. Landmark Industries is the developer. Planned uses earmarked for the 56-acre tract are:
- Fifty unit motel with lockable garages for secure parking of work vehicles and tools
- RV Park
- Mobile Home Park
- Retail development (motor fuel and restaurants)
BrewerEscalante provided energy use analysis for the Exterran manufacturing and fabricating facility located at 4444 Brittmoore Road, Houston Texas. The Exterran facility includes an existing 79,000 SF building with administrative offices. Exterran has experienced problems maintaining adequate cooling and heating in the building and is planning to install window glazing shading systems. Exterran engaged BrewerEscalante to make estimates of probable energy usage and cost savings expected.
BrewerEscalante provided MEP engineering services for the Fort Bend Independent School District Transportation and Maintenance Facility located at FM 1464 and Bissonnet. The new 25,000 SF facility includes administration offices, bus maintenance, conference rooms, restrooms, kitchen, lab, storage, and parking lots. Houstonís PGAL was the prime consultant. MEP engineering services included site and building lighting, HVAC mechanical systems, digital control energy management system, fuel storage and fuel dispensing system, service pit, bus maintenance barn systems (air, water, waste, fuel oil, and electrical), electrical distribution, electrical service, bus wash system, computer/communication provisions, emergency generator and emergency lighting.
BrewerEscalante was the MEP engineer for Glazerís warehouses in Lafayette, Louisiana and Little Rock, Arkansas. The projects were 80,000 SF and 100,000SF, respectively. The MEP design scope included building mechanical (HVAC) systems, electrical service, site and building electrical distribution systems, domestic hot and cold water systems, sanitary and vent systems, storm plumbing systems, fire pumps and fire protection systems. Signal Creek Architects of Houston is the project architect. Glazerís makes and distributes fine wines, spirits and malts.
Glazerís is headquartered in Addison, Texas and has operations in Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio and Texas.
BrewerEscalante was the project engineer and prime consultant to HISD for its F&E Warehouse. The 68,000 SF dock-height warehouse is situated on 4.4 acres at 8000 Wallisville Road in Houston. The warehouse included 4,000 SF of office space, 4,000 SF of docking area and 15,000 SF of mezzanine. BrewerEscalante provided civil, MEP and design management services.
BrewerEscalante was the civil engineer for development of a 55.2-acre campus for Handy Hardware Wholesale, Inc. BrewerEscalante engineered all site works including drainage, utilities and paving for truck docks, parking and materials storage. BrewerEscalante engineered a large (22 acre-feet) detention basin designed to address storm water management for all future development of the campus. Popham Walter Architects of Houston was the project architect.
BrewerEscalante is the MEP engineer for International Paper for the upgrade of the leachate conveyance system for its Lowville site located in Erie, Pennsylvania. The project includes the addition of a new lift station, above ground storage tank, tank evacuation pumps, and associated electrical and piping system improvements. EarthCon Consultants, Inc., is the environmental engineer and prime consultant. Construction was completed in 2012.
BrewerEscalante was the MEP engineer for the rehabilitation of transformers at Houston METRO's Kashmere Bus Operations Facility located at 5700 Eastex Freeway. Existing transformers were replaced with new units rated at 12.7 KV primary voltage and 277/480 volts secondary. Improvements included new buildings to house medium voltage transformers. The project scope also included replacement of medium voltage and low voltage switchgear and switchboards. The prime consultant was Brown & Gay of Houston.
Mustang CAT (formerly known as Mustang Tractor & Equipment Company) has the Caterpillar franchise in a 17 county area in Southeast Texas.
Mustang owns and operates equipment rental, repair and parts facilities and engine manufacturing operations in multiple locations. Since 2002,
BrewerEscalante has provided Civil and MEP engineering services to Mustang. Mustang is currently assembling nearly 70 acres at its headquarters
site on US 290 in northwest Houston. BrewerEscalante is providing land development services to create new basic infrastructure for the headquarters
project. We are also providing Civil and MEP engineering for a rental, repair and parts facility, a large engine manufacturing facility and
improvements to the administrative offices building. In 2014 there are also plans to expand rental, repair and parts facilities in El Campo, Texas.
Recent projects have been completed at these locations: Lufkin, Conroe, Tomball, Houston, Missouri City and Bryan.
BrewerEscalante was the civil engineer for the natural gas compressor station unit located at Transcontinental Gas Pipeline (TGPL) Compressor Station 100, Billingsley, Alabama. The pipeline compressor system was designed by Pipeline Compressor Systems of Houston. The contractor was Tribble & Stephens of Houston.
BrewerEscalante was the MEP engineer for the new guardhouse and canopy at Gate 14 at the Port of Freeport Texas. The prime consultant was Brown & Gay.
Powersite LLC is a Houston based developer of highly efficient and environmentally sound power generation facilities. Using proven technologies from Rolls Royce, Siemens and Innovative Steam Technologies Powersite has created a unique product to meet the growing demand for power in Texas. Powersite has engaged BrewerEscalante for Civil and MEP engineering. MEP engineering includes analysis of the power plant building envelope and for electrical engineering of portions of its power generation process. Civil engineering includes the site development for sites between 12 and 30 acres.