Randy Block, Vice President of Project Management, becomes a LEED Green Associate -
Congratulations to Randy Block, Vice President of Project Management, on passing his LEED exam and becoming Shaw’s first LEED Green Associate.
Detroit Public Safety Headquarters
Detroit’s first responders have moved into the new Detroit Public Safety Headquarters. The renovated eight story building with adjoining parking structure, previously housed a temporary casino and originally the IRS. The 290,000sqft facility provides needed space for both City of Detroit Police and Fire Department chief personnel as well as the future home of the Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory.
Shaw Electric performed as a design/ assist contractor for White/ Turner and Shaw Systems & Integration was the low-voltage systems subcontractor for the Detroit Building Authority.
Working in conjunction with Smith Group JJR, Shaw Electric assisted in the electrical design and construction of the new office spaces for both the police and fire department officials.
Shaw Systems & Integration installed an extensive fiber network and cat 6 cables to support over 1500 network drops and more than 150 IP cameras along with card access using a Genetec Video Management System.
The building’s fire alarm system was completely replaced by SSi. The new addressable system includes a voice evacuation system, stairwell pressurization, pre-action suppression system and dry-chemical release system.
Case Study: Beaumont Hospital South Tower Addition
Owner: Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
Architect: Harley Ellis, Southfield, MI
CM: Barton Malow Co., Southfield, MI
Pre-Construction Services: Tim Shaw
Project Manager: Tim Shaw
Administration Assist: Randy Block
Project Foremen: Mike Goddeeris, Tony Goddeeris, Bill Henehan, Mike Riddle
Opened in September of 2004, the $227 million South Tower was planned to replace part of the original 50-year-old facility.