Environments Built For Education
We understand the critical needs of facilities management teams. They’re tasked with providing safe, functional, and efficient spaces—and their systems must be both cost-effective and reliable. That means anticipating and addressing challenges before they arise to avoid costly disruptions across various spaces on campus.
Versatility is Key
We work for you. Our end-users are the teams who manage the facilities, and we’re committed to partnering with them to deliver safe, clean, comfortable spaces without the need to address constant problems. We pride ourselves on our long-term relationships with clients, who come to see us as trusted advisors.
Utilities must meet the unique needs of many different environments, whether they are classrooms, offices, residences, laboratories, gyms, retail, or the physical plant that supports these spaces. We understand the specific needs of unique spaces and how they interface with the campus’s current systems.
Our K-12 Experience
APS / CNM College and Career High School
Central New Mexico Community College and Albuquerque Public Schools have joined forces to develop a dual-credit school located on CNM’s main campus that allows students to complete their high school diploma while earning a college certificate or two-year degree.
EEA provided Commissioning Services, as well as energy modeling and PV array analysis for the four story and 70,000 square-foot building on the CNM Campus.
Santa Fe High School Commons
EEA provided MEP services for this multi-phase project to add 44,000 square feet to an existing high school facility. The first phase of the project included construction of a new administration wing to house admin offices, lobby area, security vestibule, ISS classroom, nurse area, and records storage. The second phase included a cafeteria commons area and new full kitchen with four serving lines.
Arroyo Del Oso Elementary School
EEA provided MEP services for the new 80,000 SF two-story elementary school, designed to be LEED Certified. The school’s first floor contains an administration wing with secure vestibule, special education classrooms, music and art rooms, media center, kindergarten and first grade wings, full kitchen and cafeteria, and gym. The second floor contains second through fifth grade classrooms and specialty offices and areas.
Huckabay Independent School District Animal Barn and Practice Facility
Huckabay Independent School District has a new 12,623 square-foot, Animal Barn and Practice Facility which will support the district’s agricultural education program. EEA provided MEP design and construction administration services for the facilities, including coordination with utility providers.
Our Higher Education Experience
CNM Ken Chappy Hall Renovation
EEA provided MEP engineering services on Central New Mexico Community College’s Ken Chappy Hall renovation project, which converted campus offices into a new home for the Art Department. The project included new, state-of-the-art studio spaces, including a drawing room, jewelry making studio, ceramics and pottery studio, and more.
Texas State University Alkek Library Renovations
This project involved the replacement and design of a 220,000 CFM built-up air handling unit located in the basement of Alkek Library. Commissioning of the completed work was also completed by EEA.
Texas Women's University Science and Technology Learning Center
This new campus building will provide space for classrooms and research laboratories serving biochemistry, biology, chemistry, psychology, and nutrition departments. The building will also house office areas, conference room, support spaces, and a vivarium space.
The University of Texas at Austin Doty Fine Arts Building Renovation
EEA has completed multiple renovation and expansion projects in UT Austin’s Doty Fine Arts Building as part of an existing IDIQ contract. Much of this work has been concentrated on revitalizing an existing (but underused) library space via The Foundry makerspace, lighting, classrooms, offices, and study spaces. Additionally, EEA provided MEP services for a new Kendra Scott Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute, which included renovation of existing student lounge area.