Our portfolio represents a cross section of projects our group has completed. The images selected are as important as the projects themselves, as they document not only our engineering accomplishments on a range of types and scales, but also our aesthetic sensibility to help shape and build environments in a positive and meaningful way.
Government complexes, local townships, and universities highlight this diverse group of projects. Specialized designs focus on the needs of clients ranging from children playing in a museum discovery center to public safety officers protecting us during a hurricane.
INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA
Architectural lighting design and controls for academic and administrative floors of new eight-story building as well as lighting design and electrical design for the site. The eighth floor is the John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center where student creativity and entrepreneurial spirits are discovered and nourished. Color changing LED lighting were integrated throughout to help achieve the facility's mission. The building was designed and constructed for LEED Silver certification.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
New 43,000-square-foot, four-story, state-of-the-art classroom, conference, and administration spaces. Architectural lighting and lighting controls are integral to the instructional settings and energy efficiency of the building. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification.
CENTER FOR ADVANCED MEDICAL LEARNING AND SIMULATION, USF HEALTH, TAMPA, FL
Architectural lighting design for a new LEED certified, 3-story, 90,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art medical instruction facility. Interior public spaces were designed in conjunction with the architect for a holistic teaching experience. Exterior lighting utilized color changing LED fixtures to create a dynamic urban environment.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF INDUSTRIAL HISTORY, BETHLEHEM, PA
30,000 sq. ft. renovation of an early 1900’s building brings to life American Ingenuity from the Industrial Revolution to present time. New electrical service and power distribution system, lighting design and controls, telecommunications, and audio/visual infrastructure were part of the building, site and exhibit spaces, and specialty LED lighting fixtures with 1920’s period light fixtures.
VAUGHN CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA FITNESS AND RECREATION CENTER
New state-of-the-art fitness center, meeting spaces, and educational facilities. The two-story, 40,000 SF building will expand to 60,000 SF in Phase II, and anchors the south end of the University’s quad. Hall Engineering Group performed architectural lighting design, electrical engineering, and fire protection.
MASTER PLANNING, SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
Complete electrical survey, documentation, and campus master planning for over 100 year multi-acre campus. New 13.2 kV underground distribution, switchgear, and east and west loops.
PINELLAS COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY COMPLEX, PINELLAS COUNTY, FL
Developed criteria documents for new $70 million campus including Emergency Communications, Emergency Operations Center, Sheriff’s Administration, and Facilities Operations. Campus was designed for LEED Silver certification. A new energy plant with redundant Duke Energy feeders and emergency standby generators with five days of fuel powers the campus.
MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY (MOSI)
Multiple projects including new 24,000 SF “Kids-In-Charge!” science center, “Disasterville” hands-on learning area, equipment change-outs, Ropes Course, zip line, and site upgrades.
KING’S BAY RIVERWALK, CRYSTAL RIVER, FL
New multi million dollar Riverwalk along Kings Bay, a location known for its manatee viewing. The Riverwalk consists of 4,400 linear feet of boardwalk which will feature canopied viewing structures, areas to fish, and an illuminated entry structure. New power distribution for lighting, convenience receptacles, irrigation pumps, infrastructure for low-voltage security systems, lightning protection and lighting and lighting controls.
This portfolio of designs highlights projects that are known for their uniqueness. These projects require creative and innovative collaboration with owners and designers to achieve the one-of-a-kind experienced needed for these industries.
PANTOPIA, BUSCH GARDENS TAMPA
A multi-acre, multi-building renovation and expansion including a new major ride (Falcon’s Fury), restaurants, shops, and activity areas. Areas were re-built, refreshed and re-themed. New Electrical and low voltage infrastructure, from 13.2 kV to IT, were designed. New lighting emphasized LED technology including color changing that gives the Falcon's Fury tower the ability to change appearance throughout the year. New extensive lighting controls were connected into the campus system.
PRIVATE ISLAND, CASTAWAY CAY, BAHAMAS
Expansion of themed island complex including guest areas and back-of-house areas for cruise ship destination. Designed new underground electrical distribution and low voltage point-of-sale and sound system, paralleled generators and switchgear, water slide, and two water deck play areas with fountains and spray jets.
BUSCH GARDENS WILLIAMSBURG
Approximately 2,500 SF renovation of an existing retail space. In addition to being refreshed and re-themed, the renovation included new interior and exterior lighting, power and data for new point-of-sale equipment and audio/video equipment, fire alarm, and security camera infrastructure. Lighting was upgraded using LED technology and included decorative chandeliers, pendants, and sconces, track lighting, strip lighting integrated into the display cases, as well as back-lighting for decorative architectural features.
VARIOUS PROJECTS, TROPICANA FIELD, TAMPA BAY RAYS
Numerous projects at Tropicana Field ranging from office renovations, kitchens, hydro-therapy spa areas, restaurants to field lighting.
RETAIL STORE, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, ORLANDO, FL
Renovation of a 5,000 SF existing retail space to support two character themed stores near the park entrance. Project consisted of HVAC, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services. New exterior lighting, interior lighting, lighting controls, POS, and HVAC ductwork and diffusers were integrated into the sophisticated architecture and theming.
LUXURY SUITES, RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM, TAMPA, FL
Architectural Lighting Design and Electrical Engineering for the new prototype luxury suites for Raymond James Stadium. New lighting and controls as well as multiple monitors and WIFI holistically integrated into the design completed the fan multimedia experience.
SEAWORLD GIFT SHOP, ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (OIA), ORLANDO, FL
Designed lighting to support and accentuate the themed message of “Animal Rescue” while focusing on ease-of-use, reliability, energy efficiency, cost effectiveness, and life safety.
ADVENTURE ISLAND VANISH POINT, TAMPA FL
In 2018 Adventure Island debuted its newest ride, Vanish Point, where guests are swept off their feet and taken down a 70 foot plunge. HEG designed the electrical and mechanical engineering services, as well as a low voltage systems design.
VARIOUS PROJECTS, AMALIE ARENA
Engineer of Record for various projects including suites, dining venues, and the exclusive XO Club.
Our key geographic location between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea has given us the opportunity to be involved with a wide range of maritime-related projects from container yards and security complexes to cruise terminals and recreational ports of call.
FALMOUTH CRUISE TERMINAL, JAMAICA
New cruise terminal located on Jamaica’s north shore at Falmouth, designated by the UN as a world heritage site. The new wharf accommodates two cruise ships simultaneously, providing guests with new buildings, shopping, experiences, and excursions. The project includes a new site 24kV electrical distribution system with full generator back-up; new lighting and lighting controls, and new CCTV and telecom system design.
PORT REDWING, PORT TAMPA BAY
New deep-water berths that include new electrical distribution systems, operational and security lights, walkway lights, and navigation lights. A new security gate and office building with low voltage gate control and vehicular operation control will also be constructed. New roadway lights illuminate vehicle entrances to secure area.
NEW GANTRY CRANES & WHARF RECONSTRUCTION, JAXPORT
New electrical distribution design for up to eight new gantry cranes at the Port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT). Project includes new 13.2 kV distribution switchgear as well as 480 and 208 V auxiliary power and berth lighting and controls; coordination with new utility substation.
Total design load is 27 MVA.
NCB5 AND NCB6, PORT CANAVERAL
Two new cargo berths replaced 1970’s vintage structures. The new berths and multi-acre upland site, provide unparalleled mooring and deep water channel access by totaling nearly 2,000 feet in length. The berths are being used for new container operations with new diesel powered gantry cranes. New electrical distribution, low voltage, and lighting infrastructure were designed to support the 21st century cargo and security gate areas.
BEAUMONT LAYBERTH FACILITY, US DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION MARITIME ADMINISTRATION (MARAD)
Mechanical, electrical, telecommunication and fire protection peer review services for the multi-acre site. The project includes new 13.2 kV electrical system, two new berths, site lighting, telecommunications and security design, potable water, sanitary systems, and fire protection.
STRATEGIC ENERGY PLAN, PORT TAMPA BAY
Comprehensive evaluation of the major facilities including Headquarters, cruise terminals, and berths. HVAC, building envelopes, and lighting were evaluated. Energy savings were identified as well as financial instruments.
PORT OF GALEOTA, TRINIDAD
Wharf and upland site lighting and lighting controls at new port complex. The design included new electrical services, energy-efficient high mast, site lighting fixtures and controls. Navigation and aviation obstruction lights were included as well as operational and security lighting.
PIER EXTENSION, COZUMEL, MEXICO
New cruise ship pier extension for Carnival Cruise Line at Puerta Maya. The pier extension provides two new berths for port-of-call operations. The project included new piping for ship water, new lighting, and electrical circuits.
CRUISE TERMINAL 6, PORT TAMPA BAY
Newly improved 7,277 SF ticketing and baggage area for PTB’s Cruise Terminal 6 used by Royal Caribbean Cruises. New temporary generator connection, architectural lighting, security and audio visual, HVAC, plumbing and fire protection. Expansion of lobby and ticket counter creates an interactive passenger experience and a taste of what’s to come once on board.
Today’s industries demand reliable, smart, efficient, and environmentally responsible mechanical and electrical systems. Hall Engineering Group’s experience and knowledge will bring to your project the innovation and solutions needed.
NEXLUBE, TAMPA, FL
New $85 million oil re-refining plant – the first of its kind in North America. Electrical distribution, lighting, grounding, and lightning protection systems. The twelve acre site is anticipated to have a total electrical load of around 6 MW.
COLLISION SHOP, BRANDON FORD, BRANDON, FL
New electrical power distribution designed for improvement and renovation of Brandon Ford Collision Shop. Project included fault-current calculations, new distribution panelboards, and feeders. New receptacles including circuits and welder outlets and paint booth power were also included.
VF IMAGEWEAR, RIVERVIEW AND TAMPA, FL
Various projects for manufacturing, packaging and distribution sites.
ARC FLASH STUDIES AND LABELS - PRESTIGE PLANTS, FLORIDA
Facility investigation and documentation, fault current studies, arc flash studies and labels for twenty-six (26) cement manufacturing plants across the state of Florida.
NEW WATER CONTROL GATES, S-150, SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Three new control gates for water management control around Lake Okeechobee. New power, LP gas generator, gate controls, and SCADA.
JACKSON TRANSFORMER, TAMPA, FL
Completely renovated existing commercial space into high efficiency industrial factory space. Designed new service entrance, flexible power connections, and ultra-efficient, industrial-process-control lighting.
PASCO COGENERATION (ETHOS ENERGY), DADE CITY, FL
Anaysis, fault current and arc flash studies, reports and recommendations. New 13.8 kV switchgear replacement project for paralleled generators with ratings of 58 MVA (2) and 31 MVA.
SOLAR POWER GENERATING FACILITY, CARIBBEAN ISLAND
New ground mounted, 300 kW solar PV power system that utilizes the existing open space in an urban environment to provide the majority of the electrical power for a local sports complex.
UPS UPGRADE, T-MOBILE, TAMPA, FL
Project Engineer for new 480 kW, A+B UPS system to provide additional capacity and redundancy to T-Mobile data center. Included new PDUs, distribution panelboards, and Emergency Power Off (E.P.O.) system.
Recently, many new construction projects have had a technical emphasis on green design and achieving LEED certification. Others, such as restaurants and clubs, have allowed us to stretch our creative spirit in designing sophisticated and dynamic spaces.
LE MERIDIEN, TAMPA, FL
Historic building transformed into one of Tampa Bay's premiere boutique hotels. The building façade and entrances were accented by a combination of LED uplights and downlights. Dining and pedestrian areas were created to provide a feeling of welcoming as well as safety. The building was awarded the AIA Tampa Bay Award for Design Excellence.
OPEN TEXT, TAMPA, FL
Nearly 17,000 SF tenant build-out at the Intellicenter Complex in Tampa Florida. Design services included HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, fire alarm, power, telecommunications, security, architectural lighting and lighting controls, as well as the infrastructure for the audio/video system.
TELECOM PARK OFFICE BUILDING, TAMPA, FL
Electrical and Mechanical engineering services for an 87,000 SF core and shell office building in one of Tampa's premier office parks. Project included the design of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection and electrical services for the three story office space.
GATEWAY OFFICE COMPLEX, DUNEDIN, FL
New 41,000-square-foot, multi-story commercial center that will house medical offices and retail shops. The building will be LEED Silver certified.
Rendering courtesy of The Beck Group.
1613 N. FRANKLIN ST. OFFICE, TAMPA, FL
Renovation of historic early 20th century office building. Designs included all new electrical and architectural lighting. Winner of the 2012 Historic Preservation Award.
MALIO’S RESTAURANT, TAMPA, FL
New exclusive restaurant on first floor of office tower in downtown Tampa. Design included new kitchen and dining space, specialty lighting and controls, and new terrace overlooking the Hillsborough River.
Hall Engineering Group brings unparalleled expertise and service to this extremely important industry. Our specialized knowledge and experience help us deliver high quality solutions, on time and on budget, to your project.
POLYTRAUMA EXPANSION, JAMES A. HALEY VETERANS HOSPITAL
Our heroes returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, suffering from multiple wounds and trauma receive state-of-the-art treatment and care at this new 170,000-square-foot, $60 million project.
Multiple projects over multiple buildings including laboratories, simulation areas, gathering spaces, and classrooms. HVAC, Plumbing, Fire Protection, gas piping, and electrical services were provided for this campus of more than 1 million SF.
MAJOR ELECTRICAL UPGRADE PROJECT, JAMES A. HALEY VETERANS HOSPITAL
Project engineer for new 16 MW power plant, 13.2 kV site distribution, and new 480 Volt distribution for hospital campus. Segregated power into life-safety, critical, equipment, and normal branches. Designed Power Plant for Category 5 hurricane conditions and included 96 hours of fuel capacity. Installed new campus Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.
BAYCARE OUTPATIENT IMAGING CENTER, BAYCARE HEALTH SYSTEMS
New 8,000-square-foot diagnostic building with MRI, CT Scan, Mammography, and X-Ray. Also, new 2,000-square-foot sleep lab.
MASTER PLANNING, JAMES A. HALEY VETERANS HOSPITAL
Created electrical master plan for campus for years 2012 through 2025. Plan included evaluation of 13.2kV normal and essential power, standby generator backup, nurse call, and fire alarm systems.
VARIOUS PROJECTS, SANDHILL COVE ASSISTED LIVING
Multiple projects at one of the East Coast’s largest assisted living facilities. New HVAC units, arc flash studies, new electrical power, lighting and lighting controls, fire alarm systems, nurse call and patient wandering system designs.
IT CLOSETS, MORTON PLANT MEASE HOSPITAL
Converted existing spaces to new IT closets on four floors of main Witt Building. Designed new normal and critical power circuits and telecommunications system.
MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS, ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL/ST. JOSEPH’S WOMEN’S HOSPITAL
Eighth floor renovation, ground floor lab, new Linear Accelerator, new CT scan, second and third floor nurseries, PACU.
ANIMAL CARE CENTER, BUSCH GARDENS TAMPA
Busch Gardens Tampa has a 12,000 SF state-of-the-art facility devoted to the wellness and care of more than 2,000 animals of over 300 different species. HEG was commissioned for electrical engineering and themed architectural lighting design services, in addition to voice and data, the project included fiber optic infrastructure, fire alarm, security, and lightning protection systems.
Transportation hubs and support facilities in various urban centers across much of the United States highlight this group. The emphasis is on the technical aspects and the broader understanding to design, operate, and maintain these unique systems.
TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT, FL
New electrical distribution design for new replacement pumps and controls at Tampa Executive Airport. Class I, Division I conduits and boxes were designed to support the JET-A and AVGAS fuel system needs. Included new lighting and controls as well as feeds to a diesel tank system.
V-723 MOTOR POOL FACILITY, ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FL
Modified electrical distribution design for replacement of existing gas and fuel tanks with submersible pumps and associated controls. Class I, Division I raceways and boxes to support the JET-A and AVGAS fuel system needs. Extension of conduit and wiring to maintain gas and fuel tank monitoring system are included as vital and safety integration to the project.
AIRCRAFT HANGAR, HERNANDO COUNTY, FL
Engineer of Record for a new aircraft hangar for Hernando County and Bay Flight helicopters. Hangars include offices and living quarters for crews, fueling stations, and maintenance areas.
RUNWAY APPROACH LIGHTS, MACDILL AFB, TAMPA, FL
Designed new electrical system for runway approach lights. Design incorporated integrated pier and conduit system because the lights extend nearly one-quarter mile into Tampa Bay.
TRINITY RAILWAY EXPRESS, DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT
Assistant program manager to provide program management expertise for the $70 million DART program. Project included ten miles of new or reconditioned track, two new stations along the track terminating at Union Station, and new $8 million maintenance facility.
NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT (NYCT) R142/R142A PROJECT
Luminator, LLC, program manager to design, manufacture, and install electric lights and electronic signs on 1,080 new subway vehicles for NYCT. Total contract value over $15 million with prime contractors Kawasaki and Bombardier.
LYNX LIGHT RAIL, ORLANDO, FL
As part of the Program Management Oversight (PMO) team, provided oversight for systems, infrastructure, and operations for LYNX light rail project. The proposed system included new dual track from downtown Orlando stopping at Universal Studios and ending near Sea World.
DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT (DART) SERVICES & INSPECTION (S&I) FACILITY
Provided systems engineering and management coordination during the construction of the starter system, S&I / Operations and Control Center facility. New facility included S&I building, Facilities Maintenance building, car wash, and storage tracks.
ELECTRONIC SIGNS, TAMPA HILLSBOROUGH EXPRESSWAY AUTHORITY (THEA), TAMPA, FL
Performed field investigations documenting the existing electrical infrastructure between downtown Tampa and Brandon along the Selmon Expressway. The resulting study looked at electrical services, panelboards and generators to determine their compatibility with the 32 new Daktronics Dynamic Messaging Signs (DMS) which were purchased to replace the existing electronic signs that were installed in 2004. HEG developed construction documents to ensure adequate electrical infrastructure would be in place for the new signs, as well as spare capacity for future growth.
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