A new construction administration and control building located in SW Wyoming serves the 24/7 gas processing plant’s operations. The new building consolidated operations to a safe location away from the process units while keeping a close eye on construction costs. In response to those needs, a pre-engineered metal building system was utilized for the skeleton and shell that incorporates a highly efficient exterior wall and roof system not typically utilized in a standard PMMB system. This enabled the building’s redundant (N+1) HVAC system to be sized efficiently and help control costs. While the exterior building shell blends into the surrounding terrain and does not draw attention to itself, the interior incorporates a sense of high design that provides its occupants with a warm and comfortable work environment. Interior spaces include – Control Suite Operations: Central Control Room, DCS Server, DCS Engineering. VEDSA systems are provided within these areas for early smoke detection. Administration: Front of office area, Hard walled offices, Open workstation areas, Multiple conference rooms, Contractor Testing area, PSM Library, and Large Multi-purpose room. Wet-pipe fire sprinkler system protects these areas. Ancillary spaces: Two large break rooms, Men’s & Women’s Restroom / Locker Rooms, Clothing Exchange (FRC) closet, Radio Charging Room, Storage, Multiple print / copy areas, and Electrical / Mechanical Suites.
Southwest Wyoming, USA
16,600 SQ FT