Neville HallClinton, SC

Presbyterian College
Renovation and Addition of Cornelson Hall

Burdette provided the electrical design for the 27,000 SF renovation and 15,000 SF 3-Story addition now completed at this historic hall at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC.  The renovation includes opening up the original 3 story atrium.

Biosystems Research ComplexClemson, SC

Clemson University
Generator Replacement
Provided initial study in 2015 and is now redesigning the service entrance to comply with the findings of the initial generator study of the Biosystems Research Complex building for Clemson University’s main campus:  Four (4) 600KW parallel generators will be used rather than a single generator. This option includes the replacing the existing padmount transformer with new one and relocating in order to place a new 3,000 Amp automatic transfer switch and paralleling switchgear where the present transformer is located.

West Campus Energy FacilityClemson, SC

Clemson University
New Plant

New Energy Facility  to include new service delivery at 480/277V, 3 Phase. Transformers to include coordination for sizes and pads, switchgear, motor control centers and panelboard distribution for two (2) 1400 ton chillers and associated pumps and equipment.  Also provided LED lighting design, emergency lighting, fire alarm system and provisions for future chillers.

Student Center & BookstoreGreenville, SC

Bob Jones University
Renovation

This 13,750 SF renovation included a new coffee shop, expanded student seating/dining areas, new offices and student work rooms and a redesigned book store for student textbooks and school merchandise. Burdette designed the lighting and lighting controls systems, power and fire alarm system as well as provided construction management services to ensure a quality installation.

Photos Provided Courtesy of Bob Jones University.

Keeter Auditorium RenovationShelby, NC

Cleveland Community College
Renovation

In coordination with a specialty theater consulting group and the Owner, Burdette Engineering, Inc. designed the power system required for a complete performance system upgrade to include performance and house lighting, rigging and emergency power.

Barnett HallClemson, SC

Clemson University
HVAC & Window Replacement
2013 Excellence in Construction Award

Electrical design for the complete replacement of mechanical systems in Barnett Hall to include first floor HVAC and toilet ventilation.  Demolition and construction were completed in phases in order to accommodate completion during the 2013 summer break period.  Project was fast track and contractor led, requiring intense coordination.

New Dining CommonsGreenville, SC

Bob Jones University
Renovation

Burdette Engineering, Inc. provided electrical design services for the renovation of the campus main dining commons.  It was completed in two phases beginning in 2010 and finishing summer of 2013.  Phase I work was implemented to provide a streamlined food delivery in a canteen setting and to prepare the students for the changes to the food delivery coming in Phase II.    The Phase II renovation included electrical infrastructure design, one of the first installations of Hubbell’s new high lumen LED downlights, lighting for the varsity room, power design for new kitchen equipment and hoods, HVAC connections and new fire alarm system for the entire building.  Burdette’s Phase II design brought a new concept in food delivery providing students with a wide variety of new choices and a more socially interactive environment.

Photos provided courtesy of Bob Jones University.

Graduate Engineering CenterGreenville, SC

International Center for Automotive Research
Clemson University
New Facility
LEED Silver Certification, 2009

Approximately 85,000 SF automobile research facility with testing labs, classrooms and office space including flexible areas, multi-media, audio-visual systems and auditorium.  Electrical systems design includes lighting, power and fire alarm.  Project includes state-of–the-art research facilities, labs, and equipment for automotive research, requiring back-up generation, multiple services, smoke evacuation systems, and intense audio visual, I.T. and security coordination with Owner.  Subsequent projects have reworked existing labs to accommodate new equipment and research requirements.

Centennial HallGreenwood, SC

Lander University
New Dormitory
LEED Certified, 2008

New 69,500 SF four-story dormitory for Lander that included power distribution, lighting, fire alarm design, grounding, lightning protection, telecommunications and security including access control and surveillance.  This project was not initially designed as a LEED project, but the design was modified during construction to receive LEED certification.