Carroll A. Campbell Jr. United States CourthouseGreenville, SC

New Construction
General Services Administration
LEED Gold Certification, 2022

New, state of the art federal courthouse in downtown Greenville, SC.  Building was designed at four stories, covering 2 acres, 195,000 SF, and achieved LEED Gold Certification in May 2022.  It houses seven courtrooms and nine judges’ chambers and workspaces for the U.S. Marshals, US Probation and Pretrial Services, the US Attorney and Federal Public Defender. The courthouse location is downtown in Greenville’s Downtown Business District.  Building was formally dedicated on October 17, 2022 to former governor Carroll A. Campbell, Jr.

Doug Kingsmore Stadium ExpansionClemson, SC

Clemson University
Renovation and New Museum
LEED Silver Certification, 2017

Expansion of left field bleachers, including reworking of existing lighting controls, and reworking of stadium speaker systems.  Power was also provided to all concession equipment, toilets, miscellaneous receptacles, and HVAC equipment.  Scope of work was expanded to include fire alarm system modifications to provide voice evacuation messaging with interface with public address and emergency power source, 11,000SF addition and approximated 10,000SF of renovated space for player development space and new museum.

Parking GarageGreenville, SC

Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research
1,200 spaces, 5 levels
LEED Gold Certification, 2009

Burdette Engineering Inc. provided electrical services for this structure to include the ground and fifth floor power modifications, third floor fitness center design, and restaurant up-fits.

Porter Memorial LibraryNewton County, GA

New Facility
LEED Gold Certification, 2011

Porter Memorial Library was the first LEED Gold Library in Georgia.  New Construction to include 18,000 SF branch library design of power for HVAC, convenience power, lighting systems, fire alarm system, computer system design, site lighting, and LEED certification design for lighting.

Center for Emerging TechnologyGreenville, SC

International Center for Automotive Research
Clemson University
LEED Gold Certification, 2013

Design of approximately 60,000 SF core and shell facility  to attract new emerging companies.  Design incorporates raised floor with HVAC, and modular power and data located below floor level.  Special consideration was given for possible laboratory installation with maximum flexibility for possible tenants, along with telecommunication rooms and telecommunication infrastructure.

Sage Automotive InteriorsGreenville, SC

LEED Gold Certification, 2016

In 2010 this project was a LEED project which used a Lutron wireless lighting control system for occupancy sensing and daylight harvesting.  The primary power distribution for this upfit was done beneath the raised floor which gives the tenant a flexible space that is simple and budget friendly when it comes time to make modifications to the floor plan.  Project was originally submitted for LEED Silver Certification in 2010 and received LEED Gold in 2016.

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.

Hubbell Lighting HeadquartersGreenville, SC

Project Starlight
LEED Silver Certification, 2008

Hubbell Project Starlight was a new construction of approximately 162,000 SF.  Electrical systems design included lighting, power, fire alarm and security.  The building also is an excellent example of building automation interfaces, lighting and daylight harvesting.

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.

First Baptist ChurchGreenville, SC

Activities Ministry Center
LEED Silver Certification, 2010

New 41,550 SF activities center for First Baptist Church in Greenville, SC.  In addition to power distribution, lighting and controls, project entailed electrical engineering design to include voice evacuation system, fire alarm and site lighting.  Site lighting included lighting for an outside basketball court, new parking lot, and building mounted fixtures to light the exterior stairs and the patios.  Interior lighting, Audio Visual, HVAC, Security and LEED certification services were also provided.

*Photos and architectural design provided by LS3P Associates, Ltd.

Physical Activities CenterGreenville, SC

Furman University
LEED Silver Certification, 2011

Electrical design to renovate an existing two story, 35,000 SF physical activity center facility for students and faculty.  The existing solar array supplemental heating system for the indoor pool was refurbished.  The existing electrical distribution system was replaced throughout the facility, energy efficient lighting systems and controls were added, a new fire alarm system and HVAC system was installed to meet the latest energy codes.  This building was certified as LEED Silver in 2010.  The existing pool lighting was upgraded as part of the renovations.

REWA Corporate HeadquartersGreenville, SC

Western Carolina Waste Water Treatment Facility
Merit Award from AIA SC Chapter
LEED Silver Certification, 2010

Burdette Engineering, Inc. provided electrical design for the facility to facilitate a modern, technologically current building with exposed ceilings and tall central core and patio.  Electrical design included backup power for critical operations and rerouting fiber feeds from sewer plant across Mauldin Road.  Burdette performed design modifications to the optical fiber service in the facility, which included extensive revisions of the following design elements:  fiber configuration, fiber routing, fiber testing procedures, proposed pathways that include underground handholes and ductbanks.  Services also included bidding and construction observation and administration.

Larry B. Penley Golf ClubhouseClemson, SC

Clemson University
LEED Silver Certification, 2012

A new 7,100 SF facility consists of a physical training room, dining area, meeting room, repair shop, locker rooms, and the coaches’ offices.  Electrical design included interior electrical power and lighting systems, along with site lighting for the proposed parking lot.

Savannah River Forest Institute Research StationAiken, SC

US Forestry First LEED Certified Building
LEED Silver Certification, 2008

Burdette designed the installation of new HVAC and lighting for this research station in Aiken, SC.  It later became the US Forestry’s first LEED certified building.  The design features include a ground-source heat pump heating and air-conditioning system and highly efficient light fixtures.  The lab is 33 % more energy efficient than a standard building.