Posts Categorized: Revit


MSP: Terminal 1

Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) has been providing engineering design services to MSP Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) for mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, lighting, telecommunications and building automation systems. Our involvement at Terminal 1 began when the terminal’s complexity and variety of engineered systems began to challenge the MAC’s day-to-day operations. An 11,000-ton chiller plant and

MSP: Terminal 2

Terminal 2 infrastructure was completely designed by Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) and built in 1997 with opportunities of expansion planned for the future. All mechanical and electrical systems are modern and efficient, and the configuration has accommodated TSA and the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) Energy Conservation Program without significant changes to the building or its

Confidential Project A

This critical data center involved a consolidation of four distributed data rooms across a large campus into one Greenfield data center. This facility is designed to Tier 3 standards with 2N power distribution providing almost 350 kW of IT power.  Cooling to the site is provided by two 150 ton chillers operating in a 2N

‘On The Go’ Restaurants

Have you noticed the dining options at the MSP International Airport? Next time you’re passing through Terminal 1, Concourse G take note of the 43,000 square feet of new restaurant and bar space. Michaud Cooley Erickson provided the complete MEP designs for six restaurants, three bars and all back of house support areas. The project

Mystic Lake Casino

Michaud Cooley Erickson (MCE) has designed and engineered HVAC and plumbing systems for multiple projects since 2004 for the Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel Campus, including gaming floors, restaurants, pool, meeting rooms, banquet halls, theater, golf clubhouse, spa, hotel towers, corporate offices and all supporting spaces. All roof top units serving the casino floor were

3M

3M is a Fortune 500 company that established a Research & Development Lab building at their headquarters in Maplewood, Minnesota providing a 470,000 square foot “state of art” lab facility which will attract the best scientists from around the world. This facility houses six separate divisions that previously were scattered across the campus in aging