The largest tennis facility in the United States, this campus boasts over 260,000 square feet of construction across eight buildings, 100 tennis courts, and 65 acres. Each individual building was considered a mini-project with its own unique mechanical design, including a 2-story office building, a large player development building with indoor tennis courts and player rehabilitation, and a dorm-style lodge with cafeteria.Location: Lake Nona, FL
Westbrook assisted The City of Orlando in this design-build project that aimed to meet the City’s Greenworks initiatives. Using the cutting-edge technology of the Daikin VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) system, the new Orlando Police Department Headquarters building benefits from energy savings, individual control flexibility, and an adaptable design that will continue saving the City money for decades to come. This project comprised of five Rooftop Air Handling Units, 17 Condensing Units, and 104 Fan Coil Units divided into six separate cooling systemsLocation: Orlando, FL
Westbrook successfully demolished and installed a new chilled water HVAC system for this 115,000 square-foot Cruise terminal facility. Held to an impossibly tight schedule of 6 months, Westbrook committed to working double shifts, 7-days a week to deliver this project to HJ High and the Canaveral Port Authority in time for the newest cruise ship’s arrival. The project’s scope included demolition of over 40,000 sf of existing building structures and facilities, a complete renovation of the existing building, and construction of 65,000 sf of new space, new entry areas, passenger screening areas, baggage scanning and handling facilities, ticketing, and a 10,000 sf Customs and Border Protection facility.
Location: Port Canaveral
Owner: Canaveral Port Authority
GC: H.J. High Construction
Engineer: Graef Engineering
Duration: 6 months
The University of Central Florida’s new Wayne Densch Center for Student-Athlete Leadership serves as the headquarters for the student-athletes and UCF’s Leadership Institute. It is a three-story, 21,700 s.f. athletic facility built to meet the highest standards in LEED building. Westbrook successfully completed this project for Wharton-Smith using sustainable building practices such as low VOC and recycled materials, clean duct practices, and Indoor Air Quality management to achieve a LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Project Location: Orlando, Florida
Project Owner: University of Central Florida
General Contractor: Wharton Smith, Inc Construction Group
Engineer: TLC Engineering
Duration: 11 months