Here is a small sample of previous projects:

Mammoth Residence:

This ~16,000 sqft vacation house was built adjacent to a ski run on Mammoth mountain, and included a private ski lodge and multiple great rooms. The HVAC included radiant heat floors and forced air cooling, both utilizing an efficient ground-source heat pump system.

3rd Street Flats:

This new construction apartment building consisted of seven stories above grade and two stories of parking below grade. The lower level was entirely commercial space, and the upper levels contained ~100 one and two bedroom apartment units. Heating and cooling was accomplished with fan coils utilizing individual condensing units for cooling and central instantaneous boilers for heating.

Juliette Student Housing:

This student housing development by architect Method Studio will stand 7 stories tall (in addition to 3 below grade) directly across the street from Brigham Young University in Utah. With over 500 beds in a building with over 170,000 sqft of floor space in addition to 150,000 sqft of garage space, the amenities include a fully enclosed swimming pool, ballroom, library, fitness center, and offices. Heating and cooling was provided with efficient single and multi split heat pump systems. This project was designed while working for a different firm.

Springhill Suites by Marriott – Las Vegas:

This 5-story under-construction hotel is located next to the LAS airport in walking distance of the Las Vegas strip. The HVAC system included an ultra efficient VRF system with the capability to transfer heat between guestrooms and common areas. This project was designed while working for a different firm.