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When the chiller at the historic Old City Hall in Richmond, Virginia needed to be replaced, the Virginia Department of General Services turned to Brockenbrough. The aging 250 ton chiller was located in a mechanical room under a pedestrian plaza. To install a replacement would...

This project included the upgrade of the fire protection and potable water distribution systems for the Richmond DLA Aviation facility. Work also included the replacement of fire pumps with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) pumps sized for six million gallons per day capacity and rated per the...

Brockenbrough provided bid documents for a new JP-5 fuel farm with two 500,000 gallon tanks, two 1,200 gpm pumphouses (one on top of each tank), a 1,200 gpm filtration building, and a 600 gpm truck off-loading station.   The project connected these new tanks to a six...

This project marked the third major tank replacement design Brockenbrough provided for Craney Island Fuel Terminal dating back to the 1980’s. The project provided 400,000 barrels of JP-5/F-76 storage and an additional 70,000 barrels of Reclaimed Fuel Oil (FOR) storage. The new tanks replaced nineteen circa...

Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia is located on a coral atoll in the Indian Ocean. The footprint shaped island is located about 700 miles south of India, 1,500 miles east of Africa, and is part of the British Indian Ocean Territories. Both the Air Force...

This Enhanced Integrity Investigation and Assessment provided a more detailed inspection and analysis of the DLA capitalized JP-8 fuel piping located at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. The assessment focused on several items of concern that were identified during the development of the initial “Integrity...

Brockenbrough was responsible for the design of ten new or renovated customer service centers for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.  Each center contained a state-of-the-art teller line designated to streamline the service process thereby creating a better experience for the customer and an ergonomically...

In preparation for the receipt of MV-22 helicopters, the existing parking apron striping was removed and a new parking plan was designed. Because of extreme high temperatures subjected to the concrete by the MV-22 down blast, special concrete coatings, heat resistant joint sealants and high temperature...

This project included the design of a two million gallon elevated water storage tank that is 175 feet tall with concrete pedestal and mat foundation. Brockenbrough was responsible for the site design, water line extensions, and electrical power service.  Designs were also created for a piping...