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 We are pleased to announce completion of the design of the World Class Distribution Center for Trader Joe's in Daytona Beach, Florida. 

This project  included 4 buildings: Hub building: 525,000 sq ft., 250 tons for conditioned warehouse. Freezer building: 100,000 sq ft. Maintenance building: 6,000 sq ft. Includes truck exhaust pipe extraction exhaust system.Make up air systems combine efficient use of exhaust along with tempering to maximize cost effectiveness while meeting ANSI/IIAR 2-2008 (Equipment, Design, Installation of Closed-Circuit Ammonia mechanical Refrigerating Systems) regulations.

  • Historic Renovation of six, 10-20 story office buildings in Little Rock, Arkansas into mixed use, hotels, apartments and condos
  • LEED Design Build for food processing facilities in California, Idaho, Ohio and Indiana
  • USP 797 Design for Pharmacies
  • Medical: Hospital Renovations, Ambulatory Surgery Center Design Experts
  • Adaptive Reuse
  • Phillips Lytle, LLP, Buffalo, NY-85,000 sq. ft. headquarters for one of New York's Largest law firms
  • Deerwood Apartment Complex, Deerwood, Florida-350 unit apartment luxury apartment complex 
  • Hartsfield Atlanta Airport, FoodServices Contract, 2012-2013  
  • Telfair State Prison, Georgia Department of Corrections, Helena, GA-Saving over $240K in utility bills and over 18M gallons of water a year because of Minick Engineering, Inc.'s unique energy management design and engineering
  • LEED Certified Renovations completed on University of Georgia Visual Arts Building-Construction is finished on the $9.7 million LEED certified renovation to the University of Georgia’s iconic Visual Arts Building. LEED Gold certification.  Among  the project’s many unique features is the installation of a chilled beam HVAC system making the building one of the first projects in Georgia and the first on the University of Georgia campus to use this sustainable climate control technology.   

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