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Tarrant County College Northwest Campus



Omniplan Architects


The project building is an existing two story educational building of approximately 52,370 square feet serving as a Counseling, Testing and Sciences Building. The building is located in Ft. Worth, Texas. The building is served by chilled and hot water piping systems from an existing central utility plant. The Project is comprised of two phases: Phase I - The Program Validation and Scope-to-Budget Definition and Phase II - Design and Construction Administration for the scope determined in Phase I.


General scope includes; modifications to meet current code and accessibility issues including the addition of fire suppression sprinklers and fire alarm systems; Investigate renovation and enhancement of the of the MEP systems for systems beyond their expected life and to improve systems for compliance with current Tarrant County College Standards and Codes.


ODG Engineering is responsible for 20% of the overall MEP scope which includes Electrical Engineering Services, Fire Alarm, and assist in the design of the HVAC System.  The Project is currently in Phase II.



Plano, Texas





Tekelec is an industry leader building smart networks through combination of signaling,  switching, and applications. Tekelec customers include telecommunications carriers, network service providers, and contact center operators. The facility is an existing 210,560 SF  facility which includes warehouse and administration areas. The project consisted of  interior improvements of 87,000 SF of the facility. Improvements included administration areas ( 29,000 SF), training rooms, conference rooms, and numerous testing/support labs. The improvements also included new toilets and large break rooms. The electrical design consisted of the redistribution of existing lighting and branch circuiting throughout the building and DC power plants. The mechanical design included the redistribution of air systems, design of existing constant volume roof top units into variable air volume air systems, UPS/DC power plant exhaust systems, toilet exhaust, and plumbing systems and Fire Suppression System.





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