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AES Projects


Jones Performing Arts and Teen Center, St. Louis, MO.

The project was a 2-story, 35, 000 square foot building addition to the original Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club of St. Louis; namely Dennis and Judith Jones Performing Arts and Teen Center.

Yeatman Middle School, St. Louis, MO.

AES personnel designed a new HVAC system for Yeatman Middle School as part of a government venture to renovate and add new air-conditioning systems to approximately 25 public high schools in the St. Louis City that were evaluated and approved for system upgrades.

The Met Center, St. Louis, MO.

The MET Center of the City of Wellston, St. Louis is an educational facility that prepares students for various careers including nursing. AES engineer/personnel was hired to design new HVAC and plumbing systems for the 4th floor of this building.


Core One Credit Union, Columbus, Ohio.

An AES personnel/engineer was hired to design an HVAC system for Core One Credit Union; a banking facility located in Columbus, Ohio. This was a 2-story, 15,000 square foot office building for financial use. The HVAC system comprised of two rooftop units. Each rooftop unit provided cooling by means of direct-expansion refrigeration process. The first rooftop unit had a cooling capacity of 23-Tons and served the upper level spaces and spaces on the lower level with wall solar exposures.

Pharmaceutical / Biotech

Covidien/Mallinckrodt B5 - Project Orange, St. Louis, MO.

Project Orange was a DEA classified project. It involved the renovation of the 4th and 5th floors and a first floor addition of a new first production area. AES personnel designed the HVAC, process piping, fire protection piping and plumbing systems for the project. The combined scope of the project spanned a 7,000 square foot floor area.

Other Projects

East St. Louis Fire House #422, East St. Louis, MO.

AES personnel/engineer was hired to design engineering systems for the existing fire station #422 in East St. Louis, Missouri. The facility consists of a 2-story 35,000 square foot building that was previously destroyed by fire. The project involved the demolition of the existing systems and redesign of new HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems for the building.