EMCOR Group, a Fortune 500 company engaged in providing energy infrastructure, mechanical and electrical structures and facilities for varied businesses, declared that its auxiliary company, Trautman & Shreve has received a contract to install the required mechanical systems, at the new Denver Police Crime Laboratory located in Denver, Colorado.
The new Denver Police Crime Lab will be located in a high-tech 60,000 square foot construction by substituting an existing facility. The proposed installations include a below the ground connectivity to the present police building, an office space and three floors of the laboratory. The laboratory will need advanced systems such as effective particulate air filters for exclusive humidity controls and for the firing range, for use in unique exhaust arrangements and for the distinctive lab gas piping.
Trautman & Shreve will erect all the heating and cooling systems, chilled and heating water facilities, Specialty gases, and units for indoor gas management. It will also carry out the needed plumbing for the installations.
The construction of the Denver Crime Lab will be completed using green construction methods to match the specified requirements of the U.S. Green Building Council to achieve LEED Certification. The building design has covered the necessities such as reduction in carbon dioxide discharges, water conservation, energy savings and better air quality.