Los Angeles, California
The Walt Disney Concert Hall, designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, is one of the world’s most sophisticated concert halls and destined to become one of the most recognized architectural landmarks on the West Coast.
Working as the Owner’s Representative, EEI was able to assure the Concert Hall was built in accordance with the approved design and project construction documentation. EEI provided building commissioning services, including review of Construction Documents, equipment submittals, and contractor start-up checklists, development of functional test procedures, functional testing, and the Final Commissioning Report.
EEI commissioned all the major building systems including, but not limited to, building air systems, humidifiers, fan coils, air conditioning units, lobby reheat coils, hot water pumps, chilled water pumps, domestic hot water systems, dry coolers, emergency power, over-ride panels and the facilities management system, including the operator workstation.
|Owner||Los Angeles County|
|Commissioning Authority||Engineering Economics, Inc.|
|Total Construction Cost||$274 Million|