E&C Residential Projects

Rice University Rice Village Apartments

E&C provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for a new 114,470 square foot, four story apartment building for graduate students near the Rice campus in Houston.  The apartment complex consists of 235 bedrooms, 137 units with study and meeting rooms.  Total construction cost was $12.5 million.

Sam Houston State University Lone Star Hall

E&C provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for a new 157 unit (314 beds) facility with 10,000 square feet office space on the first floor to house residence life offices.  The building incorporated energy efficient designs such as high efficiency chillers, VAV room fan coil units and a heat recover outside air unit.

The Men’s Center

E&C provided the MEP design for the approximately 50,000 square foot facility housing offices, kitchen and server as well as 56 single occupancy units.  This five-story building will serve the community providing recovery programs, housing, meals and job assistance to those recovering from drug and alcohol abuse.

Rice University Weiss President’s House

E&C provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services to remodel a 1919 existing two story home with basement, 10,500 square foot residence to serve as Rice University’s President’s residence.  The project consisted of providing new M/E/P systems while maintaining a majority of the house’s antique features.  The total construction costs are $3.8 million.

Sam Houston State University Raven Village Dormitory

E&C provided mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for a new 154,000 square foot, four story building on the SHSU campus in Huntsville.  The dormitory consists of 410 beds, 211 units with study and meeting rooms.  Total construction cost was $12.5 million.

Sam Houston State University South Dormitory

The Project includes construction of two new 335-bed residence halls (670 beds total) of approximately 105,000 GSF each.  Large open green space and pedestrian walkways will provide ample access in both directions.  This could include sidewalks, landscape, hardscape, etc. The project will include a modular chiller plant and associated infrastructure to support the residence halls and a future dining facility.  The project is intended to create the south residential district of the Sam Houston campus.  Total Construction Cost Limitation for the project is $51,421,000.  This project is in construction.