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    • City of Baltimore - Electrical Distribution ReliabilityImprovements, Physical Security and On-site PowerGeneration at BRWWTP and PWWTPPresented by: Jim Barrett, PE, AIA Associate, LEED AP Dave Wetzel, PE Qayyum Abdul, PE, LEED AP BD+C January 10, 2013
    • Agenda» Introductions» About BKM» Responses to Questions» Questions
    • Who is BKM?» Burdette, Koehler, Murphy & Associates, Inc. Established in 1968» 40-person firm providing mechanical / electrical / plumbing engineering» 17 PEs / 13 LEED APs» Market Sectors » Government » Mission Critical » Corporate » Healthcare » Higher Education » K-12 Schools
    • Who are our Clients?» 60% of our work consists of federal, state, and local government projects» 80% of our work consists of renovation work within occupied buildings» Our government clients include the following: • Baltimore City DPW • Maryland Department of General Services • Baltimore County Government • Carroll County Government • NOAA • NASA • EPA • USDA
    • Project Team Members» Burdette, Koehler, Murphy & Associates, Inc. Electrical Engineering» KES Engineering, Inc. (MBE) Electrical Engineering (Ronaldo Mojica, PE)» Phoenix Engineering, Inc. (MBE) Cost Estimating (Malini Gupta Glueck, PE)» Additional Team Members as Needed
    • BKM Project PersonnelJames L. Barrett, PE, Principal-in-Charge» 28 years in the industry» Extensive experience with project contractual issues» Numerous occupied / phased renovations» Experience working with Department of Public Works for Baltimore County, Carroll County, and Montgomery County» Experience working for Baltimore City: • Current contracts include a Baltimore City school renovation at Bentalou • Current on-call contract for Baltimore City Public School System
    • BKM Project PersonnelDavid M. Wetzel, PE, Project Manager/Lead Electrical Engineer» 21 years in the power systems design industry» BS and MS in electrical power systems engineering» Former waste/stormwater electrical engineer, while at JMT» Former power system field service engineer, while at ABB» Former power system engineer while at BGE» Experience in waste/stormwater, substations, power utility, airports, marine terminals, industrial, healthcare, laboratories, and other general building facilities» Project Manager for numerous prime contracts
    • BKM Project PersonnelQayyum Abdul, PE, Electrical Engineer» 7 years of electrical design experience in the industry» BS in electrical and electronics engineering» MS in electrical power systems engineering» Former electrical design engineer for waste/stormwater systems while at JMT» Former electrical engineer while at Interstates Engineering» Over 5 years experience in design of electrical systems for wastewater treatment plants and industrial facilities» Extensive experience in power system modeling and analysis of industrial facilities
    • Team’s Wastewater/Stormwater Experience• Patapsco WWTP, ENR Modifications (Contract No. • Greenhill Cove WWPS, Pump Station 855), City of Baltimore, MD – new 400kW generator - Improvements, Baltimore County, MD – new 100kW $20 M. generator.• Throop WWTP, Nutrient Reduction and Expansion, • Masseth Avenue WWPS, Pump Station Lackawanna River Basin Sewer Authority – new Improvements, Baltimore County, MD – new 100kW 800kW generator, 2 new 65kW cogenerators - $ 23 M. generator.• Mystic Harbour WWTP, Upgrade and Expansion, • Maple Avenue SWPS, Pump Station Worchester County, MD – new 550kW generator. Renovations, Norfolk, VA – new 450kW generator.• Throop WWTP, Headworks Wet Weather • First View SWPS, Pump Station Renovations, Norfolk, VA Improvements, Lackawanna River Basin Sewer – new 550kW generator. Authority - $7 M. • Pump Station #1 SWPS, Pump Station• Emporia WWTP, Modifications to Solids Handling Renovations, Norfolk, VA. Facilities, Emporia, VA – generator system evaluation • Brambleton Avenue SWPS, Pump Station and modifications . Renovations, Norfolk, VA.• Chesapeake Terrace WWPS, Pump Station • Monticello Avenue SWPS, Pump Station Improvements, Baltimore County, MD – new 125kW Renovations, Norfolk, VA. generator. • Virginia Beach Boulevard SWPS, Pump Station Emergency Generator, Norfolk, VA. WW/SW experience was performed by Dave Wetzel, PE and Qayyum Abdul, PE, LEED AP BD+C while at JMT.
    • Experience in investigations, evaluations, repairs, renovationsand new construction of electrical systems. Question 1Johns Hopkins Keswick Campus, Switchgear Replacement Projects,Baltimore MD - $6 M• Prime consultant (North Building)• 500,000-square-foot campus facility• Two-source medium voltage primary-secondary- selective system• Replace two 13.2kV BGE service entrance switchgear line-ups• Replace/upsize two 13.2kV-480V double-ended unit substations• Replace/modify 13.2kV underground feeder system• Evaluate/reconnect 1.9MW existing on-site 2012 Craftsmanship Award generation for Electrical Work for Keswick North Building from• Phased occupied construction – 12 construction phases The Building Congress & Exchange
    • Experience in investigations, evaluations, repairs, renovationsand new construction of electrical systems. Question 1911 Call Center, Baltimore County, MD - $7 M• New 20,000-square-foot call center in existing 300,000-square-foot courthouse building• New 13.2kV-480V medium voltage primary selective unit substation• Existing two-source medium voltage primary- secondary selective system• New mission critical 900kW generator and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) facility• Phased occupied construction
    • Experience in investigations, evaluations, repairs, renovationsand new construction of electrical systems. Question 1I-95 Travel Plazas, Maryland House and Chesapeake House, MarylandTransportation Authority - $45 M• Two new facilities combined 80,000-square- feet• Includes building, site, and 12 restaurants• Two major 2,500 A utility service entrances• Combined 1.5MW on-site generation• Design team includes approximately 20 design consultants in 10 states and 3 countries
    • Manpower availability to complete the project on-time and within budget forprime-consultant and sub-consultants, including performing quality control/quality assurance tasks at critical stages. Question 2» Combined team of 120 design professionals» 20 licensed mechanical and electrical engineers» 5 dedicated professional electrical engineers» In-house quality peer review and budget analysis at every milestones» Coordination/constructability review for quality assurance
    • Experience and knowledge in the design of on-site standby power generatingfacilities with an equivalent capacity equal to or great than 2.0 Mega Watts. Question 3Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), Emergency GeneratorInstallation, Baltimore, MD - $ 4M• Prime consultant (MEP) additional consultants include architectural, structural, and geotechnical• 1,000,000-square-foot facility• 8MW on-site generating capacity – single facility• Two new 3MW generators and one existing 2MW generator• New paralleling switchgear• Existing two-source medium voltage campus distribution system with three primary selective substations• 17 automatic transfer switch (ATS) generator starting commands• Phased occupied construction – 21 construction phases
    • Experience and knowledge in the design of on-site standby power generatingfacilities with an equivalent capacity equal to or great than 2.0 Mega Watts. Question 3Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), Emergency GeneratorInstallation, Baltimore, MD - $ 4M• Entire facility electrical load evaluation• Generator starting sequence• Generator capacity calculations• Short circuit study• Coordination study• Generator control design• Underground feeder system design• Fuel system design/modifications• Exhaust system design
    • Experience and knowledge in the design of on-site standby power generatingfacilities with an equivalent capacity equal to or great than 2.0 Mega Watts. Question 3Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), Emergency GeneratorInstallation, Baltimore, MD - $ 4MLessons Learned:• Short circuit study – impact on existing system• IBC seismic requirements• Feeder separation• Factory witness testing• Generator controls
    • Experience in design of medium voltage secondary selectivesectionalized power distribution centers. Question 4Medium Voltage Secondary Selective• Main-tie-main breakers • Open-tie breaker• Closed main breakers • Supplied by two incoming sources
    • Experience in design of medium voltage secondary selectivesectionalized power distribution centers. Question 4Two-Source Primary – Secondary Selective
    • Experience in design of medium voltage secondary selectivesectionalized power distribution centers &Experience in design of underground redundant power systems tomaintain power in the event of a single feeder fault. Question 4 & 5Relevant Experience:BWI Airport, Substation and Distribution Johns Hopkins Keswick Campus, SwitchgearSystem Upgrades Replacement Projects• Two new 34.5kV BGE service entrance switchgear • Two new 13.2kV BGE service entrance switchgearline-ups, four new 13.8kV double-ended switchgear line-ups, two new 13.2kV-480V double-ended unitline-ups, and medium voltage distribution system substations, and medium voltage distribution systemBWI Airport, Terminal A/B Expansion Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Building• Three new 13.2kV-480V double-ended unit A and AA Switchgear Replacement Projectssubstations and medium voltage distribution system • Two new 13.2kV-208V double-ended unit substationsBWI Airport, Central Utility Plant Upgrades• Two new 13.2kV-480V double-ended unitsubstations, one new 13.2kV-4,160V double-endedunit substation, and medium voltage distributionsystem
    • Experience in design of special systems for security systems, including CCTVsystems, access control systems, and perimeter fencing systems. Question 6Relevant Experience:• AACPS Waugh Chapel Elementary School • Johns Hopkins Hospital - Meyers 8th Floor Addition Medical Library• Carroll County Public Schools -Main Data • Johns Hopkins Medical Institute - Graduate Center Feasibility Study Student Housing High Rise• Baltimore County Public Schools - West • MdTA Travel Plazas - MD House & Towson Elementary School Chesapeake House• Baltimore County Public Schools - • VAMC Martinsburg - Consolidated Dispatch Administrative Office Relocations Center• Baltimore County Courthouse 4th Floor • VAMC Wilmington - Building #5 Medical Court Renovation Training Center• Baltimore County Courthouse Electrical & • VAMC Wilmington - Site Enhancements - Telecom Upgrades Site Security• Baltimore County 911 Center Relocation • VAMC Perry Point Community Living Center• Johns Hopkins University - Health & Counseling Center
    • Experience in geotechnical, civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, architectural, soundattenuation, and landscape design for power generation system buildings. Question 7Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), Emergency GeneratorInstallation, Baltimore, MD - $ 4M• BKM Prime (MEP) Consultant for 8MW On-site Generating Station. Consultants include: • Architectural Sub-consultant • Structural Sub-consultant • Geotechnical Sub-consultant BKM has extensive experience utilizing additional specialty consultants on previous projects including civil, sound attenuation, and landscape design.
    • Experience in designing facilities in compliance with NEC, NFPA, NFPA 70E ArcFlash, OSHA standards. Question 8NEC: National Electrical Code• NEC Articles 500, 501, and 502: Hazardous (classified) Locations• NEC Article 504: Intrinsically Safe Systems• NEC Articles 700, 701, and 702: Emergency, legally required and optional standby generator power systemsNFPA: National Fire Protection Association• NFPA 820: Standard for Fire Protection in Wastewater Treatment and Collection Facilities• NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (Arc Flash)• NFPA 101: Life Safety Code• NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power SystemsOSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Act• OSHA Trained Professionals• BKM standard procedures are to follow OSHA Guidelines during site investigation
    • Experience in overall team approach with MBE/WBE consultants participation. Question 9KES Engineering, Inc. (MBE) Phoenix Engineering (MBE)Electrical Engineer Cost Consultant• Dundalk Marine Terminal, Maryland Port • Urgent Needs WW Engineering Services, Administration, Sanitary Sewer Baltimore City, MD Replacement • Back River WWTP, Blower Building• Midshore Regional SW Facility II, Rehabilitation, Baltimore, MD Maryland Environmental Service at • Leakin Park Pumping Station Renovations, River Road, Ridgely, MD Baltimore, MD• Garrett A. Morgan Water Works Plant • Earth Dam Rehabilitation, Baltimore City, MD Filter/Administration Building • Montebello Filtration Improvements, Modifications, Cleveland, Ohio Baltimore City, MD• Baltimore Grand Prix, Camden Yards • Solid Waste Storage Facility, Sports Complex Baltimore City, MD • Earth Dam Rehabilitation, Baltimore City, MD • Stoney Run Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Baltimore, MD
    • Experience in BG&E system coordination and evaluation of incoming powerservice feeders and switchgear. Question 10Relevant Experience:Johns Hopkins Keswick Campus, GBMC, Coordination Study for NewSwitchgear Replacement Projects Generator Panelboards• Coordination/evaluation for load increase, • Coordination/evaluation of BGE feeder fault medium voltage switchgear replacement current for coordination study. and construction outages. BWI Airport, Substation and Distribution911 Call Center, Baltimore County System Upgrades• Coordination/evaluation for load increase, • Coordination/evaluation for load increase, medium voltage substation addition and new medium voltage service supply feeder, construction outages. new medium voltage service entrance and equipment, circulating current study forI-95 Travel Plazas medium and low voltage closed transition• Coordination/evaluation for new schemes and construction outages. construction, load increase, and new service entrances for campus medium voltage distribution system.
    • ReferencesGBMC, Emergency Generator InstallationProject• Mitchell Scholtes, GBMC Construction Manager, 443-849-2149Johns Hopkins Keswick Campus,Switchgear Replacement Projects• Nick Farrell, Senior Director Facilities, Design & Construction, 443-997-3735911 Call Center, Baltimore County• Mike Smith, Project Manager, 410-887- 2946
    • City of Baltimore - Electrical Distribution ReliabilityImprovements, Physical Security and On-site PowerGeneration at BRWWTP and PWWTPQuestions?