The new student residences at Hawai’i Pacific University’s Aloha Tower Marketplace are located on the third floor and are comprised of double-, triple-, and quad-occupancy bedrooms with a central lounge/study area and shared bathroom/shower facilities. The student residences are 5,200 sq. ft. each, located in two adjacent buildings that overlook the front of the property. Crossland Engineering provided full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems to remodel the existing administration spaces into a new college dormitory.
Pier Nine by Sam Choy
Hawai’i Pacific University’s new on-campus waterfront dining facility features indoor and outdoor seating as well as a private dining room. Including the full-size commercial kitchen, the new space is 6,800 sq. ft. and is architecturally modeled after an open marketplace. Crossland Engineering provided full Mechanical Engineering design for the HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems. We achieved multiple energy efficient strategies such as water-source heat pump air-conditioning, demand-controlled kitchen exhaust, and condensing gas water heaters.