ACE to design MEP systems at Bozeman’s new safety center

BOZEMAN, MONT., November 10, 2018 – Associated Construction Engineering puts safety first, just like Bozeman voters did this month when they voted “yes” on a $36.9 million bond to build the city’s new public safety center.

As the MEP consultant on the project, ACE will use its expertise to design high-efficiency HVAC systems as well as to incorporate LED lighting and water-conserving plumbing, design efforts aimed at cost savings.

Expected to be completed by fall 2020, the new 64,000-square-foot facility will house the police, courts, victim services, and the fire crew currently at Fire Station No. 1.

“This was a win for our community, and ACE is thrilled to have been selected to be part of this project,” said Kip Weeda, a vice president at ACE and its branch manager for the firm’s Belgrade office.

Bozeman wins its $36.9 million safety center

About ACE

Associated Construction Engineering Inc. (ACE) was established in 1987 and has become one of the largest mechanical/electrical engineering consulting firms in the region. We currently staff offices in Belgrade, Billings, and Missoula, Montana; Minot, North Dakota; and Sheridan, Wyoming. Professional engineering services in the disciplines of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, energy analysis, and special systems are available for commercial, industrial, and residential building projects.

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