National Park Service – Gateway Arch Museum Store

The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, reflects the City’s role in the Westward Expansion of the United States in the nineteenth century, and is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson’s part in the expansion. The design team was tasked with designing new mechanical and plumbing systems for the museum store and visitor center remodel including plumbing for a sink at the concession counter. All HVAC ductwork was designed to hide in the cloud drop ceiling.

Mariel Boutique – Remodel

Located in Denver’s Cherry Creek shopping district, Mariel’s offers high-end women’s apparel and accessories, including wedding gowns, evening wear, and shoes. 360 Engineering provided mechanical engineering services to accommodate a new layout of this 2,200-square-foot retail space, including relocation of ductwork, supply diffusers, and supply grilles; relocation of thermostats; exhaust and plumbing systems for a new restroom and new breakroom; and venting and gas piping for a new in-store fireplace.

Bar Dough – Tenant Buildout

Bar Dough opened in 2015 in Denver’s hip LoHi neighborhood. Helmed by a locally renowned chef, the Italian kitchen serves “upscale” wood-fired pizza and house made pasta. To create fully modern facilities and the proper ambience, the existing building, a converted mini-market was demolished down to two walls and a roof. Essentially a ground up design and build, the new restaurant building now includes a partial second story and doubles the original square footage. 360 Engineering designed all new plumbing and mechanical systems, including a dedicated exhaust system for the wood-fired oven, along with carefully placed exterior ductwork and roof top units to accommodate the design integrity and a clear view from the skylight.

Phantom Canyon Brewing – Remodel

Phantom Canyon Brewing Company is located in downtown Colorado Springs, in the historic 1901 Cheyenne Building. For the client’s banquet space remodel, 360 Engineering completed work in two phases. First, initial site observations reviewed existing conditions of the building’s mechanical and plumbing systems. Based on the findings, new mechanical system designs were completed, including plumbing upgrades, adding a new exhaust fan for the restrooms, adding a new fireplace vent and piping, and developing performance specifications for the fire protection system.

Sloans Lake Tap & Burger – Interior Buildout

Sloans Lake Tap and Burger is one of several restaurants located in a new mixed-use commercial building complex.  As part of an interior build-out, 360 Engineering designed the complete mechanical system. This entailed HVAC and plumbing for the commercial kitchen and public seating areas and restrooms, as well as natural gas piping for all mechanical, plumbing, and kitchen equipment.