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Commercial

West Plains Engineering has provided mechanical and electrical design services for a variety of commercial development projects, including office buildings, retail centers and multipurpose complexes. Our work has included feasibility studies, expansions, remodels and new construction, as well as parking lot lighting, fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems and HVAC systems.

 

The two-story, 27,000 square foot Basko Building is the home of the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission. The facility consists of record keeping, hearing rooms and building support facilities on the ground floor, and administrative offices on the second floor. The building was the first to be constructed in ...
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West Plains Engineering provided mechanical and electrical design services for a motorcycle showroom/retail area, service/shop area and storage area for a new Harley Davidson dealership in Rapid City, South Dakota, located just 20 minutes from the heart of Harley country in Sturgis. The new showroom/retail Area was in excess of ...
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West Plains Engineering provided mechanical and electrical engineering design for a new 104,000 square foot, four-story headquarters for CarsForSale.com, a web-based automotive sales company. This project utilized an UFAD (underfloor air distribution) mechanical system that was designed to be variable volume.Variable volume raised floor diffusers with integral heating coils were utilized ...
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Knology (originally Black Hills Fibercom) is a retail telecommunications company serving the Black Hills area of western South Dakota. The company provides telephone, internet and cable TV services to businesses and residences. Their distribution system consists of a fiber optic backbone connecting hub locations throughout the service area. From these ...
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In 2009, a new multi-million dollar office was built in Pierre, S.D. to house the South Dakota Housing Development Authority, which seeks to provide decent, safe and affordable housing to low and moderate income South Dakotans. This project was designed in accordance with LEED certification requirements, which included a ventilation ...
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This project was a new 54,000 square foot, three-story office building to house multiple business entities of the VGM Company, which serves the home medical equipment and rehabilitation technology industries. This is the third building on the complex and all are interconnected. Unique features of the design include a two-story ...
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