The Vernon Hamlets is a two-phase development with assisted living, residential care, and much more. The site will be operated by H&H Total Care Services. You can click here to read more about the Hamlets at Vernon. Delta-T Consultants provided the mechanical engineering for this 6-storey and 10-storey development. Design included fire protection systems, building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), and the plumbing systems. The building is currently under phase 1 construction.
Delta-T is excited to be providing the mechanical design for the new day lodge near the Black Forest lift at Big White. Construction is underway and the lodge will be open in December of 2015. We are excited to try it out ourselves. Delta-T provided design for the HVAC, plumbing, and fire suppression systems of the building.
Delta-T is proud to partner with DiStefano Architecture, ICS Engineering, and ROV Consulting to design an expansion to the Vernon Recreation Centre. Delta-T Consultants is providing the mechanical engineering for the expansion including the HVAC design, plumbing system design, and modifications to the building fire sprinkler system. Read more about the expansion on the City of Vernon Website.
A new fantastic seafood restaurant is town is the Pilgrim and Pearl located in the Prestige Hotel in Kelowna, BC. Delta-T had the privilege of providing the mechanical engineering required for the commercial kitchen. You should check out this beautiful establishment. An roof-mounted up-blast exhaust fan provided the necessary exhaust and an existing makeup air unit was modified to ensure proper building pressurization. A wet chemical fire suppression system for the range hood provides peaces of mind in case of an emergency.
Davidson Orchards Country Village is a family-run farm and a fantastic place to visit. Check out their website here. The village is open everyday from May 1st to October 31st. Delta-T recently provided the mechanical engineering for their new commercial kitchen. An NFPA 96 range hood was connected to an roof-mounted up-blast exhaust fan. The exhaust ducting passed through several floors and so a fire-rated shaft was required to ensure occupant safety. Fresh air was drawing through a roof mounted supply fan.