World-Wide Campus for Sports
BVH has engineered numerous building and site improvement projects on the vast campus of ESPN, the world-wide sports TV entertainment network. Our portfolio includes:
We provided full site engineering design for Building 12, a $20-million, four-story office building with 350 parking spaces. Our work included electric, telecommunications, domestic water, fire protection and sanitary to the building and the surrounding grading, drainage, roadway and walkway design.
We performed engineering design for the utilities and the site work for Building 4, a three-story administrative and welcoming building for ESPN visitors, as well as for the new “campus green” in the heart of west campus. BVH’s scope of services included electric, telecommunications, domestic water, fire protection and sanitary, as well as the surrounding grading, drainage, roadway and walkway design.
The dining facility expansion created an area that can be opened to the exterior in warmer climates. The expansion is adjacent to a new outdoor dining plaza.
BVH was the design engineer for the site work, grading, storm drainage and site utilities for the 10,000-SF Central Emergency Generator Facility 2, built to accommodate ESPN’s growing program space. The site utilities included extensive electrical interconnections between CL&P and ESPN’s existing Central Emergency Generator Facility, as well as telecommunications, domestic water, fire protection and sanitary.
We have designed 1,250 new parking spaces to accommodate ESPN’s ongoing expansion.
As part of ESPN’s Master Plan, BVH converted a street into pedestrian space that bisects the east and west campus. Our scope extended the town roadway, created a cul-de-sac, and designed an infrastructure system for the undergrounding of electric, telephone and cable utilities.