HHB Engineers, P.C. offers mechanical engineering services to meet the unique and challenging demands of modern HVAC, plumbing, and fire protection systems in the building construction industry.
HHB Engineers were the MEP Engineers of record for the complete renovation of the Vance Federal Building and Courthouse. The building is a historic 178,000 SF five story building located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, constructed in 1921. HHB worked with Quinn Evans Architects based in Washington DC. The project was administered by the GSA and certified LEED Gold v3.
HHB Engineers were MPFP Engineers for the $110M Renovation to Bryant Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama, completed in 2020. The project added premium suites and seating, added multiple clubs, loge boxes, renovated locker and recruiting areas, and more. HHB worked with Davis Architects on this project.
HHB Engineers is currently serving as Prime AE for the $6.8 million dollar project to replace 43 air handling units in this 1850’s era historic structure. The existing units were installed during a 1985 three-year long major renovation that added an additional 8 units while the attic was opened to the 3rd floor. The 1985 renovation/addition resulted in limiting the access to equipment for replacement requiring custom equipment to be fitted into the tight access spaces. The current project includes complex phasing for multiple years to replace and update the equipment with continued occupancy for the duration of the project.
Since 1983, the core of our service philosophy is the recognition that each project is unique and requires a thorough understanding of the building constraints. We focus on anticipating challenges, identifying them, and aggressively working to solve them.