Miller-Remick was awarded this $5.5 million project is to relocate a Central Utility plant serving a significant portion of the Capitol Complex. The existing plant (the “Mechanical Equipment Room MER”) was originally constructed in a flood zone and has experienced significant flood damage and disruption to State House functions. This project will construct a new MER Central Plant above the 500 year flood elevation and transfer the State House utility functions to the new Central Plant while minimizing disruptions to the operations of the State House. This involves design and installation of new air handlers, heat exchangers hydronic pump stations, electrical substation, elevator machine rooms and all other equipment required to assume the functions of the existing MER. The project requires complex construction phasing, and sensitive Architectural design that integrates the visual screening of the new equipment with a Historically significant structure.