O’Brien Middle School

Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers recently attended the Groundbreaking Ceremony for our new O’Brien Middle School (OMS) project. This brand new three-story building is being constructed on the existing OMS athletic fields and is slated to open in August 2022. The mechanical system in the new OMS consists of a ground coupled geothermal exchange bore field that serves six-pipe heat pump chillers which produce heating hot water and chilled water to serve chilled water air handling units with VAV reheat throughout the facility. The new air handling units are 100% outside air units, which will help indoor air quality throughout the new building.

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East Valley Elementary School

East Valley Elementary School

East Valley Elementary School Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers is proud to have provided our mechanical and plumbing design expertise to support the 10 classroom addition at East Valley Elementary School in Fernley, Nevada. The new addition included upgrades...

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Michael Inskeep Elementary School

Michael Inskeep Elementary School

Michael Inskeep Elementary School Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers is proud to have been a part of the design team for this new elementary school in Cold Springs, Nevada.  This new $47.7 Million, 745-student elementary school has a ground source heat pump...

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Alison CE: WIS

Alison CE: WIS

Alison CE: WIS Alison is the newest volunteer member of the Career Explorations: Women In Stem committee through the Nevada Career Studio, part of the Student Services Division of the University of Nevada.  This organization consists a group of female professionals...

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ASHRAE Clay Shoot

ASHRAE Clay Shoot

ASHRAE Clay Shoot Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers teamed up with RSAnalysis to participate in the 18th Annual Sporting Clays Event hosted by the Northern Nevada Chapter of ASHRAE.  The event was hosted at the Carson Valley Clays facility in Gardnerville.  A...

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Reno parking garage becomes pandemic care space

Reno parking garage becomes pandemic care space

Reno parking garage becomes pandemic care space It’s another Monday morning meeting as you settle in with a cup of coffee, chit chat about your weekend and focus on the agenda as your week begins. Wait. You want to do what? You want to do it by when? Such was the...

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Case Studies: Renown Health

Case Studies: Renown Health

Case Studies: Renown Health Blueprint Magazine recently published a case study featuring one of our longest standing clients and partners, Renown Health.  This article focuses on Chris Baker, the director of facilities engineering, and the effort to turn a parking...

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Cheers Mobile Pub

Cheers Mobile Pub

Cheers Mobile Pub Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers enlisted the help of our favorite mobile bartenders to deliver some fun and beverages to our team for National Employee Appreciation Day.  Cheers Mobile Pub took over our North parking lot for an afternoon...

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Procter R. Hug High School Topping Out Ceremony

Procter R. Hug High School Topping Out Ceremony

Procter R. Hug High School Topping Out Ceremony Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers recently attended the Topping Out Ceremony for the new Proctor R. Hug High School in Sparks, NV.  With a capacity of 2,200 students, this is the first new High School in the...

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2020 Kirk T. Mescher Award

2020 Kirk T. Mescher Award

2020 Kirk T. Mescher Award In recognition of her work in designing energy efficient ground loop systems, Alison Hall has been awarded the 2020 Kirk T. Mescher Award. Ms. Lisa Meline, Fellow Member ASHRAE, represented TC 6.8, Geothermal Heat Pump and Energy Recovery...

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2021 Wild Sheep Foundation Sporting Clays Shoot

2021 Wild Sheep Foundation Sporting Clays Shoot

2021 Wild Sheep Foundation Sporting Clays Shoot Ainsworth Associates Mechanical Engineers was proud to participate in the 2021 Wild Sheep Foundation Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Gun Club in Carson City. Beautiful weather made this event even more...

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