Archives, Libraries, & Museums
Archives, libraries, and museums often pull double duty for the people and institutions that they serve. These environments must be extremely sensitive to protecting and preserving cultural and scientific assets while providing spaces to educate the public. RESPEC has proven experience in delivering innovative solutions to safeguard and appropriately display research, artifacts, and other high-value and irreplaceable collections.
We start by working alongside your team to thoroughly document project goals and requirements. Our engineers use real data to conduct life-cycle cost analyses and energy modeling in support of informed decision-making. We combine these insights with our extensive catalog of best practices to deliver innovative, cost-effective, energy-efficient, and highly specialized solutions.
RESPEC understands the various uses that libraries, archives, and museums must support. Restoration and preservation spaces, offices, and exhibits, as well as public assembly areas, require separate and unique lighting strategies and mechanical controls. Our infrastructure engineers are experts in designing variable environments within facilities. We take a whole-building approach to integrating, optimizing, and fine-tuning mechanical system and lighting requirements. Our holistic philosophy enables our team to seamlessly balance extreme environmental measures with occupant comfort and overall user experience.
Archives, libraries, and museums have a high calling to fulfill. RESPEC helps our clients to answer that calling with high-performance design strategies that maximize efficiencies and reduce costs to improve your bottom line.
RESPEC utilizes a variety of cutting edge technologies to enhance project delivery and add value to the final product. These tools can give our clients a more holistic view of their project than ever before possible, when compared to traditional methodologies.