RGD Provided mechanical, electrical and low voltage engineering services for the Baker Museum Expansion. Major program requirements include additional gallery space, an NC-20 Events space for small musical performances, recitals, banquets, and other functions; an 80- seat educational space, and a new loading dock and marshalling area. Also included is a roof top terrace with food service and a full bar compliments for receptions and impromptu gatherings. Other project components include the complete renovation of the existing courtyard between the existing 1400 seat Hayes Hall and the 250 Seat Daniel’s Pavilion. The new courtyard supports musical events, movies, receptions, pre-function activities, post event parties and other functions. A new first level café was designed to service the courtyard. The existing all glass Figge Conservatory was removed, and a new building entry was designed to serve both existing and additional program space. The building expansion’s HVAC and lighting systems are designed for accreditation and listing by the AAM ( American Association of Museums ) as it relates to Artis Naples securing loaned art exhibits and general accreditation for permanent collections. Low velocity, low noise HVAC systems were designed for entire building addition. Extensive lighting control systems were designed throughout the building, including complete replacement of existing gallery lighting controls. The MEP Infrastructure (chilled water domestic water main, fire main, security, CCTV, access control fire alarm secondary power and building automation) between the Central Energy Plant located in Hayes Hall and the existing Baker Museum were replaced to make way for the expanded museum building footprint. Low voltage systems include voice/data , CCTV, and access control systems integrating all new systems into the existing MDF and the existing central manned security console systems.