IDCS realizes that our responsibilities do not stop at the end of design, they continue into construction via Construction Services. We have extensive experience in all aspects of construction services; shop drawing reviews, site visits, RFI responses, Construction Meetings, Factory Acceptance Testing, Commissioning Punch-Lists and As-Built Drawings. We are proficient in several different construction management software types used by our various Clients.
The South Water Purification Plant project includes the installation of generators with paralleling switchgear in a permanent structure to provide emergency power for the plant to the Main 2300V Switchgear. IDCS served as a resident for the Electrical scope of the construction
Intelligent Design & Construction Solutions, LLC was hired by the City of Evanston for the Evanston Water Utility SCADA Improvements Project.
Intelligent Design and Construction Solutions, LLC completed the design for the instrumentation and control of the revised disinfection systems at the Lemay Wastewater Treatment Plant.
IDCS provided design services for I&C and communications for Lemay Pump Station 1 switchgear and VFD replacement which included engineering evaluations, preparation of contract drawings and specifications.
IDCS was selected to participate as a sub-consultant to Greeley & Hansen for the project to add ultraviolet disinfection facilities to the Terrence J. O’Brien (North Side) Water Reclamation Plant.
IDCS was contracted to perform Electrical Engineering Construction Services during the construction portion of the JWPP/SWPP Emergency Paging System Upgrades Project.
Tyndall AFB Medical Center is a 50,000 square foot building contained over 70 distribution panels in various stages of life, as well as 30 transformers. The scope of this project was to update and eliminate panels and transformers where possible and create a new efficient electrical distribution system.
IDCS was retained by KJWW to provide the electrical design for the replacement of two electric chillers at the Cummins Life Science Center on the University of Chicago Campus. The work included new 4160V feeds, and starters for the 1,020-ton chillers.
IDCS completed the Electrical and Instrumentation design for a new wastewater treatment facility for the treatment of contaminated groundwater, as well as the associated new Administration and Maintenance Buildings.
IDCS was selected to participate as a sub-consultant to CH2M Hill for the Lemont Water Reclamation Plant Wet Weather Treatment Facility (WWTF) upgrades project. This is a multi-phased project which includes the installation of a 5MG wet weather reservoir for storage of the initial excess flow, and the installation of a wet weather treatment facility which provides primary treatment and disinfection for flows above treatment and storage capacity.
The Consent Decree requires increasing influent pumping capacity to the Lemay WWTP to 340mgd by December 31, 2015. The District's preferred alternative for providing additional pumping capacity is to design a second (redundant) force main from Lemay Pump Station No. 1 to the Lemay WWTP.
Lower Meramec WWTP is one of several MSD treatment facilities that have been modified to include disinfection. Lower Meramec's Disinfection included a chemical disinfection process and IDCS was the lead designer for the instrumentation and controls.
Intelligent Design and Construction Services, LLC worked with the Joint Venture Team of M&E/CDM to provide electrical support services for the design of the new Preliminary Tanks and all support facilities.
Intelligent Design and Construction Services, LLC was a subcontractor providing electrical, instrumentation and CAD services during construction.
This project encompasses a largely electrical scope with some minor civil, structural, and architectural scope. This project is anticipated to last approximately 40 months total, including one month of mobilization and one month of demobilization.
The Chicago Department of Water Management (CDWM) and AECOM developed energy saving solutions for converting the Springfield Avenue Pump Station from steam to electric power. This conversion process is estimated to have saved 17,000 tons in CO2 emissions.
The project was a complete study and rehabilitation of a major pump station serving the Upper Des Plaines River service area, and installation and control of a bypass to the TARP System to accommodate emergency events. IDCS was responsible for all Electrical and Instrumentation studies, as well as design and construction services on this major project.
Division XI is a state of the art 640,000 square foot, medium-security facility. Consisting of central core surrounded by four housing PODS, Division XI can house 1,536 male detainees.
The Plano Wastewater Treatment Plant was being expanded in capacity to allow for home development in the area. IDCS was retained to furnish electrical & control/instrumentation engineering for this expansion. The electric service was upgraded from 400A to 2000A, with a completely revised plant distribution system.
Complete Electrical and Control design for the addition of an Emergency Pump Station and improvements to the plant effluent for the Fox Metro Water Reclamation District Wastewater Treatment Plant.