Midtown Center / Fannie Mae HQ

Developer: Carr Properties

General Contractor: Clark Construction

Electrical Contractor: JE Richards

Engineer: Vanderweil Engineers

Architect: SHoP Architects and WDG

Project: Mission critical backup power for the new Fannie Mae HQ and the Midtown Center office building in Washington, DC

Solution: (2) MTU Onsite Energy 2,500 kW Series 4000 diesel gensets and (1) 1,250 kW Series 2000 diesel genset with day tank systems, load bank/generator docking stations, and ASCO paralleling switchgear and automatic transfer switches

Completed: 2018

Mission Critical Backup power for the new Fannie Mae HQ at Midtown Center in Washington, DC

Midtown Center is one of the most anticipated development projects in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Designed by New York-based SHoP Architects, the 865,000 RSF office project features two full-height curtainwall office towers separated by an extraordinary public plaza, which offers clients and pedestrians the opportunity to interact with approximately 50,000 SF of retail at the city’s hottest new central destination. The building serves as Fannie Mae’s new DC headquarters, and will boast stunning suspending bridges connecting the East and West office towers. Amenities are consistent with the building’s first-class LEED Gold construction, and include parking, a fitness center, and rooftop terrace views that provide sprawling views of downtown Washington, DC and its monuments. The fitness center, penthouse building conference center and rooftop terraces provide an unparalleled amenity package that clients will enjoy throughout their occupancy of this building.

 

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