As sub-consultants to Hord Coplan Macht Architects and Landscape Architects, L.S. Grim Consulting Engineers was responsible for all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing issues associated with the design of the Garden of Remembrance project. The project consists of several phases. Phase One was the initial site development plan. L.S. Grim’s responsibility was in coordination with the power company and developing a proposed building demand loads so that the power company could coordinate the entrance of the power into the site and the location of various transformers to serve the future chapel structure, the maintenance facility, and the general lighting and gated entrance. Under Phase One, L.S. Grim assisted the site engineer and the landscape architect in the utilities demands and needs for the various proposed uses on the site. We assisted them with code interpretation and assessment of their options. Phase Two consisted of the construction of a maintenance and office facility. It is approximately 3,000 square feet and houses the sales office for the memorial park as well as the lawn maintenance equipment for the facility. Under Phase Three, we are currently in the design of the memorial chapel for the site. The chapel is an ornate structure with seating for approximately 300. Within the building, there will be sales offices as well as a proposed mortuary. L.S. Grim was responsible for all the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing issues associated with the various phases of the project.