FXB Engineering MEP


FXB provided MEP design services for shell design for this “Main Street” style shopping center.  This shopping center is made up of approximately 500,000 SF of retail and food service space.  FXB also provided MEP services for numerous tenant fit-outs including Marshalls, Staples, Five Below and Chubby Balboa’s Sports Bar & Grille.

US Route 1 and Route 322
Glen Mills, Pennsylvania 19342

• Project Size: +/- 538,160 square feet
• Anchor Retailers: Target, Home Depot, Marshalls/ Home Goods, ACME, Petsmart
• Regional Center

FXB Engineering MEP


FXB has completed several engineering design projects for this Newtown Square campus.

FXB Engineering MEP


Shopping Centers Spotlight Retail Design Competition FIRST PLACE WINNER
Owner/Developer category, Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal

MEP shell design and tenant fit-out designs for this 750,000 SF shopping center. This “Main Street” style shopping center consists of 32 buildings of retail and food service space. MEP design services included Best Buy, Dicks, DSW Shoes, Raymour & Flanigan, Michaels, Staples, and many others. FXB also provided design services for the site utilities.

FXB Engineering MEP


FXB provided MEP design services and site utility design for this 100,000 SF retail shopping center.

FXB Engineering MEP


FXB provided design, equipment procurement, and construction supervision and commissioning services for a new 35-4.16kV substation, which included a 2500kW diesel generator, and 5kV switchgear for distribution to this 30+ building, 850 acre high school campus.  FXB also performed a short circuit, coordination, and arc flash study for entire campus.

FXB Engineering MEP


FXB Engineering Announces Implementation of a Solar Generating Plant for St. Thomas, USVI that will provide up to 5% of the Islands Energy Source

FXB Engineering provides high level of reliability on VIWAPA’s transmission systems for generation resources.

FXB Engineering, a leading provider of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection engineering services, promotes our continued engineering services provided to The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority. “FXB implemented a new 34.5kV Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) substation located in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) to tie in the 5 MW of solar power into the utility companies transmission system. We are excited to be a part of this project. The newly installed solar farm will provide 4-5% of St Thomas’s current base load capacity during daylight hours. FXB provided a robust double bus 34.5kV GIS design with primary and backup protection for the transmission lines in order to maintain a high level of reliability on VIWAPA’s transmission system,” states Peter J. Bonnes, President at FXB Engineering.

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority and Main Street Power Company hosted the dedication ceremonies last month for the new solar power generation plant in Estate Donoe on St. Thomas. The new facility was tested and peaked at 4.2MW. WAPA chief executive officer and executive director Hugo V. Hodge, Jr. said the addition of the solar farm and a similar installation on St. Croix, which was dedicated in 2014, continues the authority’s effort to diversify its generation resources. For more information see article: Electrical Construction and Maintenance, March 12, 2015, WAPA, Main Street Power and Morgan Stanley Commission Solar Photovoltaic Project.