Newport Harbor Yacht Club
Newport Beach, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Steve Neimeister
COMPLETION DATE
November 30, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Hospitality

The Newport Harbor Yacht Club project is a 23,163 square foot two-story building replacing the existing building located on 720 West Bay Avenue in Newport Beach, California. tk1sc provided full-service engineering /consulting services for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Low Voltage systems on the various space functions that include offices and conference rooms, bar, lounge, dining area, ballroom, library, locker, and showers. We also provided architectural lighting design services by our boutique lighting team, StudioK1.

Plumbing Solutions: We designed the plumbing systems for the clubhouse to meet the requirements of the yacht club's published design guidelines and performance criteria, as well as the latest applicable building codes. A building located on the beach and entirely constructed over the shoreline presented a range of plumbing challenges, including potential sand movement and soil settlement. Underground piping systems were reinforced with stainless steel rods and hangers embedded in the concrete building slab to provide the piping with the support needed to combat future natural erosion. Ensuring client expectations were met on the building's interior, an alluring blend of high-end bathroom faucets and fixtures were selected to integrate with the architectural design while still maintaining low-flow water sustainability compliance.

Lighting Design Solutions: The Newport Harbor Yacht Club had been in the same picturesque clubhouse for the past 100 years, creating the legacy of the area's oldest yacht club. Outgrowing the aging space, the club decided to demolish the existing building and build a reimagined modern-day clubhouse that captures the spirit of the original by utilizing familiar materials, colors, and forms. The most familiar piece for members is the original bar that was dismantled and reassembled in the new space, the new lighting illuminating the vibrant wood into a gorgeous line of light. The warm white lighting of the building's interior creates a glowing lantern that faces out to yachters traveling through Newport Harbor. The lighting fixtures were craftily selected for each of the spaces to match the scale, the residential feel and harken back to the original club character. Overcoming the challenges of a fixed budget and the restrictions of building in the coastal city meant that all choices for the clubhouse had to be carefully vetted. The design team provided the owner value-conscious equipment selections and even, at times, alternate solutions to the problems that could maintain the project's budget. Delivering a variety of rooms that all function day and night meant that flexibility was paramount to the owner, and the design elements reflected this. Warm dimming LED downlights throughout the building are paired with timeless decorative fixtures and even some gas lamps to tie the modern era together with the past. A central dimming system allows the spaces to adapt throughout the day to the user's preferences or any of the club hosts' special events.

PROJECT TEAM:
Steve Neimeister
Eileen Thomas
Richard Brysacz
Images Courtesy of
Brad Nelson
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PROJECT LEADER
Steve Neimeister
COMPLETION DATE
November 30, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Hospitality

The Newport Harbor Yacht Club project is a 23,163 square foot two-story building replacing the existing building located on 720 West Bay Avenue in Newport Beach, California. tk1sc provided full-service engineering /consulting services for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Low Voltage systems on the various space functions that include offices and conference rooms, bar, lounge, dining area, ballroom, library, locker, and showers. We also provided architectural lighting design services by our boutique lighting team, StudioK1.

Plumbing Solutions: We designed the plumbing systems for the clubhouse to meet the requirements of the yacht club's published design guidelines and performance criteria, as well as the latest applicable building codes. A building located on the beach and entirely constructed over the shoreline presented a range of plumbing challenges, including potential sand movement and soil settlement. Underground piping systems were reinforced with stainless steel rods and hangers embedded in the concrete building slab to provide the piping with the support needed to combat future natural erosion. Ensuring client expectations were met on the building's interior, an alluring blend of high-end bathroom faucets and fixtures were selected to integrate with the architectural design while still maintaining low-flow water sustainability compliance.

Lighting Design Solutions: The Newport Harbor Yacht Club had been in the same picturesque clubhouse for the past 100 years, creating the legacy of the area's oldest yacht club. Outgrowing the aging space, the club decided to demolish the existing building and build a reimagined modern-day clubhouse that captures the spirit of the original by utilizing familiar materials, colors, and forms. The most familiar piece for members is the original bar that was dismantled and reassembled in the new space, the new lighting illuminating the vibrant wood into a gorgeous line of light. The warm white lighting of the building's interior creates a glowing lantern that faces out to yachters traveling through Newport Harbor. The lighting fixtures were craftily selected for each of the spaces to match the scale, the residential feel and harken back to the original club character. Overcoming the challenges of a fixed budget and the restrictions of building in the coastal city meant that all choices for the clubhouse had to be carefully vetted. The design team provided the owner value-conscious equipment selections and even, at times, alternate solutions to the problems that could maintain the project's budget. Delivering a variety of rooms that all function day and night meant that flexibility was paramount to the owner, and the design elements reflected this. Warm dimming LED downlights throughout the building are paired with timeless decorative fixtures and even some gas lamps to tie the modern era together with the past. A central dimming system allows the spaces to adapt throughout the day to the user's preferences or any of the club hosts' special events.

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Newport Harbor Yacht Club
Newport Beach, CA
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Newport Harbor Yacht Club
PROJECT LEADER
Steve Neimeister
COMPLETION DATE
November 30, 2018
CLIENT
MVE & Partners, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Hospitality

The Newport Harbor Yacht Club project is a 23,163 square foot two-story building replacing the existing building located on 720 West Bay Avenue in Newport Beach, California. tk1sc provided full-service engineering /consulting services for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Low Voltage systems on the various space functions that include offices and conference rooms, bar, lounge, dining area, ballroom, library, locker, and showers. We also provided architectural lighting design services by our boutique lighting team, StudioK1.

Plumbing Solutions: We designed the plumbing systems for the clubhouse to meet the requirements of the yacht club's published design guidelines and performance criteria, as well as the latest applicable building codes. A building located on the beach and entirely constructed over the shoreline presented a range of plumbing challenges, including potential sand movement and soil settlement. Underground piping systems were reinforced with stainless steel rods and hangers embedded in the concrete building slab to provide the piping with the support needed to combat future natural erosion. Ensuring client expectations were met on the building's interior, an alluring blend of high-end bathroom faucets and fixtures were selected to integrate with the architectural design while still maintaining low-flow water sustainability compliance.

Lighting Design Solutions: The Newport Harbor Yacht Club had been in the same picturesque clubhouse for the past 100 years, creating the legacy of the area's oldest yacht club. Outgrowing the aging space, the club decided to demolish the existing building and build a reimagined modern-day clubhouse that captures the spirit of the original by utilizing familiar materials, colors, and forms. The most familiar piece for members is the original bar that was dismantled and reassembled in the new space, the new lighting illuminating the vibrant wood into a gorgeous line of light. The warm white lighting of the building's interior creates a glowing lantern that faces out to yachters traveling through Newport Harbor. The lighting fixtures were craftily selected for each of the spaces to match the scale, the residential feel and harken back to the original club character. Overcoming the challenges of a fixed budget and the restrictions of building in the coastal city meant that all choices for the clubhouse had to be carefully vetted. The design team provided the owner value-conscious equipment selections and even, at times, alternate solutions to the problems that could maintain the project's budget. Delivering a variety of rooms that all function day and night meant that flexibility was paramount to the owner, and the design elements reflected this. Warm dimming LED downlights throughout the building are paired with timeless decorative fixtures and even some gas lamps to tie the modern era together with the past. A central dimming system allows the spaces to adapt throughout the day to the user's preferences or any of the club hosts' special events.

PROJECT TEAM:
Steve Neimeister
Eileen Thomas
Richard Brysacz
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Newport Harbor Yacht Club

Client

MVE & Partners, Inc.
Location
Newport Beach, CA

The Newport Harbor Yacht Club project is a 23,163 square foot two-story building replacing the existing building located on 720 West Bay Avenue in Newport Beach, California. tk1sc provided full-service engineering /consulting services for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Low Voltage systems on the various space functions that include offices and conference rooms, bar, lounge, dining area, ballroom, library, locker, and showers. We also provided architectural lighting design services by our boutique lighting team, StudioK1.

Plumbing Solutions: We designed the plumbing systems for the clubhouse to meet the requirements of the yacht club's published design guidelines and performance criteria, as well as the latest applicable building codes. A building located on the beach and entirely constructed over the shoreline presented a range of plumbing challenges, including potential sand movement and soil settlement. Underground piping systems were reinforced with stainless steel rods and hangers embedded in the concrete building slab to provide the piping with the support needed to combat future natural erosion. Ensuring client expectations were met on the building's interior, an alluring blend of high-end bathroom faucets and fixtures were selected to integrate with the architectural design while still maintaining low-flow water sustainability compliance.

Lighting Design Solutions: The Newport Harbor Yacht Club had been in the same picturesque clubhouse for the past 100 years, creating the legacy of the area's oldest yacht club. Outgrowing the aging space, the club decided to demolish the existing building and build a reimagined modern-day clubhouse that captures the spirit of the original by utilizing familiar materials, colors, and forms. The most familiar piece for members is the original bar that was dismantled and reassembled in the new space, the new lighting illuminating the vibrant wood into a gorgeous line of light. The warm white lighting of the building's interior creates a glowing lantern that faces out to yachters traveling through Newport Harbor. The lighting fixtures were craftily selected for each of the spaces to match the scale, the residential feel and harken back to the original club character. Overcoming the challenges of a fixed budget and the restrictions of building in the coastal city meant that all choices for the clubhouse had to be carefully vetted. The design team provided the owner value-conscious equipment selections and even, at times, alternate solutions to the problems that could maintain the project's budget. Delivering a variety of rooms that all function day and night meant that flexibility was paramount to the owner, and the design elements reflected this. Warm dimming LED downlights throughout the building are paired with timeless decorative fixtures and even some gas lamps to tie the modern era together with the past. A central dimming system allows the spaces to adapt throughout the day to the user's preferences or any of the club hosts' special events.

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