Central Chilled Water and Boiler Plant

Design of a central plant housed in a new separate building to serve the entire campus in Fort Collins. Underground utilities were designed for the distribution to the 8 separate buildings. The new plant was designed to eliminate the use of individual rooftop units. Replacement of the rooftop equipment was part of the project. The first phase is to address 4 of the buildings with future tie-in to the remainder of the campus. Approximately 600 tons and 9,000 MBH.

Ross Hall Chiller Replacement

Replacement of two old Servel absorption chillers with a new scroll type air cooled chiller. Routing of piping from the basement to the roof. Other items included the exhausting of a demonstration fume hood and the rebuilding of an outside air intake for a 35,000 CFM 100% outside air handling unit

Michener Library

Replacement of a 320-ton high temperature hot water absorption chiller. Involved structural input to access below grade location of plant.

Control upgrades to exhaust systems to improve overall air balance in the building.

Assistance on a Program Plan for the facility. Plan was used for procurement of State funds for major renovations.

McKee Hall

Evaluation, design, specification, construction observation services, and proof-of-perfor­mance testing for the removal and replacement of one 300 ton absorption chiller and all accessories for integration into the existing central chilled water plant. Indoor air quality project. Major rebalancing of air handling systems and increases in ventilation air quantities. Controls upgrades.