New 3,000 Ton Chillers at North Campus Chiller Plant
|Agency:||Pennsylvania State University|
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Oct 6, 2017|
|Due Date:||Oct 31, 2017|
Project consists of building out the existing North Campus Chiller Plant infrastructure to maximize cooling capacity, plant operation, and increase efficiency by the addition of new supplemental equipment. Modifying the existing structure and adding larger doors to enhance access, ease installation, and support the new equipment that includes the following: centrifugal chillers, cooling towers, chilled water pumps, condenser water pumps, replacement and addition of valves, air handling units, heat exchanger, exhaust fans, variable frequency drives, and associated interconnecting piping and ductwork that ties into the existing systems. DDC controls will be provided for all new equipment, connecting to the existing system and the integration of all new equipment into the current building automation system. Electrical power for the Plant will also be increased with the installation of a new transformer and substation, as well as the modification of existing switchgear required to accept the new mechanical equipment. New and supplemental lighting will be added to increase visibility and enhance safety at different levels of the Plant. Lightning protection will be added for all new equipment at the tower level, and grounding will be provided for all new equipment, with both systems tying into the existing plant infrastructure. Installation of the new equipment will require demolition and modification in designated areas. The roofing system will be patched and repaired as required to maintain the current warranty.
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601 Dresher Road, Suite 275, Horsham, PA 19044
120 Delta Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
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