The boiler room inside a middle school originally built in 1956 was in need of an energy renovation. The school’s existing Cooling and Steam Heating main plant needed an efficient update.
The condition of the existing site was tight, with excessive work heights.
The new cooling system required the installation of 2 - 275 ton Water Cooled Chillers, 4 new CHW Pumps, 2 new Condenser Water Pumps, the refurbishment of the existing 2 BAC Cooling towers, and all new piping.
The heating system renovation consisted of installing 4 – 4,000MBH Steam Boilers, 1 new 1,000gal Stainless Steel Feedwater Tank, new Breaching, and a mile of steam, condensate, gas & vent piping.
Plumbing work included the installation of a completely new UG Sanitary system in the boiler room. A high temp stainless steel sewage ejection system connected to floor drains by cast iron piping, along with a new hot water heater.
MYCO maintained a safe working environment for the duration of the project through the work of a skilled team. We produced an efficient, extremely neatly piped, perfectly functioning system to keep the school’s heating and cooling running smoothly for another sixty-five years.