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A nine story parking deck for 1,300 vehicles, including ground floor space for a 11,700 ton central refrigeration plant and 8.4 MW emergency power plant with expansion capabilities to 19,500 tons and 14 MW. The plant is designed to serve the Miller School of Medicine. Because of the critical nature of the utilities, the major system components and
Architect: SchenkelShultz Architecture, Inc.
A one story central utility plant housing electrical, chilled water, steam and fire protection, serving a 170,000 square foot state regional medical center and a 150,000 square foot mental health facility. The electrical area of the central plant includes the utility power company feed, distribution switchgear, and four 1,600kW emergency/standby diesel/natural gas engine-generator sets. The plant also includes three 1,000 ton centrifugal chillers and space for a fourth 1,000 ton unit, along with all pumps, as well as 12 cooling tower cells located on the roof. The entire plant is controlled and monitored by a new central computer based control system.
Architect: ASD | SKY
This 14,000 square foot central plant supports the first five buildings on the Heritage Oaks Campus. The plant provides chilled water, normal and emergency power, and fire protection water services. It contains a multiple, VFD fan cooling tower, and water-cooled 0.52kw/ton centrifugal chillers that stage as the campus load varies. The 12,400V emergency generator plant provides standby power for the entire campus with a minimum five day emergency fuel supply in below grade, double wall fuel tanks. A building UPS system provides temporary power until the operating generators stabilize.
A multiphase/multicomponent complex comprising a 75,000 square foot office building (Building 20); a
A one story central utility plant housing electrical, chilled water, steam and fire protection,
Central chilled water plant to serve a majority of the buildings on the 450 acre main campus. The
The 14,000 square foot Central Energy Plant 1 supports the Navy Federal Credit Union’s first
Commissioning of three 2.8 MW engine-generator sets and associated paralleling switchgear.