A multiphase/multicomponent complex comprising a 75,000 square foot office building (Building 20); a 17,000 square foot transshipping building (Building 34); a 13,500 square foot substation building (Building 43); a 9,800 square foot addition to Building 10; and upgrades to the campus chilled water distribution, fuel oil distribution, and electrical distribution systems. Building 20 includes an integrated facility management control center, security control room, lifestyle fitness center, and offices for facility engineering, facility planning, and project management. Building 34 includes recycling and storage areas, and loading docks. The Building 10 addition houses three 2,250 kW generator sets and four 2,000 kW generator sets to provide the campus with a reliable source of standby power. The chilled water upgrades include conversion to a campus-wide distributed secondary pumping system, chiller and boiler capacity upgrades, and plans for a future three million gallon chilled water storage tank. The campus electrical distribution includes redundant 5 kV building feeders throughout the campus and integrates power transfer and control of engine-generators at multiple locations to provide 2N redundancy across a 15 megawatt system. Sustainable features incorporated into the building include bicycle storage, shower facilities, stormwater fixtures, energy recovery exhaust systems, variable volume air distribution systems, and indoor air quality monitoring.
Chilled water and steam system upgrades include conversion to a campus-wide distributed secondary pumping system, interconnection of two central chiller plants (total 26,000 tons), and plans for a future three million gallon thermal energy storage tank using stratified chilled water. Steam upgrades include a condensate transfer system allowing shutdown of one of two boiler plants during periods of light loads. The standby power system integrates power transfer and control of engine-generators at multiple locations to provide N+1 redundancy across the 15 megawatt system. tems, and indoor air quality monitoring.
Replacement of two centrifugal chillers, primary chilled water pumps, condenser water pumps, and
Addition of a chiller plant and building air handling units at Assurant, Inc. to replace aged
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.