We design-built a dry cooler system for Columbia University’s Gary C. Comer Geochemistry Building that helps significantly extend the useful life of their chillers.
We delivered a complete, redundant central chilled water plant to help a historic community center lower their energy costs and increase occupant comfort.
We provided a new open-loop cooling tower with pumping stations for a wastewater treatment plant to help them capitalize on waste heat recovery and increase efficiency.
As part of this central chilled water plant upgrade, we installed pumping stations with variable-frequency drives, a building management system, and an enclosed mechanical equipment room.
Our unique solution for cooling a large warehouse helped our client enjoy significant savings and improve employee comfort and productivity.
As part of a multi-phase rigging operation to replace two large absorption chillers in a downtown high-rise, we saved the client money through value engineering and piping prefabrication.
Our innovative Ultraviolet-C lighting system helped improve indoor air quality, reduce maintenance costs, and improve equipment efficiency.
We provided development, construction management, commissioning, and building management system integration as part of a chiller-heater replacement project for the nation’s first “green” residential high-rise.