Expand the Central Utility Plant's (CUP) steam generation capacity
by installing a new boiler in place of existing boiler B-5.
the CUP's chilled water capacity by installing a new chiller and new cooling
Add a waterside economizer to
the chilled water system to replace the existing system.
Increase t.he capacity of the chilled water filtration system.
Replace the air-conditioning unit serving the main electrical room
with one having larger capacity.
Expand and upgrade the CUP’s electrical system to support the new
equipment and improve redundancy.
Install all new equipment and accessory elements, piping, and
stacks to meet Risk Category IV seismic requirements.
Upgrade the CUP’s structural system to provide Risk Category IV
seismic lateral bracing and diaphragm capacity at existing structure and life
Improve the security of the CUP site at the ATO, gas main entry,
Architect – Bennett Wagner
and Grody Architects (DBA Cannon Design)
M/E/P Engineer – The RMH
Structural Engineer –
Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
Consultant – Power Engineers, Inc.
Cost Consultant - Vermeulens
Group 14 Engineers (pending)
Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC)
for project is James R. Howell & Co., Inc. (DBA Howell Construction)
Gross Square Footage
First Floor 27,197
Second Floor 27,197
Roof 565 GSF
Total 83,287 GSF
(Construction complete, equipment installed and operational)
Pre-Design (Program) August 2018 to
Design (SD-CD): November 2018 to December 2019
Package 1 – Long Lead Equipment Procurement – Released in February 2019
Lead Equipment bids due April 2019
Lead Equipment orders placed June 2019
Construction Documents issued February 2019
Construction Docs (Structural Steel, Chilled Water, Electrical, Architectural)
issued May 2019
Construction Documents (Steam Systems) issued in July 2019
90% Const. Docs (Structural
Steel, Chilled Water, Electrical, Architectural) issued September 2019
Constr. Docs (Structural Steel, Chilled Water, Electrical, Architectural)
issued October 2019
Construction Documents (Steam Systems) issued in November 2019
Construction: November 2019 to December 2020