Completely gutted and remodeled, this 1960’s vintage building more than doubled its energy efficiency, while improving temperature and ventilation control and reducing mechanical space by converting to a water-source VRF. This project included classrooms, auditoriums, conference rooms and private offices that all needed independent temperature control. The mechanical system included a water source variable refrigerant flow system and allows energy to be traded between different space types which saves energy. Ventilation includes an energy recovery air handler that maximizes energy use while providing required ventilation for occupants.
Weber State University
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