BxCC Utility Upgrade, Bronx, NY
This $75 million project included removal of existing boilers, chillers, cooling towers, and distribution pumps in the Selective Energy Plant and two stand-alone buildings. The campuses twenty-two existing buildings and one new building received the following: hot and chilled water distributed throughout the campus in approximately 6,000LF of Perma-pipe (4 pipe) utility distribution system, heat exchangers, steam generators, new power distribution, BAS data loop, and campus wide internet. The Selective Energy Plant was converted to a Central Plant.
The two stand-alone buildings received new equipment and are tied into the Central Plant. Several of the old boilers required asbestos abatement of insulation and built-up brick. Replacement equipment encompassed: new energy efficient chillers, cooling towers, steam generators, boilers, and emergency generator.