North Carolina Research Campus: Central Energy Plant

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The Central Energy Plant was constructed with LEED certification requirements incorporated. The building consists of cooling towers, chillers, boilers, pumps, generators and associated gear / piping, which will service the entire North Carolina Research Campus with hot and chilled water. The plant also provides emergency electric for the Core Lab Building only. The 20,000 square foot building is a steel and masonry structure with brick façade accented with cast stone. The mechanical/electrical system components included in this project are: Four 2,100 Ton Chillers; Ten Cooling Towers; Three 600 HP Boilers; One 150 HP Boiler; and Two 1,825 KW Diesel Engine Generator Sets.

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