A new 30,000 SF, three-story School of Nursing is complete with state-of-the-art teaching laboratories, classrooms, and administration areas. Originally, the project was designed to have the third floor as a shell space, but after further analysis, a fit-out was designed during construction, so that the entire building would be complete.
The campus' chilled water and steam lines were extended to the building, which included relocating some steam lines in the area where the building was built. The chilled water distribution pumps were designed to circulate the water to the building air handling units. Steam to heating exchangers were designed to generate the hot water for the building and then the heating water distribution pumps were designed to circulate water throughout the building.
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