UVM – STEM Complex | Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System

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Project Name: University of Vermont STEM Complex
 Architect: Freeman, French & Freeman, Inc.
Mechanical Engineer: BR + A Consulting Engineers
Mechanical Contractor: VHV Company
Equipment: OA Intake and EA Discharge Plenums
Manufacturer: Konvenkta,
Size: 148,300 CFM
DAC Sales Engineer: Brad Carpenter

Project Overview:

The University of Vermont’s $104 million investment in a new Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Complex, will feature the design and development of state-of-the-art 21st century learning and research facilities, with the goal of attracting and retaining world-class students and faculty.

Sustainable building design standards include a commitment to LEED Silver certification or better, for
the more than 250,000 square feet of new construction and renovation projects. The integration of Konvekta‘s intelligent, highly efficient, energy recovery system into the design of the STEM Complex heating and cooling systems has proven to be a critical element in achievin
g the high efficiency standards necessary for the development of the state-of-the-art STEM facilities.  Read more

The system at the the University of Vermont was supplied by Konvekta and incorporates their glycol heat recovery units WHAT GOES HERE .  The design WRITE MORE HERE

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