The central energy plant serves 12 different buildings and approximately 1,700,000 SF of conditioned spaces. The project reconfigured the central chiller plant with advanced HVAC technologies to support the current and future cooling demands of the campus. The project scope included new three (3) 350hp gas fired (dual fuel) boilers, three (3) new chillers, all new primary and distribution pumps, new electrical gear, an updated control system to re-establish automation in the plant, and a new energy monitoring system to track energy plant efficiency. The water-cooled chillers consist of 3 record breaking 1500 ton high-efficiency magnetic bearing chillers which were the largest on record. Like the chiller portion of the project, three (3) new 350hp high-efficiency boilers are sized to handle the reheat requirements for the entire campus. The upgrades expanded the capacity of the plant to specifically account for a new 350,000 SF patient tower. Moses Engineering managed and coordinated the professional services for this replacement boiler and chilled water system, including: design services (design and construction documents), permit services, bid services, attendance at pre-bid conferences, answering questions from bidders and evaluating bid proposals, and providing construction administration services. Case Study: https://oslo.daikinapplied.com/api/daikindocument/DownloadDocumentByName/Doc100/Daikin_Mt_Sinai_Case_Study_LR.pdf/
OwnerMount Sinai Medical Center
Project Size350,000 sqft.