The facility was experiencing temperature control issues, which we addressed by converting the HVAC system to a multiple-zone system.

North Carolina State University Primrose Hall

Raleigh, NC

HVAC Upgrades to a Historic University Building

We provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering and construction administration services to modify the existing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in Primrose Hall, which is located on North Carolina State University's (NC State) campus. The project included converting the HVAC system from a single-zone, variable-air-volume (VAV) system to a multiple-zone system in order to correct temperature control issues. The existing chilled water/heating hot water air handling unit was reused and new ductwork, heating hot water piping, and variable air volume terminal boxes were added above the new ceiling.
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  • education
  • institutional
  • Southeast
  • Raleigh
  • State/Local
  • construction administration
  • MEP
  • colleges and universities
  • Higher Education
  • Primrose Hall
  • NC State
  • NCSU
  • North Carolina State University
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Services

  • Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing

Markets

  • Education
  • State/Local
  • Institutional

Regions

  • Southeast
  • education
  • institutional
  • Southeast
  • Raleigh
  • State/Local
  • construction administration
  • MEP
  • colleges and universities
  • Higher Education
  • Primrose Hall
  • NC State
  • NCSU
  • North Carolina State University

Location

Raleigh, NC

Completion Date

2018

Client

North Carolina State University
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