New Mexico State University Chilled Water System Improvements
The new satellite plant building was initially constructed to house roughly 5,000 tons of chilled water production capacity in the forms of both traditional water chilling-using a centrifugal vapor compression process-and an ice storage system that can be charged with ice overnight (while electricity is cheap), and discharged during the day without the use of a mechanical compression cycle.
- Customer : New Mexico State University
- Project Size : 8,000 linear feet of new piping, 5,000 tons of chilled water / $4,500,000.00
- Scope of Work : Utilities, HVAC, pluming, piping and BIM