Maryland School for the Deaf, Boiler Replacements
Henry Adams provided, as the prime A/E, mechanical and electrical consulting engineering services for the replacement of boilers at two buildings on the Maryland School for the Deaf Campus in Frederick, Maryland. Each building, the Veditz building and Benson Gym, had two boilers.
The project included the redesign of the domestic hot water system that received its heating source from the boilers. The new design separated the domestic water heaters from the boiler system. The project also included circulator pumps, controls, expansion tanks, and breaching modifications to the combustion air make-up were included to meet the requirements of the boilers and associated mechanical equipment room ventilation.
- Calculation of heating requirements for boilers
- Life Cycle Cost Analysis to determine the most efficient boiler type
- Site survey(s)
- Attendance of the Pre-Bid and Pre-Construction meetings
- Review of shop drawings
- Attendance of progress meetings
- Final punch-out
- Record drawings were delivered in Mylar and PDF format
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