Location: Denver International Airport, Air Traffic Management Tower Base Constructing, Denver, Colo.
This undertaking was carried out at the bottom building of the ATCT at Denver International Airport. The cooling system that was upgraded serves the FAA base constructing and tower and is critical to air security at one among the highest 5 busiest airports within the United States. Coordination with DIA, FAA, and mission staff members was vital for all the work outages. The scope included removing of the existing two chillers, cooling towers, associated piping and pumps, related energy and control system and a distant radiator for the emergency generator. The brand new system included upgrades to the emergency diesel generator for an engine mounted radiator, addition of 3 chillers, cooling towers and the associated piping and pumps. The electrical system was upgraded to help the brand new mechanical tools together with VFD’s, heat trace, disconnects, MCC upgrades and lighting. The management system was upgraded to the latest protocol from Johnson Controls with a whole new head end management system. With a purpose to make room for the cooling tower equipment the structure had concrete and roof decking removed and reworked with new curb. Structural steel was eliminated and reworked to fabricate a brand new structural curtain wall to help the brand new louver system. Concrete gear pads were eliminated and re-poured to accommodate the brand new format. Other parts included drywall, painting, firestopping and sealant set up. All systems had been examined and inspected by FAA personnel.