Cuyahoga Community College

Westshore Phase II ASHRAE

Project Overview

Heapy is providing LEED Enhanced Commissioning for the Westshore Phase II Expansion project. The existing 2011 Westshore Campus Building consists of two occupied floors plus a partial third floor with mechanical spaces, totaling 80,000 gross square feet.

This project provides a new three-story 85,000 gross square foot building for classrooms, laboratories, faculty offices, program and administrative support, food service, and public space. Additionally, approximately 15,000 SF of the existing building will be reorganized, repurposed, and renovated to enhance functionality.

The following building systems will be commissioned:

HVAC Systems
Air Handling Units
DOAS/Make Up Air Unit
Air Terminal Units
Unitary Heaters
Exhaust Fans – General
Air Curtains
CRAC/Elevator Machine Room Units
Water Cooled Chiller
Chilled Water Pumps
Condenser Water Pumps
HW Boilers – High Efficiency Condensing
HW Pumps
DDC Controls & Integration
Fume Hoods with Monitors

Plumbing Systems
Domestic Hot Water System
Domestic Hot Water Recirculation Pump
Plumbing Fixture Validation

Electrical Systems
Interior and Exterior Lighting Control Systems
Motor Control Centers
Main Distribution Equipment Thermography
Distribution Panels
Low Voltage Switch Gear
Branch Circuits – Automatic Receptacle Control Circuits
Emergency Generator
Automatic Transfer Switches

Fire Protection Systems
Fire Alarm Systems
Kitchen Equipment
Kitchen Hood

Building Envelope

Thought Content

Planning for the New Normal
Plumbing Systems Re-Occupancy and Ongoing Operations

Your building may have been shut down these past many months due to WFH/COVID. Minimal use of your building’s water systems creates stagnant water in your plumbing system piping and equipment, which promotes the growth of Legionella and/or other biofilm-associated bacteria. This places your building occupants at risk when re-occupancy occurs. Now is the time to develop and implement a safe and effective Water Management Plan to protect your building occupants, maximizing their health and safety upon re-occupancy.

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