VA Alexandria: HVAC Renovation

Apogee is the prime contractor for the renovation and replacement of the HVAC system for Building Two (constructed 1923) at the Alexandria, La. VA campus.

The project is split into three phases, allowing for function operations throughout construction to completely overhaul the HVAC system.

The project scope includes, in part:

  • Removal of abandoned systems and the induction units in the ceilings
  • Replacement of entire first floor ceiling system
  • Second and third floor ACT (ceiling tile) removal and replacement as required
  • Enlargement of existing interior vertical shafts for larger ducts
  • New structure installation to support larger floor openings
  • New shaft enclosures
  • Miscellaneous insulation work
  • An added exterior door
  • New miscellaneous architectural finishes
  • Abatement
  • Miscellaneous HVAC piping
  • Steam piping
  • Chilled water pumps
  • Four-pipe FCUs
  • New ERV units
  • Split-system AC units
  • New AHUs
  • Johnson Controls Metasys system (integrated into existing system)
  • Electrical work
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