Maryland DGS, Readiness Center Systemic HVAC

Henry Adams was the prime consultant for the HVAC systemic replacement for the 80,000 SF Edgewood National Guard Readiness Center located on the Aberdeen Proving Grounds. The design included the demolition of two rooftop air conditioning units, air distribution systems, two rooftop heating and ventilating units, one oil-fired hot water boiler, domestic hot water heater, automatic temperature controls. Henry Adams designed three rooftop air handling units, one rooftop energy recovery unit, two air cooled chillers and associated chilled water equipment, two oil-fired hot water boilers with a primary/secondary heating water system, boiler room ventilation and combustion air systems and domestic hot water heater. Variable air volume air distribution systems were provided for each of the rooftop air handling units and a low pressure air distribution system was provided with the energy recovery unit. Electrical work supporting the replacement was provided. Ceiling and window lintel removal and replacement, roof work and wall flashing work were coordinated with our architectural consultant. Steel modifications for the new air handling units were coordinated with our structural engineering consultant.

Additional Information:

LocationAberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Completion Date
Construction Value $2,850,000
OwnerMaryland Department of General Services
ArchitectGVA
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