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Growth and CUP Renewal at Denver International Airport

06-30-2017 13:04

Summary

Denver International Airport is experiencing significant and long-term growth that will translate in a 90% increase in overall facility needs by 2035. In the face of this growth and with the original central plant assets nearing the end of their useful life, the airport embarked on a detailed utility master plan as well as the subsequent design and construction projects to renew the chilled and hot water systems. The real challenge? Executing and phasing these major projects within the central utility plant while maintaining stable and uninterrupted service to the airport.  

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Jeffrey Easton, Burns & McDonnell

Haven Cassidy, Denver International Airport



#ChilledWater #ConferenceProceeding #AnnualConference #2017 #HotWater #Colorado #NorthAmerica #Optimization #UnitedStates #BurnsandMcDonnell #DenverInternationalAirport #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #Denver

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Jeffrey Easton, Burns & McDonnell Haven Cassidy, Denver International Airport