The University of Vermont recently celebrated the expansion of its central chilled water plant. The plant building itself was constructed in 1901 as a theater and became a gymnasium in 1915. It has served as the central heating and cooling plant for 50 years and now houses five steam boilers, a steam-driven chiller and the newly installed electric chiller. This presentation explores the transformation and adaptive reuse of an historic building into a state-of-the-art facility.
Sal Chiarelli, University of VermontMichael Pelletier, University of VermontBill Mahoney, RMF Engineering
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