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Middlesex Community College Federal Building HVAC Upgrades, Lowell, Mass.

AEI provided MEP/FP study, design and CA of a roof replacement project. The components include four rooftop units, an indoor air handling unit with an associated exhaust fan, and energy recovery. AEI performed a ventilation analysis and determined building and energy code requirements, then worked with a third-party cost estimator to determine cost of replacement work and all associated MEP/FP work impacted by the changes.

OWNER

Middlesex Community College

CLIENT

CSS Architects

CONSTRUCTION COST

$2M

AEI SERVICES

MEP/FP

PHASES OF DESIGN

Study, Design and CA

SUSTAINABILITY

Energy Recovery

PROJECT FEATURES

Certified Building Study
Ventilation Analysis
Building and Energy Code Analysis
Historic Building
Built 1930
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