200 Kent is a prestigious office building in Ottawa’s downtown core.
The hospital had a 400 TON chiller and an 800 TON chiller coupled with three 400 TON cell centrifugal cooling towers. All three cooling towers shared 16’” supply and return headers.
Working with JL Richards and Associates, Longhill Energy helped to solve a unique air handling challenge at 234 Laurier Ave here in Ottawa, Canada.
This particular facility has multiple chillers all requiring different condenser water flow rates, and any combination of chillers and their associated condenser water pumps may be running at any one time.
The land at 90 Elgin Street has sustained 140 years of Ottawa landmark buildings. Initiated in 1873 by the Marquis of Lorne, the first building housed the National Gallery of Canada followed by the Supreme Court in 1881.
Algonquin College Center for Construction Excellence educates next generation trades by showcasing real-world solutions to achieve sustainable HVAC design and operation.