Parkwood, CLARKSVILLE, IN
The objective of GCC was to modernize Parkwood Elementary School by upgrading its HVAC system with new boilers, a chiller, a vertical classroom, unit ventilators, and air conditioning in the gym. Additional upgrades were also made to the building automation system and windows.
- Measured $9,954/year for 15 years (149,310)
- Stipulated $213,845/year for 15 years (3,207,675)
- Total $223,799/year (3,356,985)
SCOPE OF SERVICES
ECS Midwest engineered and installed a 2-pipe heating and cooling system to replace the existing boilers, added an air-cooled chiller with a Direct Digital
Control energy management system, and installed an air-cooled chiller.
ECS Midwest installed two high-efficiency condensing boilers, a new air cooled chiller and primary dual temperature, variable volume centrifugal pumps. The system utilizes a 2-pipe dual temperature piping distribution system to serve new vertical unit ventilators installed in the classroom spaces and a new gymnasium heating and cooling and air handling unit. In addition, CO2 sensors were installed in each of the classrooms.
Greater Clark County Schools is located on the Ohio River in Southern Indiana, directly north of Louisville, Kentucky. Greater Clark County Schools is the twenty-first largest school district in the state of Indiana and serves approximately 11,000 students.