West Hall, Norwich University
Provided design-build mechanical and plumbing services for the civilian residence hall at Norwich University. Completed in 2014, West Hall’s state-of-the-art design encompasses 84,000 square feet, houses 286 students, and meets LEED Gold certification guidelines for energy conservation. The residence hall features student lounges, exercise rooms, game rooms, and laundry facilities. The mechanical system consists of energy-recovery ventilation, radiant ceilings, steam-to-water conversion and a multiple zone snowmelt package.
South Hall, Norwich University
This 78,000 square-foot facility was built in 2009 and houses more than 280 civilian students. Amenities include a fitness center, lobby with information desk, acoustic room for music, enclosed and open lounges, enclosed study rooms with AV capabilities, and multiple bathrooms on each floor. A quiet floor is also available to students upon request. The mechanical system has been recently converted to the campus main steam plant, eliminating the need for an independent heat-generation plant.
Dartmouth College Visual Arts Center
The entire mechanical system for this 105,000 square-foot facility for the academic departments of Studio Art and Film & Media Studies was built using a fully coordinated 3-D package created and administered by Vermont Mechanical. The facility contains teaching and production studios, classrooms, dark rooms, exhibition space, a screening room, theaters, and administrative offices. The mechanical systems include steam-to-water conversion from the central plant to feed radiant ceiling and floor systems, and penthouse air-handling units for building ventilation and cooling. It also includes specialty exhaust and make-up air systems.
Kimball Union Academy
Miller Bicentennial Hall, NH
This project included a major building renovation and addition, requiring a complete demolition of existing mechanical and plumbing systems. The systems were replaced with new ventilation systems and high-efficiency multi-zone air conditioning units. The project also included new plumbing systems, pumps, water heaters, HVAC pumps, and heat exchangers.
Cardigan Mountain School- New Student Dorm and Faculty Housing
Vermont Mechanical provided heating, plumbing and mechanical services to the new 13,000 square foot student dorm and faculty housing. The dormitory houses 24 students (12 dorm rooms) and consists of four faculty apartments (3-three bedroom and 1-two bedroom).