Aircuity Monitor: December 2016 Newsletter

Today’s blog post comes from Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor.  In this issue of the newsletter you’ll learn the cost savings that one facility experienced due to Aircuity’s Services Commitment. You’ll also receive warm holiday wishes and get information about sponsoring an upcoming trade show…

First Cost Savings

Cal Poly's Warren J. Baker Center

Project Profile: Cal Pily’s Warren J. Baker Center for Science & Mathematics

One of the benefits of including Aircuity in new construction projects is the resulting first cost savings. The use of Aircuity along with chilled beams at California Polytechnic State University resulted in an estimated first cost reduction of $716,000!

Building Size: 198,000 GSF

Architect: ZGF Architects, LLP

MEP Engineer: Integral Group/Rumsey Engineering

Ventilation: All lab ventilation air passes through the chilled beam

Air Changes Per Hour:

  • Day Rate: 4 ACH for full beam cooling
  • Night Rate: 2 ACH, beam cooling not needed
  • Purge Rate: 8 ACH when contaminants detected

First Cost Savings Breakdown:

Cost Savings Breakdown

Overall Estimated First Cost Reduction: $716,000

(Based on SD Cost Estimating Exercise)

Happy Holidays

Happy holidays

The Aircuity team wishes you a safe, happy and healthy holiday season. We look forward to the continued creation of measurably better environments in 2017.

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