Building for the Next Generation
This project is part of a six-year Utilities Master Plan for the college. This project consisted of: (a) Installation of an 825-ton geothermal heat pump that allows for simultaneous heating and cooling production; (b) Installation of two 8-MMBtu low-temperature natural gas boilers; (c) Installation of pumping, filtering and control of three primary systems – geothermal, heating and cooling; (d) Installation of 13.8 kV switching station and dual substations for electrical distribution.
Since our founding in 1956, McGough has collaborated with a wide range of Power and Infrastructure clients. We continuously innovate our project approaches resulting in superior outcomes and exceptional experiences for our clients.
To learn more about McGough's Power and Infrastructure expertise, contact Tim Eickman.
Director, Power and Infrastructure> Email Tim Eickman