CAMP PENDELTON HOSPITAL
Central Plant Retrofit
Project Manager and engineer of record of a central plant upgrade which included removing an existing 900 ton natural gas powered absorption chiller and replacing it with a new 1,300 ton electric powered centrifugal chiller along with implementing a primary variable pumping system
Engineering scope of work included a complete feasibility analysis, the Army Corps of Engineers plan checking process, and a complete set of construction documents (including controls and sequence of operations).
As part of the feasibility analysis, we determined that the cost of operating the electric chiller would save $129,706 per year by having a more efficient chiller (comparing natural gas to electricity) and implementing the primary variable pumping system.
LOCATION: Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA
CLIENT: US Army Corps
INDUSTRY: Military / Medical
CONSTRUCTION COST: $360,000