Hot Water and Chilled Water Distribution Piping
Hot water distribution piping was replaced from the Central Heat Plant on Lloyd Avenue to the south end of campus. The first phase of the hot water piping, completed in 2006 and 2007) consisted of two pipes that are 14 inches in diameter, or 24 inch diameter with insulation and outer casing, buried underground. The work completed in 2006 extends from the Central Heat Plant to the front of Emery Hall. From Emery Hall to the J. Walter Wilson building was completed in 2007. In addition, chilled water piping constructed from the Sidney Frank Hall to the J Walter Wilson building and secondary hot water piping was placed on the Pembroke campus in 2007. The 2007 work also included a ductbank and chilled water pipe from Central Heat Plant to the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center.
In 2008, hot water distribution piping was replaced from J. Walter Wilson to the existing utility tunnel south of Lyman Hall and to Hope College. Also underground chilled water distribution piping was added from J. Walter Wilson to Carr and Faunce Halls. The hot water piping consists of approximately 520 trench feet of 10 inch diameter pipe, 475 trench feet of 8 inch diameter pipe and 45 trench feet of 3 inch diameter pipe. The chilled water consists of 500 trench feet of 12 inch diameter pipe, 160 trench feet of 6 inch diameter pipe and 40 trench feet of 4 inch diameter pipe. See proposed route highlighted in red below.
Also completed in 2008 was new hot water distribution pipe from Manning Hall to Rhode Island Hall which consists of approximately 500 trench feet of 4" diameter pipe. Also, chilled water distribution pipe was installed from Horace Mann to Rhode Island Hall and Rhode Island Hall to Slater Hall consisting of approximately 200 trench feet of 8" diameter pipe, 300 trench feet of 6" diameter pipe, 75 trench feet of 4" diameter pipe and 75 trench feet of 3" MTHW diameter pipe. See route highlighted in red below.