• UVA South Chiller Plant Expansion - Martin Horn
  • UVA South Chiller Plant Expansion - Martin Horn
  • UVA South Chiller Plant Expansion - Martin Horn

The South Chiller Plant Project is located behind the hospital, and is a two-story plant designed for an ultimate chilling capacity of 6,000 tons produced by electric centrifugal chillers. The plant is configured with the chillers on level one, pumps and other supporting equipment on level two, and the cooling towers on the roof. This was a phased project, and transition between the old chilling system to the new was critical to the University facilities it serves. This project received an award for Mid-Atlantic Construction’s Best of 2008.

PROJECT START:  March 2007
PROJECT DURATION:
19 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$17.7 million
CONTRACT TYPE:
CM at Risk
PROJECT MANAGER:
Rocky Moulton
SUPERINTENDENT:  
Everett Bradburn; Dan Mericle
ESTIMATOR:
Doug Horn
OWNER:
University of Virginia
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ONTACT:
Mike Garascia
ARCHITECT:
Ayers Saint Gross
CONTACT: 
Chip Young

 

 

 

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Martin Horn COVID-19 Policy