McQuay Chills 2006 Asian Games

MINNEAPOLIS - McQuay Air Conditioning will supply 11 dual centrifugal compressor chillers (shown at right) to be installed at Olympic Village for the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. The contract is estimated at over $3 million. The 2,000-ton chillers will cool 12 housing complexes, a total of over 1.8 million sq ft that will house over 10,500 people during the Asian Games. After the Games, the complex will be converted into the Hamad Medical Center, which will include pediatrics and orthopedics hospitals, a physical therapy unit, a rehabilitation center, and an elderly welfare center.

Publication date: 11/28/2005

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