NORWALK, Conn. - EMCOR Group Inc., a leader in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure, and facilities services, announced that its Tucker Mechanical subsidiary has been awarded a contract for the installation of mechanical systems for two renovation projects at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn.
Tucker Mechanical will be responsible for upgrading and renovating the following research laboratories, both of which are part of the continuing upgrades and renovations being done throughout the campus to accommodate research:
• Energy efficiency driven HVAC upgrade, replacing old and outdated equipment, at the existing Yale I Wing Lab, 2nd and 3rd floor, and Nathan Smith Building. The upgrade includes two new custom-built air handling units (AHUs) and one new Climate Changer AHU. The lab space will be fitted out with new chilled beams, variable air volume boxes, radiant ceiling panels, and associated piping and ductwork.
• Infrastructure upgrade of HVAC and plumbing systems, at the existing Yale Laboratory of Epidemiology and Public Health. Scope of work includes refurbishing existing AHU with new coils, fans, humidifiers, piping, dampers, controls, etc., installing new rooftop AHU with glycol heat recovery system, and making plumbing modifications to the compressed air system and reverse osmosis/deionization water system.
“We’re honored to have been chosen to be part of these two important renovation projects at one of the nation’s most renowned institutions, for which we have performed a number of significant and successful construction projects,” stated Robert Turner, president and CEO, Tucker Mechanical. “Providing systems rich environments, with rigid specifications and demanding exacting environments, is the type of work that we perform very well, due to our extraordinarily experienced and highly trained professional staff.”
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