Roberts Onsite completed the mechanical and electrical work involved in extensive ventilation upgrades at an area secondary school.
The project was designed as part of a government initiative to improve ventilation and air quality in provincial schools following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our mechanical team installed six indoor Air Handling Units into six separate technical classrooms including a machine shop and auto shop. Each of the AHUs provide dedicated and self-contained climate control for the shop. The AHUs are dual-temperature heating and cooling systems with fans, coils and dual-temperature piping.
New exhaust fans were added in each room to improve ventilation within the room.
One Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) air exchanger was installed on the roof and connected into the existing HVAC system to provide an energy-efficient boost of fresh air to the classrooms.
Our Electrical team addressed the wiring needs of the exhaust fans, heating and cooling pumps, and heat exchanger.