Cleveland Clinic’s master plan called for substantial upgrades to the campus’s central plant.
Project supported Clinic’s 15-year master plan. First developed in 1999, the master plan evolved over the following four years – eventually calling for 1.25 million SF of new medical facilities.
Upgrade expands capacity in limited space. The expanded plant provided 8,500 tons of chiller capacity, 100,000 lbs/hr of steam capacity, 10MVA of normal power, and 6.75MVA of emergency generator capacity.
Systems designed for an emergency. The central plant’s emergency distribution system will be used to serve essential power to more than three million SF of inpatient areas on the Cleveland Clinic’s campus.
This design-build project was performed under the guidance of Siemens Building Technologies.
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