C&R Project: Central Presbyterian Church
- Building Type: Schools / Churches
- Project Type: HVAC, Plan & Spec
C&R Mechanical was responsible for the design and installation of the HVAC system serving St. Louis University’s Education Union. The existing thirty thousand (30,000) square foot, two story structure was completely remodeled and an addition was created to house an auditorium/lecture hall. Construction on this project began in June of 2010 and was completed in July of 2011.
The scope of work for this project included the design and installation of the following: new rooftop unit and variable air volume system (including hot water reheat coils in the VAV boxes) to serve the existing space, new rooftop unit to serve the auditorium in the new addition, new rooftop unit and VAV boxes (including hot water coils) to serve the common areas outside of the auditorium, new boilers to service the entire facility, new digital control system and a new hot water perimeter heating system.
In addition to the work performed for the Education Union, a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system was also installed in the new support building for the Medical Recreation Complex as part of this project.
Mechanical Scope: $861,000
Engineer: C&R Mechanical Company
General Contractor: Alberici
Architect: Lawrence Group