Lawrence Berkeley Nat'l Lab - Building 37

Berkeley, California

Building 37 at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab is a facility housing two large cooling towers totaling 2,000 tons of cooling capacity, and ancillary pumps and heat exchangers.

The building provides Low Conductivity Water (LCW) and Treated Water (TRW) to the campus, most notably to the Advanced Light Source (ALS).

Taylor Engineers Provided Commissioning services for several retrofits, including a conversion from Barrington Controls to Automated Logic Controls in 2014, and replacement of all major mechanical equipment in 2017.

Size (ft²)

10,000

Stories

2

Project Type

Central Plant

Scope of Work

Commissioning Provider for mechanical and control systems.

Completed

2017

Owner

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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