PES Project Profile

Communication Technology
High School

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Project Details

  • Project Cost: $1.9 million
  • Design Awarded: May 2009
  • Contract Awarded: January 2010
  • Construction Completed: January 2011

  • Scope of Services

    • Steam Boilers & Associated Equipment
    • Underground Fuel-Oil Storage Tank
    • Rehabilitation of Central Fans
    Electrical Power and Lighting
    • Emergency Generator

    Key Services Provided

    • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Design

Mechanical Plant Replacement

Princeton Engineering Services provided Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical Engineering Design Services for the Communication Technology High School for the School District of Philadelphia. The project consisted of replacing the existing (2) steam heating boilers and associated equipment with new (3) new high efficiency 200BHP steam boilers, feedwater units, chemical and water treatment, underground fuel-oil storage tank and oil transfer pumps, natural gas booster pumps, sump pumps, and new 125kW Emergency Generator. The design also included rehabilitation of (3) existing central air handling units including new steam coils, controls, belts, motorized dampers and fan casings for each.

MEP Design Services