The Warfield Building is an existing office building, originally constructed in 1921. It has been under the process of major renovation. The renovation encompasses the office tower portion of the building which is attached to the historic Warfield Theater. The project will function as an office building with ground level retail. The footprint is 4,100 sf.
The building consists of 10 floors and a basement. The facility has adopted the building commissioning process as detailed in ASHRAE Guideline 0 as its quality-oriented process for achieving, verifying, and documenting that the performance of the facility, systems, and assemblies meets their objectives and criteria as defined in this document.
The project is following a LEED rating system of Core & Shell.
Heating and Cooling
Every office floor is provided with its own HVAC system. The heating and cooling loads are covered by 9 variable refrigerant flow systems - one per each floor.
The outdoor condensing units are located on Warfield building's office tower roof.
Indoor air distributions are accomplished by multiple fan coil unit’s cassette type, located throughout the space.
The control and its sequence are provided by the room control module, by which every individual indoor units is remotely operated. Additionally, there is a centralized control module by which the outdoor condensing units could be traced and controlled. There is a link between this module and the fire alarm and prevention system of the building.
Prerequisites and Credits
ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems
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