Rowan University Bozorth Hall HVAC Replacement

Bozorth Hall, a 37,700 sf single-story structure built in 1954, originally designed as the campus elementary demonstration school, now houses Rowan’s College of Communication.

The building includes offices and classrooms, a distance learning facility, television studios, WGLS radio, film editing suites, a computer-equipped newsroom, an advertising/public relations client suit, layout room and writing lab.

Burns investigated available options to replace the two existing direct expansion (DX) air handling units (AHUs) with new units containing chilled water coils, and provided recommendations for improved service access in the mechanical room. We evaluated different approaches for centrally locating all new air handling units indoors, upgraded the HVAC systems serving the building, and consolidated equipment where feasible.

Location: Glassboro, NJ
Industry: Higher Education
Client: Rowan University

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