213 E. Grand

Northern California

The HVAC system design for this building included an innovative approach utilizing a single hydronic pipe system to provide heating and cooling to the building through the air handlers. This approach allowed for a water-side economizer to reduce energy costs, and it eliminated the need for a second set of both pumps and hydronic pipes. This reduced project costs and installation time.

  • Project Name:213 E. Grand
  • Contractor:DPR
  • Sq. Footage:300,000 ft2
  • Cost:$15 million
  • Scope of Work:Design-build the HVAC system for a warm shell project on a 9-story lab/office building in South San Francisco.