Princeton University Fine Hall and Lewis Library

Princeton, NJ
Princeton University Fine Hall and Lewis Library

Design and construction of the project occurred concurrently with a steam-to-hot-water conversion project that included air handling equipment and heating coils serving the area of renovation. Careful scheduling was required to ensure both project paths progressed simultaneously. In order to procure long lead items, including a new air handling unit, VAV terminal units, and other critical mechanical equipment, a pre-purchase bid package was provided to ensure that equipment would arrive on schedule while the construction documents were developed. Because of limited access and the below-grade location of the area of renovation and mechanical equipment rooms, equipment was designed to be delivered in sections and assembled on-site.

Project Highlights
Project Type:

Academic Higher Education

Scope:

37,000 sf

Renovation

Services:

MEP Engineering

Fire Protection + Life Safety

Client/Owner:

Princeton University

Architect/Designer:

Frederick Fisher and Partners

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