Client: The University of the South
This beautiful small liberal arts college campus, located in the rural foothills, has a quite stable inventory of stone-clad buildings as well as a very progressive desire to conserve energy. As part of the early planning for the college's new dining hall, a study was done to investigate the value of a chilled water plant to serve the heart of the campus, resulting in the construction of this facility in 1999-2000 for a cost of $1 million. The plant is located on the ground floor of an existing building.
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