BYU LIBRARY CHILLER REPLACEMENT
PROVO, UT: BYU LIBRARY CHILLER REPLACEMENT
OWNER: Brigham Young University
ARCHITECT: Heath Engineering
This contract included the replacement of chillers that provide cooling for the Harold B. Lee Library, where thousands of students frequent. In order to complete the project, the Zwick Construction team had to remove the two existing chiller in the basement, then replacing it with two new ones. Additionally, the project included new cooling towers on the roof. Zwick had to remove and replace the piping that connects the basement equipment to the equipment on the roof. To mitigate the disturbances to studying students, Zwick put up temporary walls in the library that were affected.