Project Description

With a collection that includes 350,000 objects and 7 million books and documents ranging from pre-settlement to present day Maryland artifacts, we designed, engineered and installed the Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Building Operation Control system to replace an existing inefficient, orphaned, non-operational pneumatic/electric/mechanical control system. The Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Operation Controls maintain the stringent temperature/humidity conditions these Maryland artifacts demand. The energy management system is web based and with full future upgrade and expansion capabilities.

Project Details

  • Multi-building complex with independent heating/cooling plants.
  • Installed Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Building Operation Controls System with no down-time.
  • Integrated Multiple Cooling Tower, Chiller, and Boiler Controls.
  • Integrated Multiple HVAC Equipment.
  • DDC VAC Zone Control
  • Point-specific Alarm Notification via Web IP
  • Custom Graphics
  • Flexible Zone Time Schedule Programming
  • Optimization of equipment for comfort and energy savings while maintaining rigid museum space temperature/humidity conditions.

Project Overview

  • Client: Maryland Historical Society
  • Location: Baltimore, Maryland
  • Year:  2013
  • Category: Museum
  • Gross Sq. Ft.: 49,300
  • Services: BAS & EMS 

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