Motorola Pine Meadows, Libertyville, IL

January 26, 2012  |   Past Projects   |     |   13 Comments

3-story office building, 90,000 SF, with 300 tons DX RTUs, static regain distribution to Data & Tech Center using air column/raised floor pressurization and FPBs, full kitchen and dining system (9000 sf) Total SQFt: 9,000 Total cost installed: $995,000.  Spiral static regain used 16,000 lbs at cost of $104,000 compared to rectangular mains at 34,000 lbs costing $197,000 saving $93,000.

Savings of $1.03 cost/SF

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