Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago, IL

January 26, 2012  |   Past Projects   |     |   14 Comments

Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago, IL: 100 panel solar array for pre-heating 8,000 gpd of hot water for domestic use at new mission with glycol, heat x, pumps and controls along with complete Mammoth 200 Ton Penthouse HVAC and static regain distribution for 150,000 sf mission:

Total Installed Cost:   $2,900,000

Spiral Static Regain used 36,000 lbs at cost of $236,500 compared to rectangular mains at 59,000 lbs costing $342,500

Total savings:  $106,000 or $0.71 per sf.

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