Electrolux Home Products
The Electrolux Home Products manufacturing facility in Memphis, TN contains a total of 724,000 square feet broken into three segments consisting of 642,000 square feet dedicated to manufacturing space, 55,000 square feet to administration and 27,000 square feet to laboratory area.
JESCO Mechanical-Electrical division was contracted to provide the mechanical and plumbing requirements for this facility. In the manufacturing area the JESCO Mechanical-Electrical team contracted to provide:
• 4,200 tons DX cooling roof top units
• 1,000 tons process cooling water piping system
• 2,400 HP compressed air system
• 101,000 LF of piping: 36,000 dedicated to mechanical and 65,000 to plumbing
In the administrative / laboratory area JESCO provided a 16,500 SF Test Lab with:
• 10,000 SF of stainless steel exhaust hood
• 240 tons space cooling
• 203,000 cfm of untempered make-up Air
• 260 Tons of tempered make-up Air at 63,200 cfm
• 260,000 cm of exhaust air
National Steel Car
This 2.2 million square foot facility for National Steel Car utilized a modern design with sustainable features. This project is located in Cherokee, Alabama and is the largest LEED Certified building in the world.
This unique project consists of a manufacturing building four to six hundred feet wide by four thousand feet long, a 120,000 square feet administrative building and two 22,000 square feet employee facilities. The manufacturing infrastructure included distribution from central locations for argon, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and large quantities of compressed air, electrical distribution for welding, and fabrication department. Natural lighting was used for the manufacturing lines.
Power Generation Plant
This Power Generation facility is located on the campus of Mississippi State University and provides backup electrical power to the campus during outages through its two 13MW generators. The three buildings which make up the facility have structural steel framing and brick veneered walls, accented with precast stone copings and insets. Along with the buildings, the facility includes a fuel oil storage and pumping system which consist of three 25,000 gallon fuel oil tanks. The project, during construction, also included modifications to the adjacent campus 69KV substation.
U.S. District Courts Building
JESCO Mechanical-Electrical Division performed the mechanical work for the 425,000 SF U. S. District Courts Building in Jackson, Mississippi which encompassed 390,000 SF of conditioned space. BIM Modeling was used for the entire HVAC and Plumbing System. Third party commissioning required for HVAC equipment and direct digital control system.
The mechanical scope of work included a Central Plant Facility with the following equipment:
• (2) 650 ton centrifugal chillers
• (2) 145 ton heat pump chillers as the primary
means of heating water
• (2) boilers
• (3) heat water pumps
• (3) chilled water pumps
• (3) condenser water pumps all at 1200 GPM each
• Dual cell cooling tower
Other features of the conditioned spaced included:
• Over 400 variable air volume (VAV) boxes
• 285,000 pounds of sheet metal ductwork installed
• 25,000 feet of HVAC piping installed
• 39 Indoor modular air handling units
• 3 roof mounted energy recovery units