Turner Construction Company

An image of the exterior of Turner Construction company showing the Mitsubishi Electric condenser units discreetly installed on the roof.
In this old factory, there was no option for the typical mechanical room, and with this Mitsubishi Electric system there was no need. The ingenious central controller, about the size of a large suitcase, can be conveniently tucked away in a small closet.

When Turner Construction Company decided to move its headquarters to downtown Columbus, a 30,000-square-foot factory built in 1910 looked particularly appealing due to its historic and industrial charm. The design team wanted exposed, natural interior spaces and LEED Gold certification. For HVAC, that meant Mitsubishi Electric’s VRF. The system offered a small footprint, an attractive look and energy efficiency. Download the PDF below to read moreYou’ll hear from the preconstruction manager, project manager, mechanical estimator and architect, and see photos of the office and equipment. 


Turner Construction Company

Project Location: Columbus, Ohio
Completion Date:
 June 2012

Project Team

  • Tenant: Turner Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio
  • Architect: M+A Architects, Columbus, Ohio
  • HVAC Engineer: Dynamix Engineering Ltd., Columbus, Ohio
  • HVAC Contractor: Applied Mechanical Systems, Inc., Dayton, Ohio
  • HVAC Distributor: Habegger Corporation, Ohio

Mitsubishi Electric Ductless Equipment Installed

  • (2) PURY-P240 R2-Series Outdoor Units
  • (1) PUY-A Cooling-only Outdoor Unit
  • (12) PLFY Ceiling-recessed Indoor Units
  • (25) PEFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (3) CMB Branch BC Controllers
  • (36) PAR Simple MA Remote Controllers
  • (2) GB-50A Centralized Controllers
  • (1) BAC-HD150 BACnet® Interface
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Commercial Office
Completion Date
June, 2012
Location
Ohio
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
aesthetics
footprint
leed®/green
retrofit/historic restoration
sound

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