The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion

The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion

"When we started, there was no vision for conditioning needs. We came in with VRF and now the Engineers Club can envision how the building is going to work for the next 100 years."

Built in the late 1800s, the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion is a historic, four-story home in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. The building has been home base for the Engineering Society of Baltimore, Inc. (Engineers Club) since 1961 and members open up the venue for various associations and community events. A few years ago, the Engineers Club realized patrons required more accessibility to the upper floors of the mansion as well as a streamlined HVAC system. Their plan: build an adjacent 5,600-square-foot tower that connects to the building, providing access to the mansion and space for housing new HVAC equipment. Download the PDF below to read moreYou'll hear from the engineer, sales rep and director of the Engineers Club on why Mitsubishi Electric's Variable Refrigerant Flow technology was the best system for the job.

The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion

Project Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Completion Date: September 2018

Project Team

  • Engineer: Spears/Votta & Associates, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland
  • Installing Contractor: M. Nelson Barnes & Sons, Inc., Cockeysville, Maryland
  • Distributor: Aireco Advanced Products Group, Arlington, Virginia

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (1) LGH-F600RX5-E1 Lossnay Energy Recovery Ventilator
  • (1) PZ-60DR-E Lossnay Remote Controller
  • (1) PURY-P192TSLMU-A R2-Series Outdoor Unit
  • (5) PKFY Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (2) PLFY Four-way Ceiling Cassette Indoor Units
  • (7) PEFY Ceiling-concealed Ducted Indoor Units
  • (14) PAC-YT53CRAU-J Simple MA Remote Controllers
  • (1) AE-200A Centralized Controller