The Bank of San Antonio

When we’re hosting clients here, we don’t ever want them to be uncomfortable. It’s very comforting to know that we are able to change the temperature quickly and easily. Comfort contributes to hosting a successful event.

After breaking ground on their 56,000-square-foot office space, The Bank of San Antonio needed to find an energy-efficient HVAC system to provide comfort for employees and customers in every space at any time. While the bank initially planned to install traditional HVAC technology, the precise zone control and energy-efficiency of Variable Refrigerant Flow technology by Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating ultimately made VRF the best fit. In this case study, you will hear directly from the project team and the bank’s VP of operations as they describe how VRF enables The Bank of San Antonio to satisfy requirements across comfort, control and safety. Download the PDF below to read more!

The Bank of San Antonio

Project Location: San Antonio, Texas
Completion Date: June 2016

Project Team

  • HVAC Contractor: Flo-Aire Service, San Antonio, Texas
  • Project Manager: Metropolitan Contracting Company, LLC, San Antonio, Texas
  • Engineering Consultant: Cleary Zimmermann Engineers, San Antonio, Texas
  • Distributor: Texas Air Products, San Antonio, Texas

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (5)  PURY R2-Series Outdoor Units
  • (8) PUY P-Series Outdoor Units
  • (75) PEFY Ceiling-concealed Ducted Indoor Units
  • (8) PKA Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (9) CMB BC Controllers
  • (1) AE-200 Controller
  • (2) AE-50 Controllers
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Commercial Office
Completion Date
June, 2016
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
new construction

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