Mendota Mental Health Institute Energy Upgrades

INDUSTRIAL

CG Schmidt managed the decommissioning, removal, and disposal of an existing 60,000 BTU coal-fired boiler for the state-run Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison, Wisconsin. MMHI is one of two psychiatric hospitals operated by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. In addition to decommissioning, removing, and disposing of the existing coal-fired boiler, CG Schmidt managed the installation of a new gas / oil packaged boiler with economizer, conversion of two remaining boilers to gas / oil-fired only, replacement of controls and BMS on the two remaining boilers, and replacement of BOP with a new PLC system. These systems provide heat to the entire mental health campus.

ARCHITECT
IS Group, Inc.

 

PROJECT TYPE
Boiler / Chiller Replacement
OWNER
Wisconsin Department of Administration

 

PROJECT SIZE
20,000 SF / NA
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