The 24,000 SF new two story classroom building on Daytona State College’s (DSC), Palm Coast campus, includes classrooms, lecture hall, student café, bookstore, student social zones, and collaborative areas.
The HVAC system that OCI’s engineering team designed includes a new Central Energy Plant with a 150-ton air cooled chiller and cooling tower. A variable primary chilled water pumping system provides campus wide chilled air distribution. Automated control of the building’s systems and the Central Energy Plant are through a Johnson Control Direct Digital Control System. The first and second floors of Building 3 are served by two chilled water central station air handlers, and each space is served by VAV trammel unit with electric heat. The project was designed and built using BIM technology and is One Green Globe Certified by the Green Building Initiative.
OCI was responsible for complete mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and IT/AV design engineering.
One Green Globe Certified