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City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department | Neuse River Waste Water Treatment Plant – LEED Silver
Raleigh, North Carolina
The Neuse River Waste Treatment Plant underwent a complete demolition, renovation, and reconfiguration of approximately 15,000 square feet of its office and laboratory space for the waste water plant serving the City of Raleigh. The renovation covers a two phase construction process and temporary facilities to allow the facility to remain operational during construction. The HVAC renovation includes replacement of the Chiller and Boiler, terminal boxes and all duct work for the reconfigured spaces, and exhaust for 11 laboratory fume hoods. The plumbing design includes new and reworked water, waste and vent for all toilets, laboratory sinks and eye wash stations. The electrical design includes new power panels, power distribution, lighting, power branch circuits, telecommunications, fire alarm, and security throughout the renovation area.
Architect: DTW Architects
Project Cost: $1.4 Million
Awards & Certifications: LEED Silver Certification