Alcoa High School

The new Alcoa High School is a 180,000 SF facility to replace the original facility initially built in 1939. The Owner desired to use a traditional water source heat pump loop with dedicated outside air units. These outside air units are connected to the water source heat pump loop and utilize energy wheels for exhaust air energy recovery for significant energy savings. These units provide over 40,000 cfm of de-humidified fresh air to the building during occupied periods.

Architectural design by Lewis Group Architects

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