South East Bank

This is a 33,000 SF, four-story building built with heavily insulated walls & roof. The Owners desired an HVAC system that would provide significant energy savings so a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system was selected for this project. The VRF system can remove energy from one zone that doesn’t need it and apply it to a different zone that does. This feature bypasses the compressor unit and thus significantly reduces the amount of electricity required to heat and cool the building.

Over 3,700 cfm of dehumidified fresh air is delivered to the building during occupied periods. The fresh air unit utilizes an energy wheel for exhaust air energy recovery for additional energy savings.

Architectural design by Blue Ridge Architecture

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