Wiegmann Associates Completes Work for New Harris House Intensive Inpatient Treatment Center

November 25, 2019

Wiegmann Associates has completed HVAC work on the new two-story, 53,000-square-foot Harris House Intensive Inpatient Treatment Center in St. Charles, MO, which was built with future expansion in mind. Wiegmann served as Engineer of Record (EOR) and design/build mechanical contractor of the new alcohol and drug addiction treatment center. Kadean Construction was the general contractor and Arcturis was the architect.

Wiegmann’s HVAC solution for the 53,000-square-foot facility features an energy-efficient and cost-effective Rooftop Variable Air Volume (VAV) system with rooftop units, energy recovery units, VAV boxes and Fan Terminal Units (FTU). The HVAC system meets the owner’s goal of operating efficiently 24 hours per day, seven days per week with the capability to serve only portions of the building at times. Wiegmann also installed a Delta Controls Building Automation System (BAS) with 79 zones for optimal comfort and efficiency. The system’s enteliWEB graphical interface centralizes the building management operation for the client.

This new Harris House campus was built because their South Broadway campus in St. Louis was operating near maximum capacity. The new St. Charles campus will allow Harris House to treat more patients and for the South Broadway campus to grow into a unique sober living residential area.

For more information, visit www.wiegmannassoc.com

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