Mooresville, North Carolina

LEED® Project

EEI was hired to provide building commissioning services for the expansion of the Lowe’s Corporate Headquarters Campus.  Phase III of this project included a 7-story, 850,000-SF office building, parking garage and chiller plant.  The new central chilled water plant services the Phase III building, as well as existing Phase I and II buildings.
 
EEI’s commissioning services included the following:  Review of 95% Contract Documents, Design Intent and Basis of Design Documents; Commissioning Plan development; schedule coordination; prefunctional site visits; equipment installation verification; equipment submittal review; functional test development; temperature controls documentation review; observation reports; issues logs; functional testing observation; training programs review; operational & maintenance submittal review; creation of Final Commissioning Report; and development of LEED templates for LEED commissioning credits.
 
The equipment and systems commissioned included the following:
  • Mechanical:  Liquid chillers, cooling towers, heat exchangers, exhaust fans, rooftop packaged AC unit pumps, split-system air-handling units, pre-conditioning units, fans, boilers, pumps, computer room units, fan-powered terminal boxes, VAV terminal boxes, VAV floor boxes (UMCs), water treatment systems
  • Electrical:  Occupancy sensors, daylighting zones, lighting controls and photocell lighting
  • Plumbing:  Domestic water heaters, hot water recirculating pump, and water booster pumps
     
     
Owner Lowe's Companies
Commissioning Authority Engineering Economics, Inc.
Area 850,000 SF
Total Construction Cost $100 Million

 

 
 

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