Bryan City Schools - Bryan, Ohio
In order to consolidate facilities and resources into one campus, Bryan City Schools approved the new construction of a 150,000 SF school to house grades 6 through 12. IPS was selected to install the HVAC System at the new school.
IPS installed the chilled water distribution system consisting of above-ground cooling towers and buried ice storage tanks that produce and hold ice. This ice storage system reduces energy consumption costs by producing the ice at night and using the ice during the day to help cool the buildings. The system is also equipped with sound reduction technologies that are imperative in a learning environment.
While constructing the heating system, IPS installed boilers with a variable-flow heating water distribution system. The Building Automation System (BAS) controls all HVAC aspects of the complex, and is integrated to monitor electrical usage based on peak loading conditions.