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King Street Station Utilities Installation 2.20.11 slide show King Street Station Utilities Installation 2.20.11 slide show Presentation Transcript

  • Phase 2A
    In this slide show:
    Utilities Installation
    February 22, 2011
  • All HVAC duct ends are sealed before installation to maintain air sanitization according to LEED standards.
  • HVAC ducts are first installed to the plaza open air mechanical vault.
  • The network progressed southward to various locations.
  • HVAC ducts shown here are connected to the nearly completed elevator.
  • Other utilities network such as water and electricity are installed within a similar time frame.
  • Large original windows on the east wall below the plaza are freshly restored and installed.
  • Geothermal well pipes are installed to its mechanical network. This system will provide efficient heating and cooling for the entire building.
  • The left side original terminal ceiling contrasts with the new plaza steel.
  • Northeast corner of plaza still awaits structural beam and column.
  • Open air mechanical vault shown from top of plaza. HVAC ducts are connected to this vault to extract clean air for the entire station.
  • Concrete trench drains for the plaza were casted. The blankets shown help to insulate and cure the concrete.
  • North side canopy trusses were also painted and restored.