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Greenland Enterprises Tapped to Replace Heritage High School HVAC System

By August 2, 2018 August 21st, 2018 No Comments

HAMPTON – Greenland Enterprises has been selected as the contractor for a $5.5M project to replace the entire HVAC system at Heritage High School in Newport News, VA.  The project includes replacing 32 roof-top air handling units and 154 variable air volume boxes, along with the existing boiler plant and building automation system.

The project is expected to start in August 2018 and will take approximately 14 months to complete.   Coordinated planning and scheduled phases, utilizing breaks in the school calendar, will allow the systems to be replaced with no interruption to students and faculty. The new HVAC systems will be installed to provide necessary heat and cooling to the 255,000 square-foot building for the next 20 years.

Greenland Enterprises specializes in the design, development, renovation and construction of central utility plants, combined heat and power plants, and modular chilled water systems. The firm’s unique approach places equal emphasis on design and construction to maximize efficiency, life-cycle costs and owner investment.  The company is headquartered in Hampton, Virginia with a regional office in Raleigh, North Carolina.