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Air Handling Units

Milestone Reached in Heritage Highschool HVAC Project

By | Air Handling Units, Complex Mechanical Systems

Greenland Enterprises, Inc. recently passed a major milestone for the Heritage High School HVAC Replacement project. The Greenland team set the last of 32 rooftop units in place at the Newport News, Virginia school as part of an accelerated schedule to have the new HVAC system operational in time for the new school year.

This 10-week project requires an exceptional level of coordination between Greenland, various subcontractors, and vendors to meet the tight timeline, while also minimizing disruptions for students and faculty. Thanks to the efforts of the Greenland team, CST Mechanical, AWG, Chesapeake Controls, and Damuth Trane, the project is currently on schedule.

Greenland to Replace Air Handling Unit at Newington, CT VA Medical Center

By | Air Handling Units, Company News

Greenland Enterprises has been awarded a $1.1 million design-build contract to replace an air handling unit at the VA Medical Center in Newington, CT. The firm was selected in large part due to its unique HVAC expertise in healthcare environments.

Because of the sensitive location and need to minimize downtime, Greenland will use a factory-built modular air handling unit that will be assembled on site. This approach reduces on-site construction time compared to traditional approaches, which is important due to the unique needs of the healthcare facility.

Greenland Enterprises Tapped to Replace Heritage High School HVAC System

By | Air Handling Units, Company News, Education HVAC System

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. Read More

Are There Hidden Business Risks in Your HVAC Systems?

By | Air Handling Units, Cooling Tower Construction

Earlier this month, we learned how even the most customer- and public-image-focused businesses – Disney – can be negatively impacted by something as pedestrian as their HVAC systems.  In this case, Disneyland came under scrutiny after Orange County, California health officials said nine people who visited the theme park contracted Legionnaire’s disease.  The outbreak was traced to a pair of cooling towers at the park, and resulted in a system shut-down until the equipment could be tested, treated and re-tested – at least a two week process. Read More