With Siemens as the project lead, several projects were completed for the Kellogg School District.
Kellogg High School: The classroom wing had a large area of single pane glazing with both north and south exposure. The north and south exteriors were redone with double pane thermal glazing to reduce energy cost and allow the inside temperature to be more consistent. The high school also received a HVAC upgrade.
The band room was small and inefficient for the growing student body. The existing band room was torn down and a new, larger band room was constructed. The code analysis revealed that because of the age of the building and the additional square footage the building was to large. The building had to be separated into two occupancy areas in order to meet current code.
The middle school needed a more efficient heating system. A new system was designed with a biomass boiler. A new building was designed to house the 2.67 million BTU boiler and fuel. The building was constructed next to the school and the new system installed.
The Pinehurst Elementary School was having an issue with heating and cooling. A new boiler system and cooling system were designed and installed to create a more comfortable learning environment.