Eureka High School : Eureka, Illinois
93,600 square feet | $2.5 million
Eureka High School needed to add air conditioning to their existing building and improve heating in specific areas. The existing building had masonry ductwork, which is not documented on floor plans, making it difficult to trace throughout the building. Creating system pathways was challenging due to the space constraints and unusual classrooms layouts. The school also wanted to use specialized DuctSox, fabric ductwork in the design, adding complexity.
KED SOLUTION : Upgrading the Entire HVAC System
Our design included the specialized DuctSox fabric ductwork in the gymnasium, eliminating the worry of denting ductwork in athletic spaces. We performed fieldwork to determine the best system pathways and replaced the existing masonry ductwork throughout the building. With the addition of air conditioning and the improvement of existing heating, Eureka High School now has a fully upgraded HVAC system, providing a much more comfortable learning environment year-round.
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