For renovations and upgrades at Denver Public School’s Hamilton Middle School, the base scope of work and alternates were evaluated and laid out by the Design Advisory Group (DAG). 360 Engineering worked closely with Anderson Mason Dale Architects to carry-out these improvements to restrooms, corridors, and the entryway at the school campus.
The plumbing design included the replacement of restroom fixtures, drinking fountains with hi/low and bottle filler stations, and replacing galvanized domestic water piping with copper piping in the mechanical room.
360 Engineering also upgraded the Hydronic Boiler system. This involved size verification and replacement of boilers to Denver Public School’s standards, a domestic water heat exchanger, expansion tanks, air/dirt separator, and piping in the mechanical room as needed for the layout. The design replaced two existing heating water pumps with new pumps and added Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) to the two new heating water pumps that provide circulation to the Air Handling Units.