Chillers removed from French Ad Building

Facilities Operations utilities crews are currently working to remove two chillers from the basement of the French Administration Building.  (Photo: Ray Potter, utilities lead, left, and Tim Paul, utilities electrician, disconnect a pipe from the chiller.)

The chillers were no longer in use due to poor efficiency and were replaced by chillers at the new steam plant. The pumps, electrical system and chillers will disassembled and removed in pieces over the next several months.

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