Chorley + Bisset was the prime consultant for this $6.7 million HVAC and dehumidification project at the Lake Huron Primary Water Supply Plant in Grand Bend. This project involved extensive upgrades to existing HVAC systems to address severe condensation and temperature issues in the facility. 12 custom air-handling units and 2 industrial dehumidification systems were built in place on site, and a new DDC building control system was designed and installed to service all HVAC infrastructure. Approximately 1 MW of electric heat was replaced with a central hydronic heating system with three 1.5 million BTU condensing boilers. This plant operates 24/7, and all construction was completed with no interruptions to plant operation.
HVAC 49,000 m2; Pumping Station 1,700 m2
Grand Bend, ON
Lake Huron Water Treatment Plant