Airside 4 Central Energy Plant Building at Orlando International Airport
$17 million, 10,000 SF, one-story, Central Energy Plant (CEP) Building, located at Airside 4, which includes a 2400-ton chiller, pumps, electrical switch gear, full generator back-up and office. A separate enclosure with cooling towers, associated site work, 12′ high split face masonry walls, retaining walls, underground utilities, road realignment, landscaping and irrigation is also included.
The CEP will house: (4) 700-ton magnetic chillers designed with N+1 redundancy and associated pumps, controls and treatment equipment. Also included: stand-by generator to provide power at 50% capacity (two chillers). The building is planned to permit future expansion, to provide for the installation of two additional glycol chillers and a future fourth cooling tower. The facility will initially house three fiberglass cooling towers with screens.