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Old City Hall Lighting and Mechanical Upgrades
Old City Hall
This project will reduce energy consumption at Old City Hall by upgrading its mechanical and lighting systems.

What's happened?
The design consultant was selected in June 2010; design work was completed in November 2010.  The construction project was awarded in February 2011 and construction began in March.

What's next? Construction should be complete by mid November.

Who to contact:
  Jeff Furr, P.E. Project Manager 704-336-7046
An Energy Project

This project will upgrade the mechanical and lighting systems thereby reducing energy consumption in Old City Hall.  Work includes replacement of all air conditioning controls, air cooling units and the majority of lighting throughout the building.  Light fixtures will also be replaced with new, energy efficient fixtures.    
 
Objectives:
  • Improve mechanical and electrical energy efficiencies
  • Improve indoor air quality
  • Reduce annual maintenance expenses

Construction will include new HVAC boxes, controls and air flow throughout the facility.  Light fixtures will be provided to replace existing fixtures with cleaner illuminating fixtures that generate less heat and require less electricity.

The project is located at 600 E. Trade Street and is part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Click below to learn more:




Cost:  $518,000
Please note that the project cost will include all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, permitting and construction.
 
Project Manager:
Jeff Furr, P.E., 704-336-7046