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California State University, Fresno Campus

The central heating and cooling plant at the University of Fresno provides heating and cooling services to over 3.1 million square feet of building space, spread across 80 buildings and over 1,000 acres.


Built in 1954, the plant and ancillary infrastructure are well past their useful life and in need of urgent upgrades. The boilers do not meet air pollution standards and lack the capacity to support future campus

The Project consists in the modernization of the Fresno Campus Central Utility Plant, hot and cold-water distribution network, and designated energy conservation measures.

Following a design and construction period of 3 years, the developer will maintain the upgraded system for a period of 30 years and ensure a level of energy savings to the University.


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