Central New Mexico Community College and Albuquerque Public Schools have joined forces to develop a dual-credit school located on CNM’s main campus that allows students to complete their high school diploma while earning a college certificate or two-year degree.
The project included HVAC, lighting, central-plant, lighting controls, and HVAC controls commissioning, as well as energy modeling and PV array analysis during the design phase. The project is four stories and 70,000 square-feet on the CNM Campus, utilizing water-source heat-pumps a cooling tower and boilers on a condenser-water loop, with a plate and frame heat-exchanger. Our team conducted design reviews, submittal reviews, construction site observations, commissioning issues logs and status meetings, startup observations, and functional testing of MEP systems. The effort began in 2017 and took place over three years, with all analysis and commissioning services in a contract for roughly $120,000.