Case Studies

Queen Creek Branch Library and Recreation Annex

Queen Creek, Arizona, United States, United States
Leed award
Government / Public
Completed: Fall 2008
Queen Creek Branch Library and Recreation Annex Queen Creek Branch Library and Recreation Annex

The Queen Creek Library and Recreation Annex houses a library, three meeting rooms and a large recreation center with six classrooms and two multi-purpose rooms. The McQuay modular central plant is installed outside the building. The Modular Central Plant is integrated with the library’s Alerton building automation system using BACnet communications. The controls for the plant are run remotely from the Queen Creek development services building. The building automation system controls all energy management for the buildings, make it as energy efficient and time saving as possible.

Number of Buildings1
Total Area47,000
Special Features

LEED Gold project

Products/Equipment Installed

McQuay Modular Central Plant, which is a pre-engineered, pre-assembled module that combines a chiller, boiler, cooling tower, pumps and interconnecting condenser water piping. This module also included a sealed combustion boiler.

Systems IntegratedChiller
Mechanical ContractorTri-City Mechanical of Chandler, Arizona
Controls ContractorAlerton