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Notre Dame Chiller Plant

Location: South Bend, Indiana, USA
The purpose of using BIM is for the new construction of a second campus power plant at the University of Notre Dame. Excavation is under way for the $38.4 million facility, which is being constructed southeast of the intersection of Douglas Road and Wilson Drive. The plant will house heat pumps connected to the geothermal well fields beneath the nearby athletic & band practice fields, along with chillers and a thermal energy storage tank.

Key Project Details

Architect:Michael J. Burns
Contractor(s):Andy J. Egan Co., Inc.
Owner:University of Notre Dame

Value Added

  1. Created 320 Isometric Drawings & 1000 Spool Drawings for installation
  2. We found many input discrepancies and highlighted to client for updation which  helped in accurate spooling in the piping shop

Key Project Details

Architect:Michael J. Burns
Engineer:Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc.
Contractor(s):Andy J. Egan Co., Inc.
Owner:University of Notre Dame

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