North Dakota Veterans Home
Lisbon, North Dakota
The project was a new 160,000 square feet veteran’s home for the State of North Dakota. The building consisted of a central core area with three resident wings. The primary heating and cooling system are geothermal with ground source heat pumps and energy recovery systems. The project utilized geothermal which will be one of the largest geothermal systems in the state. The primary means of heating and cooling the building is with a geothermal system. Heat pump air handling units, water to water heat pumps and energy recovery units were utilized with the geothermal system. Large energy recovery units with integral ground source heat pumps were used.