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University of North Dakota

School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Grand Forks, North Dakota


Project Description:

The new facility includes medicine and health sciences education, simulation and clinical skills, occupational therapy, sports medicine, research and a satellite vivarium, and existing buildings will house shared clinical practice space, the UND vivarium, epigenetics, neuroscience, undergraduate education, and additional research labs.

The Mechanical Systems included:

  • Wet sprinkler system with booster pump
  • Plumbing systems with RO water supply system in the laboratories
    Heating with 10 high-efficiency aerco boilers, baseboard radiation in all exterior rooms, rooftop units with heating coils, VAV with terminal heating coils and variable speed pumping.
  • Ventilation with 4 rooftop units, 1 AHU for the classroom office areas, 2 AHU;s with DX heat recovery for BSL-2 labs, 1 AHU for vivarium for rats/mice. Lab ventilation system for hoods and make-up air ended up TSI.
  • Air conditioning included: three 500 ton Trane Centravacs, Three cooling towers, variable speed pumping on all systems, and chilled water to 11 AHU’s and two fan coil units.

The Electrical Systems included:

  • 300 kW generator
  • Lighting controls throughout, distributed networked system in large rooms, and main atrium. Stand-alone sensors in most small rooms. Classrooms have distributed networked system
  • Structured cabling, sound system, classroom AV, Surveillance, fire alarm, smoke detectors.
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