Stanton Elementary School
Project scope included the complete upgrade of all mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems of the 60,000 SF existing main school building, as well as the design of a 30,000 SF new addition. The project design supports a LEED Gold rating, based on LEED 2009 for School New Construction and Major Renovations. A fast-track design and construction schedule enabled the 60,000 SF first phase to be completed over the summer in time for the start of school in the late August.
- New variable refrigerant flow (VRV) heat recovery system (125 tons existing building, 79 tons new).
- Independent temperature control for each classroom.
- Three dedicated 100% outdoor air ventilation energy recovery units.
- 100-500 CFM VAV ventilation terminal units with occupancy sensor.
- Two 199 MBH gas fired domestic water heaters.
New LED lighting, dimmable controls, and daylighting sequences.
25% water reduction with low flow plumbing fixtures.