The three-story, Tuft House was built in 1917 by the
HEI converted an area that previously housed multiple specimen freezers into a high-profile Alzheimer’s Research Laboratory. Construction emphasis was on the environmental temperature and humidity control due to the concentration of research equipment located in the laboratory. HEI was given the task of merging modern cooling equipment requirements with the existing building HVAC infrastructure. The work required a high level of coordination and execution. The work included coring, welding, and hot-tap into the existing condenser supply line at the penthouse, starting on a Friday evening, with completion on Saturday morning. Emory experienced no downtime and a minimal amount of disturbance due to the team’s efficiency and teamwork.
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