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SUNY Oneonta – Physical Science Building

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Project info:

Efficiency Measure:
Laboratory Demand Control Ventilation
Major Renovation / Addition (completion fall 2016)
SUNY Oneonta (via EMTech)
Engineering Design:
Ellenzweig / BR+A
Physical Science Building / 20 laboratories
Key Results:
With active sensing of lab air, minimum air flows reduced thus savings HVAC energy. Part of LEED strategy.


The Physical Science Building at SUNY Oneonta is undergoing a major renovation / addition and is looking to reopen fall of 2016. A minor portion of the existing building was demolished, and a new two story addition is being constructed to provide approximately 28,000 square feet of classroom and laboratory space. In addition to venturi valves for accurate air flow control, this facility will operate with Laboratory Demand Control Ventilation (Aircuity). Our service technicians just completed system performance checks, including vacuum decay testing to validate effective transport of air samples back to Aircuity’s centralized Sensor Suite. Integration with JCI and Phoenix control systems are in process. This is the 7 th SUNY building project for Green Building Partners and AIrcuity. This Project Profile will be updated shortly upon completion of this project.