Department of State Auditorium HVAC Upgrade

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Department of State Auditorium HVAC Upgrades

Department of the Treasury

New Jersey Division of Property Management and Construction

Trenton, NJ


Date Started / Completed:
2011 – 2013

Construction Cost:
Approximately: $299,560

This project consisted of HVAC DDC controls and mechanical upgrades to the State Auditorium.

Project scope:

  • Upgrade air distribution in the front Vestibule area via new ductwork.
  • Designed a new Johnson Controls Metasys-based system with Ethernet connectivity to the Department of Treasury system. This system included: New AHU controllers, sensors, 3-way & 2-way valves, dampers, motor starters, current sensors, air pressure sensors, CO2 sensors, and humidity sensors.
  • Integration of HVAC DDC system into DPMC ATC management system.
  • New premium efficiency motors for AHUs.
  • Incorporated a new dehumidification system into the State Material Historical Archive room in the basement.
  • Construction phasing and sequencing to allow continued operation of the Museum during construction.
  • Electrical engineering support for power and data wiring.