Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall

Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall
Kansas City, Missouri

Completed: June 2012

Scope of Work: This project was to furnish and install six new AHU’s, one cooling tower, one Multistack chiller, three boilers, six pumps and thirty FCU’s . Two of the AHU’s were hoisted up to the roof and lowered into an existing skylight in pieces and assembled in the attic of this historic building. Two more AHU’s were taken into the basement in pieces and assembled. Rand excavated and poured a concrete basin to house the cooling tower below grade in order to keep it out of the site lines of the visiting public. Rand also installed a complete equipment  room in the basement of the Carriage House which housed the Multistack Chiller, three boilers, four pumps and the chemical feed system. This system was installed to maintain constant temperature control for the building and artifacts that will be displayed there in the future.