HEDRICK HEATING SYSTEMS AT UCLA

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HIGHLIGHTS: UCLA for the 1st time awarded a bonus of $30,000 for early completion of the project. Icon West personnel completed the project when the building was fully occupied and with zero safety incidents.
CLIENT: University of California, Los Angeles
ARCHITECT: IBE Consulting
DESCRIPTION: Hedrick Hall is a 206,451 gross square foot, 7-story undergraduate student residential facility built in 1964. The scope of work includes replacing obsolete steam boilers with gas fired boilers in the basement, replacing air handling units serving residential floors two through seven, replacing fan coil units serving three faculty apartments in the basement, and furnishing and installing a new electronic temperature control system. A package steam boiler system, natural gas water heaters and storage were installed and commissioned by Contractor to serve existing kitchen equipment on the First Floor Basement. Major trade work includes HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical work incidental to the HVAC equipment and a building automation control system.