University Mechanical & Engineering Contractors, Inc. (UMEC–CA) provided HVAC wet and dry systems for a new central plant at Ironwood State Prison.
We were able to complete all our work in compliance with high-level client security procedures.
Our solutions helped to reduce the prison’s energy consumption and cost, and increase cooling system capacity in an extreme-heat environment.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation needed HVAC solutions for the new central plant at Ironwood State Prison.
UMEC–CA’s solutions included installation of:
- Approximately 50,000 feet of underground chilled water piping to approximately 50 buildings
- Piping stub-ups at buildings
- 38 vault for intersection at branch lines off chilled water mains
- Air handlers
- 500 feet of carbon steel gas piping
- 60,000 feet of carbon steel water piping
- 2,600 pounds of galvanized duct
Ironwood State Prison encourages productivity and self-improvement by offering work and study opportunities for minimum- to medium-security level.