MEP Engineering Design
Significance of Project
Campos worked with a large healthcare facility in North Dallas, solving various water issues the campus was facing
The hospital campus was dealing with low water flow in the remote portion of their chilled water loop due to numerous expansion projects over the years. Campos was retained to 3D map the entire chilled water piping system and all equipment served by that loop. A piping analysis identified the chilled water system drops and what modifications were required to correct flow issues. Campos helped the client understand existing capacities and the potential need for new chillers and cooling towers while designing a system that solved the pressure issue.
Campos was also engaged in a domestic hot water and heating water upgrade for the hospital campus. The hospital’s original 1960’s steam boilers are responsible for the water heating systems. Converting to dual-fuel condensing boilers resulted in an estimated 20-30% fuel savings. As part of this project, new domestic water loops were developed, correcting water flow issues in the north and south towers.
Medical City Dallas