Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago, IL. A 236-ton custom packaged DX system with evaporative cooling and FANWALL TECHNOLOGY® serves this homeless rescue mission that was designed for LEED Silver certification. Read our case study (PDF).
As one of the most widely recognized green building rating programs, LEED helps building owners minimize their impact on the built environment through a set of credits and points. HVAC systems themselves do not get points, but are a large part of the building system and contribute to earning several points the building may achieve. The following is a list of LEED NC points where the HVAC system is involved:
Mammoth can also incorporate a condensate drain recovery system in your system, so you may reuse that water within your building. LEED recognizes condensate recovery as a significant way to reuse water within the building which can help reduce potable water use.
This list of LEED credits that the HVAC system influences is not a full description of the requirements to achieve LEED certification, or to achieve points in each area of the program. Please contact your local representative to learn more about how we how we can design a custom solution to help maximize your HVAC system’s contribution on your LEED project.