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University of Louisville - Belknap Campus: STEAM & CHILLED WATER PLANT (70)

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Building Name: STEAM & CHILLED WATER PLANT
History: Year of Construction: 1980
Square Footage: 32697
Primary Use: Physical Plant
Description: The plant is responsible for the production of high-pressure steam and chilled water which is distributed through an underground tunnel system to most of our buildings. The steam and chilled water is used to maintain the appropriate temperatures in offices, classrooms, laboratories, etc. Steam is produced in coal-fired and gas fired boilers while electric driven chillers have 6575 tons of chilling capacity.