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The building has two constant volume air handlers that supply the two auditoriums, two multi-zone units and one dual duct high velocity unit. Although the system is 25 years old, there are no complaints about the capacity or the reliability of the system.

Chilled water is supplied by three chillers located in Graves Hall. personnel had no complaints about the capacity of the chillers to supply Hall and Meiling Hall. The total capacity of the system is 1100 tons. and cooling towers are all 25 years old and are at the end of their life

Maintenance both Graves The chiller expectancy.

They should be replaced within the next five to ten years but this would be a project associated with Graves Hall.

Heating hot water is provided by a local steam to hot water converter in Meiling Hall. Hot water is pumped to the coils in the air handlers and the radiation system at the perimeter on the first and second floors. Fan coil units at the north entrances and in the stairs provide additional heat.

Domestic hot water is supplied by converters located in Graves Hall. Supply is

adequate. 213T need

The system is functioning adequately to be adjusted to allow adequate flow.

at this time. Two As for the rest of

faucets in room the fixtures, no

problems were observed.

ELECTRICITY

The building is equipped with a 750 KVA transformer.

The transformer's primary

voltage is 13,200 volts and secondary voltage is 480/277 volts. transformers to

There are step down

provide 208/120 volt current throughout the building. While there are no maximum

demand readings available for the building, Meiling Hall has

an

ample

supply

of

electrical

power.

There

is

spare

circuit

space

in

all

panels.

The building lighting and electrical distribution systems are the original

installed in are employed

1970.

as

spot

The majority of

lights

in

the

the lights lobby areas

are on

fluorescent. Incandescent lights the first and second floors. The

dimmer system in the auditoriums personnel and should be replaced. costly to maintain because of the

are causing The lighting difficult and

some problems to the maintenance at the exterior perimeter is very time consuming nature of replacing

malfunctioning units. A less time consuming ongoing maintenance costs. There is an convenience outlets throughout the building.

system should be installed to reduce adequate supply and distribution of

SAFETY STANDARDS

The building is equipped throughout the building. There

with portable fire extinguishers and pull stations

are

no

sprinklers

in

the

building.

Smoke

detectors

are located in the HVAC ductwork. emergency lighting system.

The building has

lighted exit signs and an

The building is accessible for the handicapped through Graves Hall. approaches to the building are well-lighted.

The

ASBESTOS

The Ohio Board of Regents Facilities Asbestos Inspection and Risk Assessment Program's report: Inventory of Friable Asbestos-Containing Materials in Buildings of

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