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The Ohio State University has been making some major changes throughout their campus. Everything from dorms and dining facilities to fitness centers and recreational spaces are being constructed. Even a new retail pavilion will be added within this major campus expansion and renovation. The two major projects have been the $171 million South Campus High Rise renovation and the $370 million renovation to the North Campus.

The South Campus High Rise renovation combined four building into two which provided a more social atmosphere for the students, added 360 new beds as well as private bathrooms. The major addition was the chiller plant which provided air conditioning throughout the existing five buildings and the two new connectors.

The North Campus project will add 3,200 additional beds through the construction of 11 new buildings. Additionally, the North Residential Transformation will bring two new dining facilities, a new fitness center, a retail pavilion at Lane Avenue and High Street and new outdoor recreational spaces to North Campus.

TP Mechanical is proud to be a part of this renovation effort in many different facets. Our participation in this massive renovation project at The Ohio State University is highlighted below.

The Ohio State University NRDT Project

The TP Mechanical team needed to deliver an operational energy plant, complete with exterior building, in just 90 days. The solution included the combined efforts of the TP Mechanical team to construct a high quality, free-standing plant. More than 60% of the project was prefabrication in TP Mechanical’s ISO-certified Fabrication Shop.

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Morrison Hall at The Ohio State University

TP Mechanical installed 328 FCUs and 3 AHUs on this $1.1 million project. Our work also included the installation of miscellaneous pumps and HVAC specialties, as well.

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Taylor Tower at The Ohio State University

To meet a demanding 90-day construction schedule, TP Mechanical utilized its fabrication facility to prefabricate mechanical systems and their connections to the existing riser, control valves and balance valves. While the ISO-certified fabrication shop completed the materials for installation, the field team removed the existing materials to ensure the project stayed on schedule, including 458 fan coil units, four air handler units and one make-up air unit.

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South High Rise at The Ohio State University

TP Mechanical has held multiple mechanical systems contracts for plumbing, HVAC, and fire protection with The Ohio State University for projects known as the South High Rise buildings. TP Mechanical was hired as the lead contractor in MEP coordination and REVIT modeling.

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Cunz Hall Renovation at The Ohio State University

The building, originally constructed in 1968, became the first renovation project on the campus to be LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. The constrcution team recycled waste materials during renovation and the design incorporated ongoing energy-efficient features into the new systems.

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