Phase I – $2,487,000 | Phase II – $10,370,000
Phase I – 2006 | Phase II – 2009
Monumental Affairs Achievement Award HVAC Replacement Indiana State House
R.E. Dimond was chosen to provide the master plan and design for the replacement of the HVAC system for the 360,000 SF Indiana State House located in the Indiana Government Center Complex.
The project included a complete upgrade/replacement for all HVAC systems in the historic building. The challenge was to provide appropriate environmental conditions within the building while reducing the impact of the previous system on the historic fabric of the building.
Dedicated 100% outside air systems pressurize the building and deliver conditioned/dehumidified air to zone fan coil units which optimize control of space temperatures. Innovative installation of supply and return grilles within existing architectural features minimize alteration of the historic fabric of the building. Variable air volume systems have been utilized on the 1st floor, 4th floor and many of the common areas. Existing electrical distribution system had to be re-worked to accommodate the mechanical system changes. Lighting design was completed in remodeled areas.