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Project: Navy Yard BioTech

Project Name: Navy Yard BioTech
Location: 400 Rouse Blvd, Philadelphia Navy Yard
Market: Life Science/Laboratory/Office Space
Application: Humidification and Building Heat
Mechanical Engineer: Precis Engineering
Construction Manager: IPS (Ph 1)
Mechanical Contractor: Herman Goldner
Sheet Metal Contractor: Air Distribution Systems

• Two Fulton (2) VSRT 60HP Steam Boilers, HT-60 Boiler Feedset & F-75 Blowdown
• Schebler Model P2 Double Wall Exhaust Pipe
• Six (6) Endura+ 3.0MM Condensing Boilers (4 current, 2 future)
• Enervex CASI-560 Boiler Exhaust Fan System
• Enervex MCAS-021 Combustion Air System
• Schebler Model EVD Double Wall Exhaust Pipe

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A global leader in pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, and medical devices built this new 95,000 sq/ft built-to-suite office and laboratory building in Philadelphia’s Navy Yard. This facility will more than double their advanced therapies testing capacity for their cell and gene therapy clients. This building adds to the rapidly growing life sciences community at the Navy Yard and is part of the reason why Philadelphia has been dubbed “Cellicon Valley”.

The projects consulting mechanical engineer, Precis Engineering, turned to UEP Northeast for assistance with their strict temperature and humidity control requirements. The VSRT Steam Boilers were selected as part of the humidity control system because of their industry leading steam quality and efficiency. 15:1 turndown and O2 compensation were just a few of the features that made Endura+ Hydronic boilers an easy choice. UEP Northeast also provided the exhaust systems for the boilers, which included Schebler P-Series double wall exhaust piping and Enervex exhaust and combustion air fans.

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