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University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Regional Utility Plant IV



“…I have worked with numerous contractors over my 29 years of practice. My experience with New Atlantic ranks with the best. Throughout the process they were organized, clear, and professional in their approach and delivery. The RUP (Regional Utility Plant IV) in many ways was the lynchpin serving the entire south village; without proper construction, coordination, and completion the south village development could have failed, but due to effective leadership by New Atlantic and others it was a success. It was effectively built to serve existing as well as multiple buildings in construction, all while a new road with underground utilities was being built. I highly recommend New Atlantic for your future Utility Plant. They rank with the best.”

Thomas-Carlson-Reddig, AIA, LEED AP

College and University Studio Principal

Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

Location
Charlotte, NC

Delivery Method
CM at Risk

Size
8,800 SF

Architect
Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

New Atlantic constructed a hot water and chilled water utility plant for the new South Village portion of campus.

The building structure includes heavy cast-in-place concrete walls, structural steel, and load bearing CMU.

The skin system embodies campus standards with brick, precast, and ornamental metal features.  The initial phase of the build out included 2-200 BHP hot water boilers, a 600 ton chiller, a 300 ton chiller, 2-600 ton cooling towers, and the balance of plant auxiliary equipment.