Project Manager: Kris Dunaway
Project Value: $3.35 Million
Central Heating Plant project at Buffalo State will remove old fuel oil tanks and replace the existing boilers with new boilers and equipment which will require less space, requiring a partial demolition of the building and stack.
Reconstructing the steam plant will save in costs for fuel, operation and maintenance, will reduce harmful emissions and potential for harmful fuel leaks and will provide a more reliable source of heat and hot water for the campus.
Mark Cerrone, Inc. provided:
· Abatement and demolition of 53,500 PPH watertube boiler, piping, and stair platforms associated with the boiler.
· Removed six underground fuel oil tanks, each 42,000 gallons of nominal storage. Removed all associated piping, all contents remaining in tank, and restore area with sod.
· Abatement and removal all fuel oil system piping throughout plant, including three fuel oil heaters, four fuel oil pumps.
· Abatement and demolition of existing boiler breeching. Replaced breeching in kind, and reinsulation.