Support occupant comfort with a heating and cooling system that has the flexibility to adjust to individual preferences and load variations. The system must also facilitate future expansion, integrating new construction with the existing historic structure and minimize damage or reconstruction of existing, historical architecture.


Daikin VRV water-cooled systems, with round flow sensing cassette indoor units, provided a comfortable environment conducive for learning. Building efficiency was enhanced using a scheduling feature in Daikin’s control system to leverage shifting loads in the building. Use of indoor ductless units minimized penetrations into the existing building’s structure.


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