Hugh Moore Park Canal Museum

PROJECT TYPE: Plan and Spec
INDUSTRY TYPE: Hotel and Recreational

The goal of this project was to install fourteen water source heat pumps, six geothermal wells, and two steam humidifiers at the Hugh Moore Park Canal Museum. This was an engineer designed plan and spec project by Snyder Hoffman Associates consisting of fourteen Trane water source heat pumps connected to six geothermal vertical closed-loop wells providing 39 Tons of cooling and 3,320,000 BTUs of heating. Climate control is achieved with 7-day programmable thermostats. There are two Nortec steam humidifiers for required humidity control of the 2nd – floor Archives Room. There was approximately 1,000 ft. of copper pipe, 600 ft. of black steel pipe with mechanical fittings and 13,500 lbs. Of fabricated sheet metal used for this project.