Project update: Nationwide Children’s West CEP

After several years of planning, design and construction, the Nationwide Children’s West Central Energy Plant project is nearing completion. The 57,730-square-foot building will initially serve five buildings on the hospital’s campus, but will have the capacity to serve up to seven future buildings. When fully built out, the CEP will produce 14.5 megawatts of emergency power production capacity and will generate 131,000 pounds of steam per hour. Congratulations to our engineers and our partners at NBBJ Architects and Turner Construction on their hard work!

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