The Ohio State University
BDT Architects and Interior Designers
Total Construction Cost
9,000 sq. ft.
The Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research (IBMR) Building required a renovation of its air handling systems. This project consisted of replacing the supply and exhaust air handling systems (located in the fifth floor mechanical penthouse) with new equipment located on the roof of the building, and creating a separated boiler room.
- Building was occupied during construction
- Switch from old to new air handling units occurred over the weekend to not affect building operation
- New rated walls were installed to create a boiler room
- Installed a combustion air system for the existing boilers and water heaters
HAWA provided the HVAC, fire protection and electrical engineering design and served as the project lead throughout the design and construction.