July 24, 2014 Energy Air Share this post Challenged with an aggressive schedule and a scope of work that required the best of the best, we recently completed the successful change-out of two 2,000-ton chillers at the University of Central Florida. We were contracted to complete the more than $1 million mechanical scope by Clancy & Theys Construction Company. The project consisted of removing and replacing two 2,000-ton centrifugal water-cooled chillers and associated pumps and piping as well as a 6,000 GPM, 2-cell cooling tower. Work commenced in early May with an aggressive schedule that would provide UCF with additional cooling capacity desperately needed in preparation for the upcoming fall semester and the continuing growth of the University. Led by veteran superintendent, Darrell Patterson, the Energy Air crew of seasoned pipe fitters and welders welcomed the challenge and executed in a manner that allowed us to meet the fast-track schedule and finish the job with a very satisfied owner.