December 02, 2014 energyair Share this post Our commercial HVAC team recently wrapped up construction of a new building at Duke Energy’s Distribution Control Center. The 24,000-square-foot building includes three new chillers, four new chilled-water air handling units, VAVs, ductwork, controls, two ERVs and the relocation of two condenser units from the existing building on site. The project was designed and constructed according to LEED Silver standards. Two of the large air handlers (28’ x 10’) were shipped in four pieces each and were assembled by the Energy Air team in one of the building’s two mechanical rooms. The remaining equipment was installed in the mezzanine level mechanical room. The building is the new main headquarters for Duke Energy’s power distribution plant located in St. Petersburg, Fla. The installed mechanical value is approximately $850,000.