A renowned global leader in the visual arts, architecture, and educational programming, The Toledo Museum of Art contracted Peter Basso Associates to provide engineering design services and construction phase services for the replacement of their outdated temperature controls system.
The HVAC systems served by the existing temperature controls affected the Main Museum, Glass Pavilion, Glass Crafts Building, and the Professional Building.
A microprocessor-based building automation system (BAS) utilizing direct digital controls (DDC) is provided to control, monitor and optimize the operation of the existing HVAC systems. The DDC panels are networked together to allow data exchange between panels and controllers. The network controllers are connected to the facility’s local area network (Ethernet) to allow graphical interface by facility management for scheduling, control, and monitoring of HVAC systems through any PC connected to the network by users with assigned access. All existing sensors and control components deemed incompatible with the new system were replaced as well.
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