completely rehabilitated the central heating and refrigeration plant
(CHRP) at John F. Kennedy Airport, expanding its capacity and replacing
worn and outdated equipment. Keeping the plant in operation at all
times, we installed new boilers, chillers, and pumps, new switch
gear, and cathodic protection for high temperature hot water lines.
We built an addition to the building, extended the cooling tower
basins, built two new cooling towers, and revised the piping between
the plant and the cooling towers.