With past experience of constructing HVAC systems for Penn National Gaming, the Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway conformed to our belief of safety, efficiency, and quality of work. The project consisted of a 3 story gaming building, paddock building with approximately 120 horse stalls, maintenance structure, camera tower, truck water fill station, and vet stand. With 281,000 square feet of roof, 57 HVAC roof mounted units were coordinated, rigged, and set in place. A detailed rigging plan of action was presented to the trades prior to setting equipment on the roof. A variety of equipment was used to provide climate control throughout the buildings consisting of packaged roof top units, make-up air, exhaust fans, computer room air conditioning, electric heat, and gas unit heaters. Our subcontractors assisted the HVAC system with installation of refrigerant piping, insulation, balancing of HVAC system, duct leakage testing, and building automation system.

Owner: Penn National Gaming, Inc.
Construction Manager: Turner Construction
Engineer: Concord Atlantic Engineers, Inc.
Architect: Urban Design Group
Project Size: 176,000 square feet
Construction Schedule: 10 months
Completion Date: August 2014
Contract Value: $3.2 million


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