Energy Savings Project to Improve Learning Environment for Students
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Hannibal School District #60 was looking for ways to improve the learning environment while reducing energy and operating costs. After a competitive selection process and a successful bond election in 2019, Performance Services completed a multi-phase renovation project, preceded by a detailed facility assessment. The project included comprehensive HVAC, plumbing, lighting, windows, and controls upgrades across the district, including important air purification technology. The project began in the summer of 2019 with completion in 2020.
- New dedicated ventilation systems with bipolar ionization integrated into the HVAC systems to purify the air and provide fresh, clean air distribution.
- New temperature and humidity control systems.
- New operable windows at the High School and Middle School.
- District-wide interior and exterior LED lighting upgrades
- New water source heat pump/rooftop units HVAC system at high school and middle school replaced old steam boiler systems.
- New chilled water system for classrooms at Hannibal Career and Technical Center, adding air conditioning and heat to classrooms and shop areas
- New suspended ceiling throughout classrooms and corridors at the high school and middle school
- Replaced existing galvanized domestic water system; removed and replaced existing water heaters, softeners, and hot water return pumps at the high school
- Engineered Systems Feature Video
In July 2020, Hannibal School District #60 was one of seven recipients to receive a low-interest loan to assist with energy efficiency projects from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Read more about the energy loan here.
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