Fremont Union High School needed to replace their entire central infrastructure. This required some intricate timing hurdles to work while students were not on campus.
The project involved tying together heating and cooling systems in various classroom buildings and conveyance to the central boiler room. Some rerouting of buried and above ground fire systems, domestic water, hydronics, and dry utilities for switching, electrical and other systems.
Also included was the demolition and removal of the existing boilers that had severely aged and were leading to the failure of the pipeline infrastructure. After removal, Ranger installed replacement skid-type boilers in the central boiler room along with temporary capturing devices for any sediment that was circulating within the aging infrastructure.
Fremont Union High School District
C2G/Civil Consultants Group, Inc.