Baltimore City Youth Detention Center
J. F. Fischer, Inc. (JFF) performed the mechanical portion of this project consisting of 4 main rooftop Air Handling Units (AHUs) and 35 VRF indoor units for heating and cooling. Additionally, JFF is responsible for the associated outdoor condensing units and ductwork connected to the AHU’s & VRF’s. The domestic water system is being served by 6″ incoming water service along with two 1500-gallon gas fired domestic water heaters, one 2″ mixing valve and two recirculating pumps. The natural gas system consists of a gas booster pump and associated piping serving the domestic water heaters, rooftop AHU’s along with serving the onsite kitchen. 146 security plumbing fixtures and 47 standard plumbing fixtures exist in the building.
JFF performed the process by utilizing the commissioning agent’s portal for posting of all information including pre-function forms, start-up forms, functional test performance reports, training agendas and punch-list items. The commissioning aspect started 4 months after notice to proceed and is to be completed within the framework of the original project schedule.