Calgary Airport in Calgary, Alberta
3 large single fans were replaced with HUNTAIR FANWALL® allowing existing VFD controls at the airport to continue in service rather than having to purchase higher HP VFDs, result: significant cost saving. Each replacement project was accomplished in compliance with the airport's extremely tight timelines.
Epcor Tower in Edmonton, Alberta
(28 storeys near the northeast corner of 104th Avenue and 101st Street) is slated to open in 2012. Its design will include an east-west orientation, giving its long wall a sunny southern exposure, high-performance glass to reduce heat loss and gain, and low-flow water fixtures. The building is expected to receive a silver.
Federal Building in Edmonton, Alberta
84 HUNTAIR Fan Cubes have been configured into FANWALL® for installation in spaces where conventional fans will not fit. First, old fans were cut in pieces to be removed from the air systems. Then fan cubes were moved through doorways as small as 36" where they were joined together to create.
Sturgeon Hospital in St Albert, Alberta
A 50,000 square foot addition and 20,000 square foot renovation to the existing 1990s Sturgeon Community Hospital will provide 25 percent new space for emergency treatment and day support services space for the St. Albert and outlying areas of the Edmonton region that have experienced expanding levels
Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute in Edmonton, Alberta
All those who want to improve cardiovascular care, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, rehabilitation professionals, and policy makers work together at the Mazankowski Institute. It is a place of education for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, researchers, and other health care professionals of the future.
Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre – Lakeland College in Vermillion, Alberta
Lakeland College ventilation upgrade at the Vermilion Campus Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre. This project was designed around improving performances of the mechanical system and reducing system deficiencies. Systemair’s Roof Top Energy Recovery Unit (3200 RTU) was chosen to retrofit and exemplify the upgrades chosen by the consulting engineer. The ERV RT-EC comes equipped with an Adsorption type TOTAL energy recovery wheel, ECM fans, double wall cabinets, economizer function. Pull-pull configuration and allows Airflows up to 4,600 cfm.
Fire and Flower in Alberta
Fire and Flower is “not your average” cannabis dispensary. This site is utilizing Systemair’s Horizontal low profile Energy Recovery Unit. The Topvex FR Seris is a False Ceiling Ventilator. These ventilators are especially designed to meet stringent energy requirements with low energy use, high-efficiency energy recovering. Equipped with ECM fans, a pre-programmed ERV controller with BMS compatibility. Defrost options include Hydronic/Electric pre-heat, recirculation or exhaust only. Airflows up to 3,800 CFM.
Sterling Place in Edmonton, Alberta
Sterling Place comprised of modifications to the existing HVAC system and installation of new equipment within the mechanical room and on the roof. Nortek (huntair) was used for its FANWALL technology as well as for its knock down capabilities which allowed for easy installation within the mechanical room. Nortek was paired with a 60T AAON condensing unit.
St Andre Bessette School in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
The Project is a CaGBC registered LEED-NC (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Project with the Canada Green Building Council. The goal certification level is Silver.
Aqua Air Systems provided Ventrol Stacked Air handlers with Multi-Drive Technology including airflow Totalization + 71% Effective Heat wheels c/w Catwalk system. A total of +70k CFM of supply air
Raymond Block in Edmonton, Alberta
In the heart of Old Strathcona. This building utilizes AAON horizontal water source heat pumps.
AAON heat pumps utilize a unique production methodology that integrates mass production with mass customization and allows production of hundreds of units per day. AAON Water-Source Heat Pumps are stocked and ready to ship. Replacement units match the size of conventional water-source heat pump units.
Meadowlark School in Edmonton Alberta
Four existing air handler units were removed and replaced with 4 custom Ventrol Air Handling Units. Due to the tight constraints of working with an existing building, Aqua Air supplied 4 knockdown units which were able to fit through a standard doorway, allowing the units to be assembled in the space without additional demolition of walls/doors.
The 2 units located in the upper mechanical room were constructed of lightweight aluminum to reduce due to the weight restrictions set out by the structural engineer
MacEwan University – Cooling Coil Replacement in Edmonton Alberta
The cooling coils in the existing air handlers at MacEwan University were nearing the end of their life and with all the constant leaks and maintenance required, they decided to replace them.
Aqua Air supplied 69 brand new custom cooling coils which were field measured, confirmed, and supplied over the course of a year. Aqua Air helped deliver the coils in stages in order to maximize an efficient install, building by building, while avoiding interference with on-going classes, parking, and the buildings heating/cooling needs
Atlas Growers in Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta
Atlas Grower is a licenced Canadian cannabis producer. To Comply with Health Canada’s recommendation and cannabis industry regulations, Aqua Air systems supplied odor control, filtration and ventilation system to the facility in 2018. Camfil’s activated charcoal filtration system have been widely used in Cannabis Odor removing application. Aqua Air Systems also supplied all the Twin City Exhaust Fans as well as Titus Diffusers and Grilles
Lakeland College Lab Expansion in Vermilion, Alberta
Lakeland College is a post-secondary college in Alberta, Canada. Lakeland serves over 7,000 students studying full- and part-time.
Aqua Air Systems supplied Strobic Air Tri Stack System for Lakeland College in 2019. Strobic Air Tri-Stack exhaust systems are practical, cost-effective and energy-efficient solutions for pollution abatement, re-entrainment and odor control problems. Aqua Air Systems also provided the Phoenix Valves for all the laboratory fume hoods as well as the CET Gas detection system for the explosion proof laboratory
Stantec Tower in Edmonton, Alberta
Stantec Tower is a mixed-use skyscraper currently under construction and almost completed in the Ice District in downtown Edmonton, Alberta.
Aqua Air Systems supplied Halton’s Pollution Control Unit (PCU) for the Stantec Tower in 2019 to remove exhaust air along with grease, smoke, and odor from the kitchen exhaust system as per ASHRAE standard 52.2-2007.
Riddell Library and Learning Centre Mount Royal University, Calgary Alberta
The 170,000+ square foot facility is a state-of-the-art library and resource center and was completed in 2017. The facility includes new library classrooms, a maker studio, visualization spaces, an immersion studio, and treadmill desks. The building’s low energy mechanical system includes a Semco Heatwheel, Huntair Custom Air Handling Units with FANWALL®, a Smardt Magnetic Bearing Split Air Cooled Chiller, Superior Condensing Boilers, PURE Humidifiers, Sigma Radiant Panels, Titus Fan Coils, and Systemair duct mounted Sinus Diffusers.
Calgary Airport – International Expansion in Calgary Alberta
In 2016, the Calgary International Airport (YYC), opened their new International Terminal, which was part of a $2 billion Airport Development Program. The new International Terminal adds approximately two million square feet, and includes the use of 581 geothermal wells and a double façade with automated louvers and blinds. 40 Huntair Custom Air Handling Units with FANWALL® were supplied for the new terminal, and the all of the existing air handling units in the original terminal have been retrofitted with FANWALL® as well.
Bloom Cultivation in Calgary Alberta
Bloom Cultivation is a cannabis production facility in Calgary sized at over 40,000 sq. ft. Aqua Air installed over 30 tracking pair phoenix valves and pressure monitors for room pressurization control of all grow rooms, clone rooms, flower rooms and entrances. We also provided the Camfil HEPA and Carbon filtration to ensure the site complied with Health Canada regulations and the clients own need to prevent cross-pollination of plant types.
Destination Project University of Lethbridge – Lethbridge Alberta
Destination project is aiming for LEED good certification. $280M facility. Aircuity monitors Ammonia and particulates level, total of 87 Zones in vivarium area. Airflow reduction from university lab standard constant 15ACH to lowest at 2 ACH. Annual calculated savings of $126k or 90% energy savings up to date.
SSE Block E Renovation University of Calgary, in Calgary Alberta
The Schulich School of Engineering Block E was first constructed in 1964 and was the first of the blocks to be opened at the school. 54 years later, it was decided the block was due for a renovation, and mechanical design work was initiated in the summer of 2018. Aqua Air Systems scope of the job involved the design and delivery of a 45,000CFM stacked Energy Recovery Air Handling Unit, complete with supply/return fanwalls, hydronic cooling/heating coils, filters, and space for a future humidifer. The energy recovery device used on the job was a vertically stacked heat pipe, which uses a passive refrigerant cycle to transfer sensible heat between the exhaust and supply stream at an efficiency of 62%.
University of British Columbia Earth Sciences Building in Vancouver, British Columbia
The Earth Sciences Building on the campus of University of British Columbia (UBC) houses the departments of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences, mathematics and statistics. The facility contains faculty and staff offices for each department, research laboratories, teaching spaces and lecture theatres which allows for inter- disciplinary collaboration and creativity among faculties to help advance solutions for global climate change and environmental challenges. Aqua Air supplied, started-up and programmed the Phoenix Controls hardware and new databases for this integration upgrade project that will enhance building performance and interoperability with the building automation system.
Vancouver Island University Health and Science Centre in Nanaimo, British Columbia
The Vancouver Island University (VIU) Health and Science Centre (HSC) provides relevant and responsive health and science programs in an innovative learning environment. This new 74,000 square-foot facility includes research and teaching laboratories for nursing and other health programs. Aqua Air supplied, started-up and programmed the Phoenix Controls laboratory airflow controls equipment for these critical environment applications.
Simon Fraser University SE3P in Surrey, British Columbia
Simon Fraser University’s new five-storey Sustainable Energy and Engineering Building is a modern and distinctive purpose-built facility that provides an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to energy engineering education to support the clean tech, renewable and sustainable energy sector. This 173,000 square-foot building includes a light-filled central atrium, wet and dry teaching and research laboratories, collaboration and study spaces, faculty and staff offices, recreational rooms and lounges. Aqua Air supplied, started-up and programmed the Aircuity system for real-time sensing and continuous monitoring of indoor environmental quality (IEQ). Aircuity helps ensure a healthier indoor environment and provides actionable analytics related to building performance and significant energy savings.
MacKimmie Tower Retrofit University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta
Originally built in 1962 as 6 floor then extended to 12 floors in 1972 and completely renovated in 2018 with an added floor. Highlights include:
5000 academic staff actively engaged in research scholarship and teaching. Zero Carbon performance - Double Wall façade - Renewable Energy Generation
Aqua Air provided Nortek Air Handling Units, AAON Make Up Air Units, Whalen Fan Coils and Sigma Unit Heaters.
Health Research Innovation Facility (HRIF) in Edmonton, Alberta
A translational research centre designed to create an environment for innovative "bench-to-bedside" health research by increasing interaction between researchers and clinicians focused on common medial issues. HRIF West, the hub of the complex is an 8-story building which provides the main entrance.