Educational

The advancement of education for our youth is an investment in the future of our communities. Understanding this, Lind’s utilizes our professional skills to supply functional and purposeful learning space for students to achieve their ambitions. By improving the function and comfort of educational facilities through means of efficient and state of the art plumbing and heating systems, we promote alertness and good health. By also providing more efficient fixtures and equipment, operating costs are lowered, permitting precious funds to be spent toward educational purposes.
  • Mapleton Early College/Mapleton Expeditionary School of the Arts

    Mapleton Early College/Mapleton Expeditionary School of the Arts

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The MEC/MESA totaled around 78,000 square feet. This school secondary/make-up heating system was completed with a hydronically fed Energy Recovery Units. The plumbing systems consisted of low-flow water efficient fixtures to help achieve LEED Gold. Science rooms were supplied with the latest technology.

  • Clayton Partnership School/Academy High School at Skyview Campus

    Clayton Partnership School/Academy High School at Skyview Campus

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The Clayton Academy Schools totaled around 64,000 square feet. This school was similar in statue to the MEC/Mesa Project. These schools strived to push the boundaries of new learning in the Colorado Educational System.

  • North Valley School for Young Adults and Campus Library

    North Valley School for Young Adults and Campus Library

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The NVYAC was the final piece of the puzzle located on the Mapleton Campus. The NVYAC was a renovation and addition of the existing campus building. The majority of the work was renovating the existing locker rooms and completely renewing the mechanical systems with new equipment.

  • Sargent Jr./Sr. High School

    Sargent Jr./Sr. High School

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The Sargent School’s primary heating and cooling system is operational through a geo-thermal exchange type system. The secondary or backup system is run with radiant in-floor heating. These systems along with low flow fixtures helped this school become LEED certified.

  • Craig Middle School

    Craig Middle School

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The heating system installed in the Craig Middle School consists of modulating boilers to maximize natural gas usage, delivering better efficiency and lower operating costs. To add to energy and maintenance savings, domestic how water is produced through use of multiple tankless water heaters. In conjunction with hot water storage and re-circulation lines running throughout the building, lower operating costs are achieved. To combat the spread of germs and create a healthier environment, all restroom faucets and flush-o-meters are installed using photo-eye technology.

  • Miami-Yoder School

    Miami-Yoder School

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    The rural Miami Yoder School District uses a highly efficient geo-thermal system for their primary heating and cooling demands. Due to varying conditions affecting ground climate, a secondary in-slab radiant heating system is also installed. This application of heating and cooling combines with domestic hot water produced via 10 tankless water heaters and ultra-efficient low water consumption fixtures helped the educational facility become LEED certified.

  • Rockwell Hall @ Colorado State University

    Rockwell Hall @ Colorado State University

    Contractor: Dohn Construction

    Located on the Colorado State University campus, Rockwell Hall required detailed mechanical coordination in order to make use of the campus’ existing underground steam plant system. Noted in the planning stage were the requirements to ensure proper care when excavating close to trees so as to not damage their growth. Once the pre-insulated, double containment piping was in place to the new building, steam to water heat exchangers took over the work of hot water demand. As with the heating, conversion from existing campus chiller plants into a hydronic use completed the four pipe system serving this new building.

  • Afflerbach Elementary School

    Afflerbach Elementary School

    Contractor: Dohn Construction

    The Afflerbach Elementary heating design and installation makes use of high efficiency modulating boilers serving fan coil units located throughout the school. The facility also chose to include the advantages of photo-eye technology to operate faucets and flush-o-meters.

  • Ryan and Sanchez Elementary Schools

    Ryan and Sanchez Elementary Schools

    Contractor: Golden Triangle Construction, Inc.

    Ryan and Sanchez Elementary Schools added core restroom groups to the existing building with the use of low flow water efficient fixtures. The existing portion of the schools’ classroom faucets were replaced with identical low flow fixtures. The hydronic systems were updated with new VFD driven pumps and additional hydronic piping was added to the additions of the new classrooms for the space heating requirements.

  • Webber Middle School - Poudre Valley School District

    Webber Middle School - Poudre Valley School District

    Contractor: Sampson Construction

    An upgrade to the existing hydronic heating system serving this educational facility included connection to new unit ventilators and coil units. Upgrades were also made to restroom facilities by replacing the majority of china, faucets, and water closet / urinal flush valves.

  • Sunset, East and Ridgeview Elementary Schools

    Sunset, East and Ridgeview Elementary Schools

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    Coming soon...

  • Weldon Valley School

    Weldon Valley School

    Contractor: The Neenan Company

    Coming soon...