The West Plant project included construction of a new combined utility plant designed to deliver central chilled water, steam and compressed air. The three-story, 40,000-square-foot structure has the cooling towers on its roof. The total chiller capacity of 12,500 tons achieved via five 2,500-ton chillers in a constant primary and variable volume secondary chilled water loop. The steam equipment consisted of two new 225,000 pounds/hour nominal capacity steam boilers with a dual drive forced draft combustion fans, two turbine driven boiler feed water pumps, one electric driven boiler feed water pump with variable frequency drive (VFD), two 18,000 gallon condensate surge tanks, two turbine driven condensate supply pumps, one electric driven condensate supply pump (with VFD), one 20,000-gallon reverse osmosis (RO) water surge tank, two RO water transfer pumps (with VFD), two RO skids capable of 100 gpm, three electric-driven RO water feed pumps, two RO prefilter units, and a chemical treatment system. The project also included campuswide underground distribution piping including high-pressure steam, condensate lines, compressed air, chilled water supply and return piping. Piping was installed in walkable tunnels, utility trenches and direct buried.