Electrical / Chilled Water / Steam Production
- Central Utility Plant (CUP) and three satellite utility plants (SUP1, SUP2, SUP3)
- 50 MW Electrical generation capacity (one gas turbine and two steam turbine generators)
- 410 mlb/hr – 600 psi steam production capacity
- 30 mlb/hr – 60 psi steam production capacity
- 52,000 tons – chilled water production capacity to serve campus cooling requirements
- 27 heating hot water boilers and six heat exchangers to serve campus heating requirements
Building Automation Systems
- Centralized monitoring and response to comfort issues and demand-side management
- Over 200,000 Building automation system control points
- 19.5 million GSF of heated and cooled building space that is monitored and controlled
- 10 million GSF using direct digital building automation
Electrical Distribution Systems
- 300 miles of electrical cable
- 1,100 building transformers
- 127 building emergency generators
- 4,500 street, parking lot and pedestrian walkway lights
Solid Waste and Recycling
- 6 Solid waste collection vehicles
- Solid waste collection containers across Main and Riverside Campus
- 150 Recycling stations
- 3 Major campus recycling collection locations
Water Production and Treatment
- 14 million gallons per day production capacity
- 9.1 million gallon storage capacity, with redundant water transmission lines from well field to campus
- 3 deep wells (3,200 feet)
- 1 intermediate well (1,300 feet)
- 3 shallow wells (500 feet)
Waste Water Treatment
- 4 million gallon per day capacity WWTP serving Main Campus
- 125,000 gallon per day WWTP serving Riverside Campus
Plumbing Distribution Systems
- Over 150 miles of piping to distribute and collect chilled water, heating hot water, domestic cold water, domestic hot water, steam / condensate, sanitary sewer, storm water, and natural gas
Business Services manages the procurement process and departmental inventory in three warehouses, annual budgeting, financial and budget reporting for both internal and external customers.
HR & Administrative Services manages the departmental human resources, payroll, communications, training, vehicle fleet, telephone and administrative support.
IT & Energy Services manages the campus building automation system, campus utility metering systems, energy stewardship program, and building retro-commissioning process. Provides all department IT service, including desktop support, server management and fiber/network infrastructure. The energy services team is also the first responder to all campus building HVAC related work requests and environmental control.
Technical Services manages the campus utility infrastructure drawings and utility projects under $4 million, acts as a liaison to Facilities Planning and Construction (FPC) on major capital projects (over $4 million), provides design guideline input to FPC for campus construction, represents UES on campus construction projects and provides process engineering support to production facilities.
Analytical Services manages the campus energy consumption and budget projections, approval of purchased energy invoices, customer invoicing, utility rate setting, cost recovery, energy analysis, and reporting.
Maintenance Services provides reliability-centered equipment and system maintenance program for utility plant production equipment. Responsible for the preventive / predictive program and reparative maintenance for utility plant equipment.
Production Services manages and optimizes production of chilled water, heating hot water, domestic hot water, electricity and steam at the Central Utility Plant (CUP), three Satellite Utility Plants (SUP) and John B Connelly (JBC) building. This effort requires full-time staffing with 24/7/365 services.
Water & Environmental Services manages the campus water production, transmission and distribution systems as well as the waste water collection and treatment systems. Provides solid waste collection and recycling services as well as environmental compliance for production facilities. Manages and maintains all water distribution and collections systems, including chilled water, heating hot water, domestic hot water, domestic cold water, steam/condensate, sanitary sewer, and storm drain systems.
Electrical Services manages the campus electrical distribution systems, substation, switching stations, transformers, exterior lighting for streets, parking lots, and pedestrian walkways, and building emergency generators. Provides management and support of the distributed monitoring and control systems in all production facilities and utility plant instrumentation and control.