Renovation to the existing over 100-year old prison. The project scope included the conversion of the prison water system from city water to a new, 1,000,000-gallon water tank with a domestic water pump building, resulting in a self-supporting water system should city water become unavailable. Also included in the project scope was the conversion of numerous campus small cooling systems and central steam heating to a water-cooled chilled water plant with heating hot water. The central plant contains 1,800 tons of cooling capacity; boilers are a dual design in order to utilize small boilers for domestic hot water production and large boilers for campus heating. The plant serves approximately 700,000 SF.