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USPS Atlanta

Project Overview

In the dynamic industry of commercial infrastructure, the role of mechanical systems is critical to building operations. In this most recent project, the Jarrell team completed a multifaceted installation project which included a diverse range of mechanical systems for a new USPS fulfillment center based in Atlanta, GA.

This project consisted of the following system installations:

  • 43 rooftop units (RTU's)
  • 6 mini splits
  • 3 air compressors with air dryers and storage tanks
  • 20 exhaust fans
  • Compressed air loop around the building
  • VAV boxes throughout the administration areas
  • New duct work throughout
  • Plumbing work throughout




Project Scope

The scope of the project was extensive, requiring a comprehensive approach to develop the building's mechanical infrastructure. The installation of rooftop units (RTUs) acted as the cornerstone of the initiative, ensuring optimal heating, ventilation, and air conditioning throughout the facility. Additionally, the 6 mini-split systems were strategically placed to supplement localized climate control needs. The inclusion of 3 air compressors equipped with air dryers and storage tanks supported operational efficiency, while the installation of 20 exhaust fans contributed to maintaining air quality. Lastly, a compressed air loop was designed to further enhance the building's functionality.

USPS Atlanta Project

Challenges & Solutions

The project posed several challenges for Jarrell, centered around the complexity of interconnecting various systems to achieve seamless functionality. Coordinating the installation of rooftop units while minimizing disruption to ongoing operations required in-depth planning and execution. The installation of VAV boxes throughout the administration areas presented a unique challenge in achieving uniform airflow and temperature regulation. The integration of new ductwork and plumbing throughout the establishment had to be flawlessly executed to ensure optimal distribution and efficient functionality.

The integration of the mechanical systems not only improved and stream-lined the facilities infrastructure, but also significantly enhanced occupant comfort and operational efficiency. 

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