Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse (Denver, CO)
A displacement ventilation system in the courtrooms of the Denver Courthouse features low-velocity air introduced at the floor level to efficiently condition the space and remove indoor air pollutants. An early concern about cooling the courtrooms led to a heat load test to demonstrate system performance. The U.S. Courts are now quite pleased with the underfloor air, particularly with how quiet it is.
|Building Name||Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse|
|Architect||HOK/Anderson Mason Dale|
|Contractor||PCL Construction Services|
|Budgeted Cost||$85 million|