Antelope Station

Antelope Station


Location: Aurora, CO

General Contractor: The Industrial Company (TIC)

Project Engineer: Zachery Engineering

Architect and Structural Engineer: Chesley Alexander Architect and Roy Wooten Engineer

Supply and Erect: J&M Steel

Project Time Frame: 6 months – August 2010 – January 2011

Total Cost: $6.1 million

Project Overview and Scope:

  • Constructed a separate engine hall and maintenance building
  • Engine hall and maintenance building erected simultaneously
  • Kinetics sound barrier material on the roof and walls reduces noise transmission

Key Features:

  • Engine hall measures 610′ X 75′ and houses 18 Wartsila natural gas-fired generators, which supplement power to the grid during peak production
  • Engine hall includes interior masonry walls, an elevated industrial equipment platform, 3 2.5 ton bridge cranes, and 36 large supply fans and louvers
  • Building includes 3 large, continuous ridge vents to move air efficiently
  • Maintenance/control building measures 130′ X 130′ and incldues several offices and labs, as well as a maintenance shop and its own 2.5 ton bridge crane.

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