P1 Group wins mechanical project at OU Utility Plant

NORMAN, Okla. – P1 Group, Inc. is pleased to announce it has won the mechanical construction work on the Utility Plant #4 project at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla.

This new 50,000-square-foot plant will tie the heating and cooling systems into an existing plant across campus through underground tunnels. These improvements will allow for future campus growth, as well as use recycled energy by simultaneously generating electricity, steam and chilled water.

This project is scheduled to be completed in December 2010.

Scope of Work

  • 15MW of electricity generation using two gas-fired combustion turbines
  • 10,000 tons of chilled water production capacity, with provision for an additional 7,500 tons of future capacity
  • 180,000 pounds per hour of steam generation capacity using a boiler and two heat recovery steam generators
  • A 1,200-foot underground tunnel housing chilled water and steam distribution piping to connect the new plant to the existing campus infrastructure

 Congratulations to the following associates who were integral in securing this work for P1 Group:

  • Pete McCall, Executive Vice President
  • Scott Heun, Construction Division Manager
  • Jerry Phillips, Chief Mechanical Estimator
  • Mike Mihalchik, Estimator
  • Jerry King, Estimator

 Scott Heun will manage this project.

 The University of Oklahoma was founded in 1890 and serves approximately 30,000 students.

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