UMTC Combined Heat and Power Plant
University of Minnesota
1180 Main Street SE Minneapolis, MN 55414
UMTC Combined Heat and Power Plant
Renovation | 2016

Due to its small size, this project used the Small Buildings Method for SB 2030 compliance. This method involves meeting a prescriptive set of requirements and evaluating operational energy use in comparison with an SB 2030 Standard based on those requirements. No design model is required for this method of compliance.


Project Details
LocationMinneapolis, MN
Construction TypeRenovation
Building TypePower Plant
OrganizationUniversity of Minnesota
Building Area52,830 sf
Vegetated Area0.07 acres
Number Of Stories4
Year of Occupancy2016

Design Team
ArchitectCollaborative Design Group, Inc.
Mechanical EngineerJacobs
Structural EngineerMeyer Borgman Johnson
Civil EngineerRani Engineering, Inc.
ContractorAdolfson & Peterson
Energy ModelerJacobs
Electrical EngineerJacobs
Landscape ArchitectRani Engineering, Inc.
Building ManagerUniversity of Minnesota

Design Submission Status
Design Compliance
Operations Submission Status
Operations Compliance

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