Located in the hip and trendy neighborhood of East Nashville is Edgefield Church, a historic three-story building still standing thanks to its deep roots on the corner of the block and in the community. Unlike school or company building jobs, Lee Company’s HVAC and mechanical systems remodel for Edgefield Church was unorthodox. The Lee Company team recommended a complete overhaul of the system, but that entailed large HVAC and mechanical equipment that weighed a thousand pounds per unit, and installing the new units and ductwork would prove to be tight in many places. They were also to be assembled in places that were difficult to reach, including the three-story attic and the depths of the basement.
35,929 square feet
Duration: 11 months (May 2021 – April 2022)
Scope of Work:
- Designing and building the entirety of the HVAC remodel project. This included a Mitsubishi LEV kit to control the performance of a climate changer air handler.
- 4 Mitsubishi VRF units, with low ambient hoods (outdoors)
- 2, 20-ton performance climate changers sized at 83” wide and 72” tall. We disassembled the units in order to fit in a 36” door.
- 2, 7.5-ton split systems and 2, 5-ton split systems
- 6 ceiling mounted exhaust fans
- 2, 58x13 fire-smoke dampers
- 2, 40x37 motorized dampers, with louvers
- Our controls group custom-built controls with a Mitsubishi multi-zone controller in the education wing for the VRF system.
- Maneuvering tight spaces to install ductwork in the attic and basement of the church.