Leawood | Kansas
While raised flooring is routine in data centers, this 62,000 square foot upscale office facility in Lenexa, Kansas utilizes underfloor air in the entire building, including office spaces, a unique feature that allows substantial flexibility for quick reconfiguration of work areas.
The entire facility utilizes a 16” high raised floor system containing all of the electrical and communications systems as well as the HVAC air supply system.
The HVAC system consisted of:
3 York Air Cooled Chilers
2 High Efficiency Fulton Pulse Boilers
5 York air handling units set on the roof
Hot water distribution below the floor for reheat boxes for the underfloor system
Associated pumps, ductwork and piping
The overall project entailed the conversion of an abandoned 60,000 square foot grocery store into a state-of-the-art Operations Center with data processing and offices for Jack Henry & Associates.
Interior renovations of the empty shell building achieved exceptionally flexible workspaces and included moveable wall systems.