As a leading partner with Daikin, HTS was chosen as the basis of design for the new construction of the 4,000,000 square foot Daikin Texas Technical Park (DTTP) in Waller, TX. This massive project was completed in late 2016 and is said to be the largest tilt-wall construction building in the world.
The DTTP is a manufacturing and logistics campus hosting over 5,000 employees and producing a variety of HVAC equipment. The construction of this facility required several sustainable systems for the Distribution Center, Manufacturing Building, Lab Building, Modular Central Plant, and Office Building.
Among the masses of systems installed throughout the building, HTS provided LEED® Gold qualified equipment for the Office Building portion of this project. The design included a Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) System, plus 34 Daikin Rebel, Maverick I and Maverick II Rooftop Units.
Using Daikin and Johnson Air Rotation products, HTS provided and installed:
- 17 Johnson Air Rotation Units (ARUs) totaling 1,068,100 cfm airflow just in the Distribution Center
- 9 Johnson ARUs
- 20 Daikin Skyline Outdoor Air Handling Units (AHUs)
- 17 Daikin Destiny AHUs and Fan Coil Units (FCUs) in the Manufacturing Building
- 9 Daikin Vision Indoor AHUs
- 4 Daikin RPS Rooftop Units
- 40 Daikin FCUs and Daikin Destiny AHUs
- Daikin Fan Powered Variable Air Volume (VAV) boxes
- 2,500 ton Daikin AWS Air-Cooled Chiller for the Lab Building
The project was completed with four 1,425 ton WME Magnitude Magnetic Bearing Chillers and a 60,000 MBH boiler system in the Modular Central Plant.
Ultimately, Daikin’s facility will better serve its customers, employees, and the environment while allowing the company to consolidate all of its departments into one primary location.