Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Brookhaven Support Buildings
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s (CHOA) Brookhaven Support Buildings utilize varying levels of combined MEP infrastructure in the built-to-suit, single-tenant design. The HVAC system is served by a water-cooled, magnetic-bearing chilled water plant that supplies chilled water variable-air-volume (VAV) air handling units located on each floor. Dedicated outdoor air systems with energy recovery supply tempered, dehumidified air to each floor enabling building pressurization control and enhanced operational efficiency of the VAV systems. HVAC condensate harvesting and a resilient electrical and adaptive lighting design provide added levels of high performance for the facility.
The Support Buildings encompass two, eight-story towers totaling 600,000 square feet on the 45-acre healthcare campus in Atlanta, Georgia. The buildings serve as CHOA’s Administrative hub and include two cafeterias, a fitness center, conferencing space, and a multi-level, above-grade parking deck.