Imperial Oil Limited
Imperial Oil Building Facilities Management for Canadian Office Buildings
Project Date: 2006-2014
Description of the Project:
Eight year contract started in 2006, to provide ongoing Building Facilities Management for Canadian office buildings including engineering projects of all sizes as required. J+B provided design, tendering, construction and post-construction support services that included factory and site acceptance testing and commissioning.
Corporate Office – 90 Wynford Ave, Toronto: J+B was engaged in providing design and contract administration services to upgrade the chiller system, electrical distribution, and BAS for at one Imperial Oil’s Corporate Offices in Toronto. The services included mechanical and electrical design for demolishing an existing chiller in the basement boiler room of the building and replacing it with a new 400 ton centrifugal chiller. The mechanical design work included new 400 ton centrifugal chiller, new 25HP chilled water pumps, new secondary water pumps, new water filter, new pipe work, new refrigerant leak detection monitoring, alarm and control system, expanded BAS system based on Honeywell Advanced Application Controllers, control and instrumentation cabling between field devices and BAS . Project work also included a new security system, new fire alarm and communications, lighting system improvements, power factor correction equipment, as well as new space planning and new décor.
Imperial Oil Refinery Laboratory Upgrade – Nanticoke: J+B was engaged in providing design and contract administration services to upgrade the HVAC system, electrical distribution, lighting and work stations and BAS for a product testing laboratory at Imperial Oil’s Nanticoke Refinery. The services included architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical design. The electrical design work included new outdoor 4160V switchgear, new transformers, new 600v distribution, new lighting panels, new lighting, new Building Management System for HVAC system including laboratory fume hoods, and all associated cabling. Additional work included short circuit, relay coordination and arc flash studies.