The Manhattan

Dayton, OH

EnviroControl Systems served as design build contractor for historic reuse of six story office building, including six story building shell and tenant buildout in basement, and 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th floor levels. Scope of the work includes installation of a DOAS (Dedicated Outdoor Air System) unit mounted on the roof with ductwork hung in the shaft and stubs for each floor, restroom exhausts, 67 tons of cooling with a VRF system including 26 heads (cassettes or ducted units), and ductwork to provide the fresh air to each floor.

Formerly known as the J.K. McIntire Building, built in 1912, the building is best known for the upper three floors being used by the Monsanto Company, who tested the biological impact of polonium radiation as a part of the US Military, Manhattan Project.  It will now serve to house Dayton-based technology companies.

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165 E. Helena Street
Dayton, OH 45404
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