||Block 34, Lot 2.2
||OB2 – Office building zone
||1980; Renovated in 2001
|Number of Floors:
|Rentable Square Feet:
|| 1,384 surface parking spaces of which 21 are handicap
||Card key access 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
||Steel frame with concrete/metal decking
||Stone veneer truss walls and insulated glass
||Ballasted, single-ply membrane
|Typical Column Space:
||30' x 30'
||80-100 lbs. PSF
||Approximately 400 seats, complete with serving stations, grilling area and food preparation and containment facilities with much of the equipment replaced or upgraded since 2007
||Two training centers each consisting of large rooms with movable partitions to accommodate seating for approximately 100 people per room
||Level 2 data center as defined by Uptime Institute guidelines which was upgraded in 2008 highlighted by 7,000 +/- SF of 24" raised floor with dual 13.2 kV feeds via PSE&G with a power density of 55 watts/SF and a FM-200 sprinkler system
||Passenger: 8 elevators with 3,000-pound capacity, one of which also serves as a freight elevator with exclusive access to the basement and data center
Freight: One elevator with 4,000-pound capacity
||Chilled and hot water central plant with variable-air-volume indoor air handling units, feeding fan terminal units and variableair- volume boxes (most have reheat coils).
The Chiller Plant provides chilled water for the air handling unit's cooling coils consisting of 5 water-cooled chillers.
Boiler Plant provides heating hot water for various heating coils serving air handling units (AHU's), fan terminal units (FTU's or fan powered VAV boxes) and variable-air-volume boxes (VAV's). It originally consists of 5 hot water boilers that were installed around 1995. Each boiler has a dedicated primary boiler pump. There are also 3 hot water system pumps (HWP-11, 12 & 13 spare), which serve the various heating coils. Pumps HWP-11 and 12 have variable frequency drives (HWP-13 did not have a VFD).
||The typical air distribution system consists of supply ductwork connected to mostly series flow fan terminal boxes (some with hot water reheat coils) and some variable-air-volume boxes (some
with hot water reheat coils). The return air is partially ducted from the return fan, but most of the return air is by a return air plenum (non-ducted though the ceiling plenum with ceiling grilles). In a few areas, constant air volume boxes (CAV's) are provided and include reheat coils. Miscellaneous exhaust fans
provide code required exhaust for kitchen hoods, dishwasher hoods, toilets, janitor closets, etc.
The first floor Data Center is cooled by five (5)-20 ton indoor computer room air conditioning units (CAC-1, 2, 3, 4 Spare, and 5 Future). The heat is rejected by three (3)-dry coolers (DC-1, 2, 3) by pumping 35% propylene glycol using pumps P-1 and P-2, each with a VFD. The dry cooler system is designed for year-round low ambient cooling.
||The primary electrical service to the building is derived from two continuously active 13.2 kV incoming feeder lines. An automatic transfer switch is located along Livingston Avenue that selects power from the normal or backup feeder coming from the PSE&G 13.2 kV substation on Laurel Avenue.
Power is distributed to the building at 480Y/277 and 208/120 Volts.
||PEGASYS Multi-Loop panel manufactured by Kidde
||Electric & Gas: PSE&G
Water: New Jersey American Water Company
Sewer: Borough of Roseland
Telephone: Verizon, Lightpath, Optimum
||Interior loading with two loading docks and a drive-in with a hydraulic lift adjacent to the loading area
||Verizon, Lightpath and Optimum
||The building has two (2) diesel powered generators and a central uninterruptible power supply. One generator is dedicated to the building's life safety systems. The second generator provides backup power to the Data Center and PBS room loads.
The first diesel powered generator system is rated for 428kW/535kVA, 480Y/227V, 30, 4W, 60 Hertz operation.
The second diesel powered generator system is rated for 750kW/937.5kVA, 480Y/277V, 30, 4W, 60 Hertz operation.
||The PBX room contains a Liebert 400kVA, 480Y/277 Volt uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with built-in bypass
|Building Management System:
||Siemens systems provide individual control of the VAV boxes and air handlers which can be controlled remotely. Combined system monitors entire facility, including the central plant equipment, air handling equipment, VAV and perimeter zone heating. Current Siemens service contract provides bi-weekly inspections and annual upgrades.
||The building is equipped with two separate security systems – Access Control system and Video Surveillance system