Otago Museum Central Plant Upgrade

07 July 2021

The Otago Museum is one of Dunedin’s foremost visitor attractions. As part of the Museums plan for modernising their internal HVAC systems, DBC Building Services were employed to replace the aged chiller and boiler and to upgrade the chilled and heating water reticulation equipment serving the exhibition halls, the humidity-controlled storage areas and the tropical habitat for the popular butterfly house.

Considering the size and age of the Museum complex, and its 350,000 visitors per year, the HVAC system is extremely energy efficient, being monitored via a digital Building Management System (BMS). DBC Building Services have provided maintenance and installation services to the Museum for over 15 years and we're proud to be involved in this investment of the building’s infrastructure and future wellbeing.

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