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Dscn0892Insulated duct is pieced together on-site and is connected to internal and external air handling units.  The largest handler is lowered through the floor using a temporary hoist and a hole in the commons floor...Dscn0998_1

Once in the basement, the pieces of the handler are assembled on a concrete curb.  This unit will weigh over three thousand pounds when fully assembled.Dscn1045  The ducts that carry air from this handler will generally be hidden inside new walls or above suspended ceilings. In the basement, most of the ductwork will be hidden in this long perimeter chase.Dscn0889

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