Portfolio | Clallam Bay Corrections Center

Second chances

Project Overview

Infrastructure upgrades and boiler plant redesign for this 1985 medium, closed, and maximum correctional facility located on Washington’s Olympic peninsula.

Services Performed
  • Clallam Bay, WA

Clallam Bay Corrections Center is a remote facility that was due for infrastructure upgrades that included a new and efficient hydronic hot water boiler plant to serve the campus. The existing boiler plant will be served by four new highly efficient 4,000 MBtu condensing boilers that will provide a substantial increase in energy efficiency over the previous fuel oil boilers. The system was converted from fuel oil to propane to provide a cleaner heat source and the previous, inefficient steam system was eliminated. Additionally, the resiliency of the system will be increased to N+1.

The correctional facility partnered with UMC to give the campus a second chance at capturing energy efficiency measures that became available following an Investment Grade Audit (IGA) performed by UMC. While still under construction, the project is on track to meet the guaranteed savings identified in the IGA.

Additional upgrades incorporated include:
— New variable flow HW pumping system
— HVAC upgrades
— Turnkey Lighting retrofit to LED
— Complete Controls replacement
— Domestic heating water upgrades
— Kitchen and laundry equipment replacement


New boilers

Reduced Carbon

Eliminate Inefficient Steam and Provide Cleaner Fuel Source

Improved Illumination

New Lighting


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