Holiday Events Hosted by BPG|360

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The BPG|360 property teams hosted several holiday events for our tenants throughout the month of December. Each property team coordinated individual efforts to provide continental breakfast, afternoon cookies and treats or holiday gift baskets to the many clients we have the privilege to serve throughout the year. On behalf of the BPG|360 team, we wish everyone a wonderful Holiday season!

BPG|360 Team Completes Major Roof Top Replacement Project

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The BPG|360 Pennsylvania team along with one of our mechanical contractor partners Mechanical Solutions completed the replacement of 16 roof top air handlers during the weekend of October 20th.  The project was planned to be completed over the weekend to accommodate the building tenants needs and avoid major disruption to their line of business.  Work began Friday afternoon to disconnect all of the units scheduled for replacement.  Saturday morning, all of the old units were removed and the new ones set in place.  Sunday, electric and gas service was hooked up and all units were operational for the start of business Monday morning.

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BPG|360 Completes Chiller Replacement Project at Union Meeting Road

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The BPG|360 Pennsylvania team and one of our mechanical contractor partners, Johnson Controls recently completed the replacement of two chillers at our Union Meeting Road building.  During this past spring, the original chiller experienced a catastrophic failure that required us to position a portable chiller at the property to maintain cooling for the building while the project was engineered. 

The two new 200 Ton York chillers replaced a set of Carrier units that had operated at the property for 20 years.  The work was scheduled over several months and also included the replacement of the Chilled and Condenser Water Pumps along with the installation of Variable Frequency Drives for improved energy efficiency.  A significant amount of coordination was required and the team led by Maintenance Chief Paul Pashley worked tirelessly to make sure the work appeared to be seamless as possible to the tenants.