The Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) used dollars from a General Obligation (GO) bond to fund deferred facility maintenance, including but not limited to replacement of two 400-ton chillers, west-side cooling tower installation, replacement of the northwest wing air handling unit, replacement of the east wing air handling unit, replacement of the smoke control system, replacement of the damper control system, central atrium air volume speeds and fan replacement, electrical upgrades, and a new boiler.
These critical deferred maintenance tasks were completed in at least five separate phases to minimize disruption to the fully operational museum, a landmark in Denver’s cultural and educational facilities, and an accredited facility by the American Association of Museums.
Square Footage: Varies
Owner: Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Architect: BCER Engineering