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The Hyannis Youth and Community Center was Completed in 2008. This project has been divided into multiple years of work, each addressing specific elements of repair as identified by consultants. Some of the repairs may yet to be discovered. This project begins to replace and upgrade worn mechanical systems as discovered under analysis funded in FY 2020.

FY 2022 work includes replacement of RTU-1 Variable Air Volume System With No Reheat Coils. It provides conditioned air for the pump room, men’s and women’s restroom, janitor/storage space, first aid office, concession area, skate rental, lower lobby, coaches offices, teen center, computer room, rink office, upper lobby, corridors, reception area, youth services office, multipurpose room, conference room, administration area, marketing MCR suite. The unit is failing and is not maintaining adequate temperatures and humidity levels. The unit will be replaced with a new rooftop unit with energy recovery, recirculation dampers, stainless steel
interior, and E coating on all coils. An ammonia evacuation system, required by code, and currently in design, will be installed. A dedicated Zamboni hot water system and other improvements as discovered and appropriate will also be included.

FY 2023 funding will install additional controls for RTU-1 to improve air quality including CO2 sensors, hot water reheats and a hot water boiler plant.

FY 2024 funding will replace units ERV1 and ERV2, which serves the gym and locker rooms. These units will be replaced with the inclusion of CO2 demand control, and volume dampers. All units will have stainless steel interiors and E coating on all coils.

FY 2025 funding will replace the MAU1 unit, which provides makeup air to parts of the building. Currently the unit is not providing adequate temperatures and humidity to the interior spaces. An interlock with the kitchen vent system will be installed.

FY 2026 funding will replace the DH1 unit, which provides dehumidification to rink 1.

To be funded by $1,484,000 of the March 2022 Bonds - 2.80% of the 2021 Capital Budget