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Unique Metal Works has been working diligently on their scope of the new four-story, 475,000 sqft Attleboro High School. Unique was subcontracted by their sister company Arden Engineering Constructors to fabricate and install 600,000 lbs. of sheet metal ductwork, 400 VAV’s and 60 exhaust fans for laboratories, vocational classrooms, and kitchens, as well as nine vehicle exhaust systems for the automotive shop.
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Black iron exhaust duct for 1st floor culinary kitchen.
Black iron duct for exhaust in culinary kitchen.
View of 1st and 2nd floors show insulated and non-insulated ductwork.
View of 1st and 2nd floors show insulated and non-insulated ductwork.
Currently, they are working on the northside of the building, installing ductwork for each floor. Much of the duct has been fabricated and transported for easy installation before other trade work being performed. The duct will support the rooftop AHU units for the required make-up air and VRF cooling distribution throughout the building.
VRF ductwork and piping for classrooms.
VRF ductwork and piping for classrooms.
Duct cart for easy distrubution.
Duct cart for easy distribution.
Duct to FCU and terminal boxes (VAVs).

Duct to FCU and terminal boxes (VAVs).

Duct to FCU and terminal boxes (VAVs).