Tuskegee Red Tails Monument
The Tuskegee Airmen (also known as the Red Tails) were a group of primarily African American men who volunteered and bravely fought in World War II....Read More →
The National Western Center (NWC) campus now sources 90 percent of its heating and cooling from an existing 72-inch diameter wastewater infrastructure pipe, called the Delgany Interceptor. The system is the largest wastewater heat recovery (WHR) system in the U.S. to date. Once complete, seven buildings will connect to the WHR system with the capacity to expand.
The WHR system is composed of three primary elements:
On extreme hot/cold days, this system is supplemented by high-efficiency natural gas boilers and chillers, which ensures reliability and competitive cost. The success of this project required coordination between the City and County of Denver, the National Western Center Authority, National Western Stock Show, Colorado State University, Metro Water Recovery,CenTrio, AECOM and Saunders.