Stanton Tower, a 120-unit high-rise apartment building for low-income residents, was being served by a 30-year-old boiler system, consisting of eight boilers, which included three combination units for domestic hot water. Schemmer designed a new system that separated these two systems so the building is no longer dependent on a single system for these separate functions. This results in greater efficiency by not running the boilers during the summer season.
High-efficiency condensing boilers, domestic water heaters, water softeners with a new domestic hot water storage tank and domestic hot water booster pumps and controls replaced existing systems and equipment. Domestic water gate valves were replaced with ball valves.