University Power Center

Architectural design for new Power Center serving the University of Cincinnati campus

The first phase of the University Power Center, designed by Cambridge Seven Associates, was strategically located on a prominent site between the University of Cincinnati's main campus and the Medical Center campus, and was designed to serve the long-term needs of both. C7A returned to complete the $105-million second phase of the Power Center, which added the chiller and cooling tower capacity necessary to produce 20,000 tons of chilled water as well as a new 48 mega-watt co-generation plant accommodating two combustion turbines with heat recovery boilers and a steam turbine generator.