The National Great Rivers Museum, opened in October of 2003, is one of eleven planned regional visitor centers operated by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. Located adjacent to the Melvin Price Locks and Dam, this 12,000-square-foot facility is the result of a collaboration of the Corps and the nonprofit Meeting of the Great Rivers Foundation and tells the story of the Mississippi River. The Museum features state of the art interactive displays and exhibits that help visitors understand the many aspects of the Mississippi River and how it affects our lives.
Upgraded the existing equipment manufacturer controls with a Johnson Controls system, using BACnet integration on all system VFD’s and Trane chillers; providing a robust but end-user friendly system. The new design allows for remote access control to help monitor and adjust equipment.
Air Handling Unit, 9 VAV’s, Heating Hot Water System and Chilled Water System