Waupun Correctional Facility

Waupun, WI | Energy

Overview

ISG worked with Waupun Correctional Facility to overhaul its existing mechanical and electrical systems, yielding more efficient and consistent building operations.


Opportunity

In order to reduce energy usage and improve sustainability, Waupun Correctional Facility planned major mechanical and electrical system upgrades.

Solution

ISG led designs for the replacement of a number of mechanical and electrical systems at Waupun Correctional Facility. In order to install two new 43,000 lb/hr gas/oil package boilers and one new 60,000 lb/hr gas/oil package boiler—all with fintube economizers—the team needed to plan the demolition of the facility’s three 40,000 lb/hr coal-fired boilers and one 60,000 lb/hr de-rated gas/oil boiler. ISG also helped the facility replace its existing water softening system, condensate tank and pumps, feedwater pumps, blowdown tank, air compressors, fuel oil tank, and fuel oil pumps.

The new DCS system was installed with individual controls for each boiler, as well as a plant-wide balance of all controls to provide redundant input/output (I/O) and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to support and maintain the facility’s security and power systems.


Market News

ISG adds Dynamic Talent to Further Advance Resources for Clients

ISG, a professional design and engineering firm, continually strives to find the right solutions for its clients. With 12 diverse markets that expand across the Midwest, the services offered strengthen relationships through the talented pool of employee owners that comprise ISG’s multi-disciplinary team.
Read More

ISG Adds Strategic Talent to Bolster Water, Transportation, and Government Business Units

February 11, 2021 (Mankato, Minnesota) – ISG is excited to welcome Darrell Pettis, PE, to its growing team. As Le Sueur County’s County Administrator, and previously their County Engineer, his vast experience covers leadership, administration, and engineering. Some of the significant works Pettis completed at Le Sueur County included multiple government buildings leading planning, design, and finances to bring those to life.
Read More