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PPI's BCD Division

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A brief overview and introduction to the Building and Construction Division (BCD), one of the Divisions of the Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI).

BCD Field Reports

The following videos illustrate projects which have been awarded the prestigious BCD Project of the Year Award.

Society Orlando High-rise Complex Finds Keys to HVAC and Plumbing Success

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The Society Orlando is a two-tower, 1.5-million-square-foot, high-rise project in downtown Orlando, Florida that uses PP-RCT and PEX pipes from Uponor to supply hot- and cold-water plumbing distribution and a hybrid air-and-water system involving condenser-chilled water from a rooftop cooling tower. These piping materials cut installation costs by 70 percent.

Alaskan Police Station Locks Up Heating Efficiency and Safety with PEX Hydronic Systems

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New police headquarters in Wasilla, AK has the latest technology to supply heat and keep walkways free of snow & ice, critical components where sub-zero temperatures and five feet of snow are common in the winter. The hydronic radiant floor heating and snow and ice melting systems utilize cross linked polyethylene tubing from MrPEX Systems.

Water Supply Piping System Challenge Met at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas

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PP-RCT piping in nominal diameters 4 to 18 inches from Asahi/America was selected for chilled and heating water, condenser water, plus domestic hot water piping in new dormitories, classrooms, dining facilities and a chapel at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

Keeping Utah's Longest Pedestrian Bridge Clear of Snow and Ice

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The 970-foot-long pedestrian bridge at Utah Valley University (UVU) in Orem, UT utilizes a hydronic snow and ice melting system combining PEX tubing from REHAU with PP-RCT piping from Uponor.

Hydronic Snow & Ice Melting System Clears Path Where Pioneers Once Walked

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The modern solution for defeating ice and snow to make areas safe for visitors at This is the Place Heritage Park in Utah required more than 40,000 feet of PEX tubing from Rehau.  The system also protects 30,000 sq ft of new concrete from salt damage.

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