- Three fire-tube boilers, sized at 700, 700 and 350 boiler horsepower
- High efficiency, high turndown (10:1), low-NOx burners with oxygen trim control and variable speed burner fans
- New automated controls, metering system, all tied to the campus environmental monitoring system
- New reverse osmosis water system for boiler make-up water, which significantly lowered the amount of boiler chemicals used and reduced the amount of boiler blowdown and associated energy losses
- New deaerator, feed water pumps, condensate receiver, and transfer pumps
- New electrical service to the boiler plant
- Automated surface blowdown control, based on total dissolved solids. Blowdown heat recovery system.
- Steam traps were repaired or replaced over the entire campus. Leaking valves and pressure-reducing valves were also repaired or replaced to reduce steam system losses.
- Some of the old condensate receivers/pumps were not functioning properly, and condensate was being sent to drain. This equipment was repaired or replaced, and condensate was returned to the plant.