The Rolex Building in Dallas’s Harwood district is a multi-use building with over 135,000 square feet of office, retail, and residential space. It is a collaboration between the Harwood International Architecture firm and Kengo Kuma & Associates. The first building to open in the Harwood district, the Rolex building is situated in an environment surrounded by luxurious restaurants, gardens, and art curation. Its offices are Class AA, and its residences and retail spaces are state-of-the-art. Staxmatic installed the plumbing and HVAC for the facility, including a condenser water system, two roof-mounted cooling towers, and a chill water system to support the data center.
City Wide Mechanical is installing both the Plumbing and the HVAC on the new down-town Dallas Rolex Building. From the HVAC side it is a condenser water system with two roof-mounted cooling towers that use vertical self contained air handler units. There is also a chill water system that feeds into the data center.