MILLARD HORIZON HIGH SCHOOL
Located in the Coventry Development, on the southwest corner of 204th and Q Street, Millard Horizon High School (MHHS) is the first school to be built as a part of an anticipated campus concept on fifty acres owned by the Millard Public Schools.
Millard Horizon High School, a 46,000 S.F., $7.5 million facility, will address student needs for a smaller, personal, structured environment. The Millard Public Schools recognizes that some students do better in a smaller, more personal environment. The focus will be on academic success and credit recovery resulting in all students meeting graduation requirements. MHHS will also house, in a separate wing, four Career Academies open to students from all MPS high schools.
Engineered Controls began working with Millard Public Schools in 2002 and throughout the past 13 years has work on a number of school district projects. Millard Public Schools wanted a contractor that could deliver a state of the art building management system with open communications protocols to obtain the flexibility and interoperability they desired. The combination of Engineered Controls and Honeywell’s WEBs product met all of Millard Public Schools needs then, today and will continue to well into the future.
The building management system consists of a Honeywell WEBs system architecture and controls a mixture of mechanical and electrical equipment including OAUs, MAUs, VFDs, WSHPs, Geothermal HP Loop, Pumps and EFs.
The Honeywell WEBs network monitors and controls in excess of 8,500 points.
- Building Automation and Controls
- 3rd Party Integration