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CCSD Rex Bell Elementary School

CCSD Rex Bell Elementary School, Las Vegas NV

Project Description:

TMCx Solutions, LLC was contracted by Clark County School District to provide Construction Phase commissioning for the CCSD Bell Elementary School replacement project. This project is a 107,253 square foot 2-story space located at 2900 Wilmington Way, Las Vegas, NV 89102.  It is designed to accommodate 850 students with 53 classrooms.

Scope of Work:

TMCx provided Fundamental Commissioning services for the construction phase. We conducted functional testing and pre-functional test verifications of Fluid Cooler System, Heating System, Air Handling System, Ventilation, Terminal Units, Plumbing, Electrical. In addition, we witnessed major equipment start-ups; assisted with test and balance report verification; and organized and developed project documentation as required to document the Commissioning process.  TMCx provided ongoing commissioning of the systems using Automatic Fault Detection and Diagnostics software

Project Snapshot

  • Owner:  Clark County School District
  • Project Size:  107,250 sq. ft.
  • Construction Cost:  $33M
  • GC: Martin Harris Contracting
  • Year of Completion: 2017


  • Fluid Cooler System – Fluid Cooler, Loop Water Pump
  • Heating System – Boiler, Injection Heating Water Pump
  • Air Handling System – Roof Top Unit, Outside Air Unit, AC Unit
  • Ventilation – Exhaust Fan, Kitchen Exhaust Fan
  • Terminal Units – Air Conditioning Unit, Heat Pump – Watersource

Challenges and Successes

  • Issue: Initially the mechanical piping in the mechanical room, mechanical yard and piping of the watersource heat pumps were missing the labelling      Resolution: The mechanical contractor completed the pipe labelling per the specifications.
  • Issue: There was an issue with the BACNET connection from the boilers to the BAS system which caused communication problem and initially the boiler could not be monitored on BAS.      Resolution: The controls contractor worked with the vendor until the communication issues were resolved.