HPAC Engineering, Mar. 2017, by Climacool Corp.
http://hpac.com/air-conditioning/modular-chillers-reduce-energy-ownership-costs-ensure-uptime

"At the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato, Calif., an independent biomedical research facility focused on the connection between aging and chronic disease, prepared to embark on a 60,000-sq-ft expansion of its 185,000-sq-ft research facility, [they] sought a HVAC solution that not only could provide added capacity, but would optimize energy efficiency, minimize overall consumption, and reduce total cost of ownership. With the facility running on 100 percent single-pass outdoor air and requiring six air changes per hour—any HVAC-component downtime would require a complete shutdown of the facility—the Buck Institute needed a solution that also would minimize downtime—both during construction and post-occupancy—with built-in redundancies."