This project included the installation of a Biomass boiler system at 9,953 ft. elevation for the Southpark Park and Recreation Center in Colorado. The JBH PM managed the installation of the boiler room built within a storage connex. The boiler will be used for heating pool water during the summer and for temperature control within the air handling units. Biomass is a biological material derived from living or recently living organisms. Generally, Biomass used to generate energy consists of plant-based material but can also run on animal and vegetable derived materials. The Southpark Park and Recreation center will use wood pellets obtained from local trees killed by beetles. By using this wood fuel, the boiler is a renewable energy source that releases no more Carbon Dioxide then the plant would have naturally released into the atmosphere and the center will save an approximate $40,000 annually in heating costs.