Jacobs HallOMNI has been awarded the Campus Systems Steam Revisions II at Jacobs Hall for the Kentucky School for the Deaf. This restored Italianate structure was originally constructed in 1857. Major Thomas Lewinski was the Architect on this original structure, who also designed Ashland, Henry Clays estate in Lexington, and White Hall, the home of Cassius Marcellus Clay in Richmond.

The project involves elimination of the campus high pressure district steam distribution system, and establishment of a new low-pressure steam boiler plant, dedicated to Jacobs Hall and located in a new boiler building on the opposite side of the parking lot, that will allow continued use of the existing legacy two-pipe steam radiator heating system in this historic structure.