An energy audit is like a medical check-up for your building. You wouldn’t trust the care and well being of your body to an untrained person, and you shouldn’t trust the evaluation of your building to an inexperienced engineer.
Our energy engineers have audited more than 150 million square feet of buildings. A successful energy project starts with a comprehensive energy audit. We pride ourselves on only using experienced engineers for our audits because we understand that it is critical that the person doing the audit doesn’t just check boxes and record equipment model and serial numbers. They need to understand the complexity of buildings and systems and how they work in order to identify the best opportunities.
Griffith Engineering’s audit experience ranges from high level ASHRAE level 1 audits to full investment grade energy studies. We can deliver recommendations on all energy and water consuming systems, including HVAC equipment, fans, pumps, lighting, plumbing fixtures, kitchen equipment, and more. The goal of all of our audits is to provide our clients with the information needed to make informed decisions about the future of their buildings and direction of their projects.
Fort Greely, Delta Junction, AK (100+ buildings)
Fort Irwin National Training Center, San Bernardino, CA (174
Colonial School District, New Castle, DE (14 schools)
Hoke County Schools, Raeford, NC (13 schools)Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s,
Newfoundland, Canada (49 buildings)
Western Nevada College, Carson City, NV (16 buildings)
Valley Hospital Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV
Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, MD
Sumter County Government, Sumter, SC (11 buildings)
Knox County Government, Knoxville, TN (78 buildings)
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA
Daiken America Plant, Decatur, AL
I.M. Pei Building, Wilmington, DE
One City Place, White Pains, NY
Philip Morris Headquarters and Research Facility, Richmond,
- Thorough building analysis
- Increased understanding of building energy consumption
- Identification of current system deficiencies
- Development of recommended energy conservation measures (ECMs)