U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mississippi Valley Division


Investment grade energy audit of over 150 buildings totaling more than 1.525 million square feet, located within the six Districts of the Mississippi Valley Division.

Naval Air Station Jacksonville


An energy audit of 30 buildings focusing on HVAC and HVAC control systems and identification of Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs). The identified $203,875 in annual monetary savings.

Naval Station Mayport

Development of design scope narratives and 30% design documents for improvements to HVAC systems serving multiple buildings on the base 1,464,790 square feet.

63rd Army Regional Support Command Facilities


Preliminary energy audits of buildings at four locations totaling over 790,000 square feet.

Fort Wainwright


An energy audit of 17 buildings totaling over 750,000 square feet identified $313,000 in annual energy savings opportunities.

Dugway Proving Ground


An investment grade energy audit of over 40 buildings totaling over 2,000,000 square feet including laboratories, offices, residential buildings, shops, and warehouses. The audit identified $250,000 in annual energy savings.

Fort Gordon

Griffith Engineering has provided energy engineering and engineering design services on multiple energy conservation related projects at Fort Gordon.

Fort Greely


Energy audit, report writing, and technical development of an investment grade energy audit of over 100 buildings in the most extreme climate in North America, resulting in identification of $800,000 in annual energy savings.

Fort Irwin National Training Center


An investment grade energy audit of 174 buildings totaling more than 2,200,000 square feet.

Fort Sill


An energy audit of more than 250 buildings at Fort Still - the home of the United States Army Field Artillery School - identified over $1,000,000 in annual energy savings.

McAlester Army Ammunition Plant

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A part of the Joint Munitions Command, McAlester Army Ammunition Plant resides on 45,000 acres in the heart of Oklahoma an manufactures over 80,000 bombs each year for the U.S. Army. Griffith Engineering was part of the team tasked with reducing energy consumption base wide.

Naval Air Station Oceana


An investment grade energy audit, energy models, and engineering design services for new systems in 43 buildings. This $44,000,000 project encompassed over 2.3 million square feet of buildings.

Naval Air Station Pensacola

This project included the design of a new chilled water plant, service offices adjacent to hangars, and new energy efficient lighting systems for office and hangar areas totaling over 250,000 square feet.

White Sands Missile Range


An investment grade energy audit and energy models for more than 2,000,000 square feet of buildings. The effort identified $1,900,000 in annual energy savings.