An investment grade energy audit of 26 schools totaling 2,200,000 square feet. The project identified $268,900 in annual monetary savings.
Energy upgrades in a 500,000 square foot manufacturing facility including replacement of chillers, cooling towers, chilled and condenser water pumps, and development of new controls sequences of operation and points lists to optimize operational efficiency in two central plants.
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.
An investment grade energy audit of 26 buildings on three campuses resulted in identification of over $1.3 million in annual energy savings. The campuses include research laboratories, office buildings, and a communications building totaling 5,400,000 square feet.
The energy audit of buildings on this campus included thorough site investigations, review of drawings of existing buildings and systems, and detailed energy models to assess the efficiency of the campus-wide heating and cooling system.
Located on the Clark Atlanta University campus, this $12,000,000 utility plant also serves the neighboring Morehouse and Spelman College campuses.
The energy audit of this manufacturing plant identified options for reducing energy consumption and energy costs, and included a plan for replacement of aging HVAC equipment. Griffith Engineering also designed a new modular centralized chilled water system to serve multiple buildings.
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.