- Energy Audits
- Higher Education
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.
Fit-up of 2,400 square feet to accommodate Launch Pointe, whose mission is to provide students with opportunities to participate in internships, apprenticeships, and entrepreneurship experiences to augment their classroom activity.
Fit-up of a 5,500 square foot surgery center.
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.
The comprehensive evaluation of the electrical system serving this federal facility, included a report of the condition of the systems and recommendations to provide redundancy and reduce downtime.
This 90,000 square foot building houses a retail center where goods are donated and purchased, and a corporate office building that consolidates administrative services and provides easy employee access to support staff.
Electrical and lighting design services for lighting of surrounding parking lots, roadways, and site area lighting for SunTrust Park and The Battery, the new home of the Atlanta Braves and surrounding residential, retail, restaurants, and office buildings.
Griffith Engineering is the prime consultant that leading the design team working on this study for the GSA. Since the building originally incorporated no sustainable design principles, Griffith Engineering’s expertise in building optimization is playing an important role in helping this building meet mandated energy performance requirements as a part of its proposed future upgrades.
A member of the team for this $28.5 million Energy Savings Performance Contract, Griffith Engineering was responsible for the energy audit and creation of an investment grade energy model of this 3,900,000 square foot, four building complex.
As part of GCSU's ongoing sustainability efforts, Griffith Engineering completed a long term campus utility plan that included recommendations for energy consumption reduction, energy cost reduction, sustainability, and operational efficiency.
Griffith Engineering’s portfolio of outstanding energy efficient design projects led to the firm being selected to lead the design effort for this pilot project of the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (Atlanta BBC).
Griffith Engineering's ASHRAE Level 2 audit of this event facility culminated in a long-term sustainability plan for future upgrades in this multipurpose building, and identified over $125,000 in annual energy savings.
A utility analysis performed by Griffith Engineering's energy team identified an issue with utility rates that affected both the complex and tenants. The effort resulted in a $30,000 refund to the owner, and utility rates were corrected moving forward.
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.
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.
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.
Assessment of HVAC systems serving this four story structure to ensure they were capable of maintaining the appropriate conditions for artifact preservation while reducing energy consumption. The facility houses many of the state’s historical documents and art dating from the 1600s.
Renovation of this six building campus comprising one and two story 1970s era buildings. In order to justify the renovation to building owners, an energy model was built to demonstrate positive energy impact and potential utility cost reduction.
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.
This 75,000 square foot renovation and expansion encompassed an enlarged worship center including the balcony, upgraded audio/visual and HVAC systems, addition of a coffee bar/lobby/lounge area, and renovation of classrooms and smaller worship areas.
Energy audit and analysis of a medical center including a full site energy model to aid in evaluating and identifying potential savings measures. The audit identified $300,000 in annual savings with a simple four year payback.
In 2016, the Swan House was recognized as one of the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge’s 2015 top performers as a direct result of the RCx effort performed by Griffith Engineering. Energy was reduced by 30% due to smarter scheduling and HVAC modifications that allowed temperature and humidity levels to drift seasonally, and careful use of power by staff and security utilizing the building.