Large facilities are simply getting older and not operating efficiently. There are some easy places to see this happening – outdated equipment, control systems, and lighting Operationally it impacts the bottom line as utility costs continue to rise. With a lack of federal or state funding local communities have to find their own efficiency solutions to stay competitive or to even stay open. With uncertain budgets, being proactive and efficient is more important than ever. We help districts identify and correct and design flaws, inaccurate equipment scheduling, or improper building commissioning. Our clients recognize that delays in fixing issues or maintaining equipment properly eventually leads to building systems being more expensive to fix as they become inefficient or inoperable.
These principles of efficiency apply to many industries, especially education, healthcare, commercial buildings, and municipal buildings.