• Upgrades to fire station, city hall, library and public works facilities to combat high energy and operational costs due to aging infrastructure
  • Site maintenance agreement with the team afforded additional savings along with warranty coverages on the new systems 
  • Direct digital controls were installed at multiple locations allowing remote access, scheduling, alarming and temperature adjustments limiting outside influences and overcooling of spaces 
  • Building lighting upgrades were implemented across multiple facilities 
  • LED streetlight upgrades  
  • Retro-commissioning of the existing systems was performed at the library and public works building 
  • New mechanical systems were installed at the fire stations and city building  
  • New roofing and flashing repairs were made at the fire stations
  • Extensive planning, scheduling and afterhours work for operations in fire stations
  • 19,472 gallons of water saved
  • 150,912 pounds of CO2 reduced 
  • Actual savings were 171% of the projection