When energy modeling demonstrated the energy savings potential of certain design options, Wheaton College opted to spend an extra $300,000 in initial costs – an investment that is estimated could save as much as $12 million in projected energy costs over the anticipated lifetime of the building.Energy Decisions
Hackensack Meridian Health
With its high-performance envelope, lighting and HVAC systems, Hope Tower is a highly efficient building, far outperforming its peers with a projected EUI of 52 kBtu/sf/yr and projected annual energy cost savings of $75,000.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Thanks to the client's partnership with Japan's New Energy and Industrial Development Organization (NEDO), cutting-edge tech, energy-saving technologies have been installed in ZEN. This video from SUNY Poly showcases NEDO's tour of the facility.Resource Efficiency
Building the Green Roof
Birch Bayh's 30,000 GSF vegetative roof - one of the largest on a historic structure - and rainwater harvesting system are key components of the sustainable design strategy that work in concert to reduce the building’s heat-island effect and improve energy efficiency.
General Services Administration
A new energy-efficient building envelope and mechanical system with heat recovery reduces the building's energy consumption by 38% over previous measures, leading GSA to use the project as a case study in the right way to do sustainable modernization.Modernization
US Department of State
Rapid response to global events is essential to designing safe, secure, and healthy workplaces overseas.
Missouri Department of Mental Health
Fulton County, MO
This forensic facility, the first of its type in the United States, provides treatment in needs-based program communities.
An energy-efficient envelope helps brand a new technology business.
The addition of an atrium into an existing, closed off building brought natural light deep into this new Business School, creating a warm, open and inviting learning environment.
We’re seeing a growing trend in cities throughout the nation: mandating energy benchmarking as a way to achieve aggressive energy and carbon emissions reduction. We applaud the use of energy benchmarking as a way to prioritize buildings that have the most potential for improvement – in fact, we’ve been benchmarking buildings since 2004. In our experience, however, we have seen returns superior to those published in a report recently issued by the New York City Mayor's Office of Sustainability.
The modernized William S. Moorhead Federal Office Building in Pittsburgh now saves more than 28% of energy compared to its pre-renovation consumption.
Renovations are underway at the Steidle Building to improve energy efficiency.