Ives Hall Complex ECI Project Saves $280,000 and 410 Tons CO2 Annually
New building controls, outside air flow stations, control stations, and control logic...comments share
The existing building controls system was outdated and in need of repair. Outside air flow stations and control dampers, control valves, and control logic were added to accurately control temperatures and ventilation air. Variable speed drives were upgraded on a number of air handler fans. Space controls were upgraded throughout the complex.
"The Energy conservation project updated our building controls that were nearing the end of their useful life. The new controls will reduce our energy cost while increasing occupant comfort and reducing maintenance issues."
David Lippincott, ILR– Ives Facilities, Manager of Facilities
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