Surfacing Hidden Pitfalls in Existing Conditions and Renovations

Efficiency, lower costs and optimization strategies are the focal points of today’s energy landscape. Energy efficiency is also a way to improve business performance and reduce unnecessary waste. Routine preventative maintenance is a low-cost way to achieve the greatest return on investment in systems.

In two case studies, SMRT’s Greg Burgess, CxA, CEM, LEED AP – aka The Facilities Forensic Examiner – investigates the hidden energy pitfalls lurking in existing conditions and renovations.  The lessons learned demonstrate the impact a solid facility maintenance program can have on energy use and the bottom line.

SMRT’s Commissioning Services Manager, Greg has more than 30 years of equipment and facilities management, control system and commissioning experience.

Read Greg’s article featured on the cover of this month’s Controlled Environments magazine