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Park Marina Building

Summers in Redding, about 225 miles north of San Francisco, are long, hot and dry. Developer Imperial Group and architect Nichols Melburg & Rossetto wanted to design the most comfortable and energy-efficient building possible when they built the single-story, 21,000 square-foot Craftsman-style Park Marina Building.

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LDS Temple Visitors Center

New Trane Model RTWD Series R chiller installed to provide reliable, efficient air-conditioning at landmark church visitors center.

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Perimeter Park North Carolina

Trane and Lee Air Conditioners, Raleigh, North Carolina, teamed up to provide high quality HVAC systems and fast response when Duke Construction, a division of Duke Realty, built a three-building corporate office campus at Perimeter Park, Morrisville, North Carolina.

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11 Madison Avenue

Faced with replacing an outdated chiller plant at the end of its life cycle, Credit Suisse explored the prospects of a high performance building that addressed the overall goals of energy savings, improved plant resiliency and environmental consciousness.

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Columbia Square

Columbia Square worked with Trane to install new water chillers that improved chiller plant efficiency by 40 percent and reduced energy use by 527,000 kWh. The chiller plant upgrades also resulted in annual operating cost savings of $35,600 due to decreased maintenance and service requirements of the new Trane chillers. In addition, Columbia Square has earned the Green Building Initiative’s highest rating of Four Green Globes, and achieved U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR™ certification.

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5000 Quorum

Turnkey EarthWise™ modification of chilled water system for increased cooling capacity, better efficiency and significant energy savings.

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TIAA-CREF

TIAA-CREF has improved the comfort, reliability and efficiency of its headquarters building by replacing aging steam absorption chillers with Trane high efficiency chillers, upgrading its cooling towers, and installing an ice thermal storage system. The thermal storage system shifts energy use to off-peak hours, saving approximately $765,000 per year in operating costs, energy use and demand charges. TIAA-CREF is using Trane proprietary optimization control logic to maximize the chiller and cooling tower efficiency. The Trane New York-New Jersey Energy Services team completed this turnkey project for TIAA-CREF.

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Merrick & Company

Merrick & Company is an employee-owned $111 million engineering, architecture, design-build, surveying, planning, and geospatial solutions firm, serving a variety of market sectors including energy, national security, nuclear, life sciences and sustainable infrastructure. The company has nearly 500 employees with locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe.

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Municipal Square

Built in 1972, Municipal Square is a five-story, 100,000 square foot commercial office building located in West Orange, New Jersey. The building’s prime location, near transportation routes, Newark Liberty Airport and the courthouse, makes it a desirable location for approximately thirty-five tenants including law firms, architects, accountants, a bank and cafeteria. Municipal Square is managed by Municipal Square Associates, a real estate company principally owned by Drill Construction Company, which is also located in the building. A third-generation, family-operated firm, Drill Construction Company prides itself on making client and tenant satisfaction a top priority.

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Petroleum Building

Building owner objectives were to increase efficiency and reduce costs, allow more flexibility to maximize tenant comfort, and upgrade to an automated system with computerized controls and tracking that could be run by anyone.

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Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation

The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation was established in 1922 to bring a voice to agricultural issues. The private, non-profit, non-governmental agency is the state’s largest general farm organization representing farmers, ranchers and rural residents. The federation is made up of volunteer leaders at the local, parish and statewide levels, with each parish having its own president and board members.

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Northstar Center

Northstar Center is a three-building complex consisting of two high-rise office buildings and the seventeen-story, twenty-four-hour Crown Plaza Hotel, built atop a six-floor parking garage. Building tenants are extremely diverse, consisting of lawyers, banks, shoe stores and a variety of other businesses.

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Juvenile Secure Detention Center

The City of Newport News Juvenile Secure Detention Center was opened in January 2005 to provide a positive experience for detained youth in a safe and secure environment, while protecting public safety. The state-of-the-art facility utilizes the best practices in juvenile justice and features cutting edge technology. The program includes school for approximately 110 juveniles during the traditional school year. Evening activities include visitations, religious services, physical recreation, group sessions and counseling. In alignment with its standard operations, when the center’s compressors failed, administrators implemented best practices to get systems back up and running for the comfort of its detainees and staff.

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Denver Days, North Carolina

Denver Days is an annual non-profit community festival that serves as many as 50,000 fest-goers each year. The event provides fun, family-oriented activities that the entire community can enjoy while raising funds for recreational facilities and resources for the community. With an event of this size the festival needed safe, reliable electrical power to keep everything from carnival rides to lighting and musical instruments running smoothly.

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Willoughby Eastlake

With approximately 8,500 students, the Willoughby-Eastlake School District is the largest in Lake County, spanning across seven communities including Eastlake, Lakeline, Timberlake, Waite Hill, Willowick, Willoughby, and Willoughby Hills. The district strives to prepare students for college and careers by putting students first, providing quality instruction and a comfortable learning environment. Dedicated to instilling a passion for learning, the district is committed to providing an excellent education for its students, while giving them an opportunity to be engaged in their learning and to succeed in the rapidly changing world.

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Lakota Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Lakota Wastewater Treatment Plant, located on twenty-three acres, is Lakehaven Utility District’s largest treatment plant. The district encompasses an area of approximately thirty-five square miles with a service population of approximately 112,000 people. Seventy-five percent of the service is currently to single-family residential dwellings, but in the past it has been up to 50 percent from commercial businesses and restaurants. The Lakota plant is fed by about 150 miles of collection system piping and thirteen lift stations.

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US Senior Open

Bruno Event Team (BET) is a Birmingham, Alabama-based sports marketing and event management company. The company’s year-round staff of more than eighty employees, in thirteen offices around the United States and Canada, manages a wide variety of events in golf, motorsports, and intercollegiate and high school athletics. Over the last fifteen years, BET has managed more than twenty events for the U.S. Golf Association (USGA), including the 2014 U.S. Senior Open held at Oak Tree National golf course in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Hardin Medical Center

Since its founding in 1952, Hardin Medical Center (HMC) has been committed to progress and growth to meet the evolving health needs of the communities it serves. Adhering to its motto, "Quality Care … Right Here at Home," HMC continually looks for opportunities to lead the way in healthcare within the region. The multi-specialty medical facility has an active staff that provides cardiology, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, pediatrics, internal medicine, orthopedics, and consulting physician services, including gastroenterology, pathology, radiology, urology, cardiology, and ophthalmology. HMC, including the hospital, nursing home, physician offices, and other services, currently employs approximately 450 persons.

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Belmont University

Located on seventy-three acres of land, two miles southwest of Nashville, Tennessee, Belmont University boasts more than 7,300 students from every state and more than twenty-five countries. Committed to being a leader among teaching universities, Belmont brings together the best of liberal arts and professional education in a Christian community of learning and service. The University’s purpose is to help students explore their passions and develop their talents to meet the world’s needs, with more than eighty areas of undergraduate study, twenty-two master’s programs and five doctoral degrees. Students at Belmont are encouraged to engage and transform the world by participating in local relief, nonprofit and ministry organizations; and service projects around in world.

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The Wave Condominium

Built in 1969, the seventeen-story rental property on Ocean Drive in Hollywood, Florida, was converted to The Wave Condominium in 2004. The Wave, which includes 551 residential units and 23 retail and professional spaces, is directly east of the Intracoastal Waterway. Residents and guests of the facility can spend their days enjoying Beverly Beach located in front of the property and amazing sunsets in the evenings.

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City of Vestavia Hills

The city’s Parks and Recreation Department offers sports leagues for children, including football, soccer, softball, baseball, cheerleading, tennis, swimming and lacrosse. Keeping America beautiful is important to the City of Vestavia Hills, as exemplified by its commitment to energy efficiency and its desire to have the first paperless city government.

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Sioux City Community School District

The Sioux City Community School District educates students to believe in their talents and skills, achieve academic excellence, and succeed in reaching their potential. Serving over 14,000 students in seventeen elementary, three middle and three high schools, the district offers a strong academic program blended with a caring staff to provide students with excellent opportunities for learning and growth.

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Public Safety Complex

The two-building, 70,000 square foot Public Safety Complex (PSC), a joint effort of the City of Tallahassee and Leon County, serves as a dispatch center and hub for first responders. The PSC is the new home for professionals from a variety of key city and county public safety agencies and operations, including the Consolidated Dispatch Agency (CDA), Leon County Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Tallahassee Fire Department (TFD) Administration, the City of Tallahassee Regional Transportation Management Center and the Leon County Emergency Operations Center.

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Warrick County Jail

Warrick County Jail, a correctional facility in Boonville, Indiana, offers a wide range of services and programs for inmates, including medical, dental, mental health and pharmaceutical services. Educational and life skills training programs for inmates are also offered, as well as substance abuse counseling, meditation, music therapy and religious services. In addition, the jail provides opportunities for inmates to participate in a variety of community construction and maintenance projects.

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Grace United Methodist Church

Grace United Methodist Church in Hastings, Nebraska, is one of 1,035 local congregations in the Great Plains Conference, which covers Kansas and Nebraska. Besides worship services, the 700-member Grace United congregation carries out the work of the United Methodist Church through choir groups, ministries and a variety of church organizations and activities.

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Agnico Eagle

Jolie Anderson

Trane responsiveness and ingenuity gain customer confidence, overcome challenges of extreme conditions in Quebec, Canada

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Hopital Cite de la Sante, Laval

The Laval Health and Social Services Centre (CSSS Laval) was created in 2004 as part of a government reform that brought together hospitals, local community services centers and residential care facilities in ninety-five territories in Quebec. With eighteen facilities located across Île Jésus, the CSSS Laval is the largest in Quebec. It includes one hospital with an integrated cancer center, four local community services centers (CLSCs), five residential care centers and an integrated first line care center. The CSSS Laval works in cooperation with Laval’s medical clinics and public and private partners to facilitate access to healthcare services, while also promoting energy performance in its facilities.

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Jefferson Community College

The mission of Jefferson Community College is to advance the quality of life of its students and the community through excellence in teaching, innovative services, and community partnerships. Along with its credit-bearing programs, the college offers a variety of workshops, seminars, and cultural events including theatre, lectures and art exhibitions, and provides personal, academic and vocational counseling services for both students and the community. The college’s service area is largely rural, with the US Army 10th Mountain Division at nearby Fort Drum, and agriculture and tourism the dominant industries. Spurred by a high unemployment rate, enrollment at Jefferson Community College has grown nearly 30 percent over the last seven years, as area residents retrain to expand their employment opportunities.

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Nationwide Grocery Chain

A nationwide grocery chain operates more than 200 supermarkets in a variety of different marketplaces, providing groceries to families in a safe and secure shopping environment. Patrons purchase items at very competitive prices, which covers the cost of building new grocery stores, and modernizing and maintaining existing ones. A core family support element and a valued part of their social responsibility, the grocery stores contribute to the communities in which they operate to enhance the quality of life for families and provide convenient, efficient services to their customers in the geographical area.

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St. Lucie County School District

The mission of the St. Lucie County School District is to ensure that all students graduate from safe and caring schools, equipped with knowledge, skills and the desire to succeed. Educating children isn’t just a top priority for the school district, it’s also important to the community, with parents, businesses and other residents joining in to provide a full and rich educational experience for the children. Because of this unique partnership, the St. Lucie County School District is able to offer a variety of educational experiences that prepare students for the future, including charter, magnet, virtual and home schooling.

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City of Bremerton Wastewater Treatment Plant

Public-Private-Partnership uncovers nearly $110K/yr in operational revenue, awarded $500,000 in grants and $315,000 in utility incentives; concept to completion in less than one year • Bremerton, Washington

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Albert Gallatin High School

Performance contracting agreement upgrades guarantee savings of nearly $50,000/yr Uniontown, Pennsylvania

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Calvert County Public Schools

The Calvert County Career and Technology Academy, for grades eleven and twelve, provides relevant learning and real job related experiences to better prepare students for college and the workplace. The school’s mission is to help students develop a productive work ethic, master mathematics and communications requirements, and learn skills in their chosen program. Areas of focus include high-skill occupations, such as information technology, finance, construction trades, homeland security, health professions and pre-engineering.

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Homestead-Wakefield Elementary

The 50-year-old Homestead-Wakefield Elementary school is part of the Harford County Public School District. With more than 1,000 students, the school has been identified as one of the three largest elementary schools in Maryland. The district’s mission to nurture and inspire learning is evident at Homestead-Wakefield, as assessments continue to show outstanding student achievement and continuous improvement.

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Spectrum Health

Spectrum Health is the largest not-for-profit health care system in West Michigan with nine hospitals, more than 180 service sites and 1,983 licensed beds system-wide. As the region’s leading health care system, Spectrum Health touches thousands of lives each year and continues to grow and build on its strengths by renovating existing facilities and opening new ones, including a state-of-the-art cancer pavilion and a new children’s hospital; bringing leading-edge technology and medical treatments to the region; and supporting exciting new initiatives for medical education and research. In addition, Spectrum Health was named a Top 10 Health System in the U.S. by Thomson Reuters.

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Texas State Technical College

Texas State Technical College (TSTC) is an independent state system comprised of four separately-accredited two-year, state-supported technical colleges. TSTC’s mission is to efficiently and effectively help Texas meet the high-tech challenges of today’s global economy. Nearly 30,000 students are served each year through traditional degree programs, short-term continuing education and corporate training programs.

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Robins Air Force Base

Robins Air Force Base is the home of Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, the 78th Air Base Wing, and more than sixty other units that make up a vital part of the Air Force war-fighting team. It is the largest industrial complex in Georgia, employing a workforce of more than 24,000 civilians, contractors and military members.

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Monongahela Valley Hospital

Monongahela Valley Hospital (MVH) is a 280,000 sq ft, 226-bed, full-service health care facility with 1,100 employees, including a 220-member medical staff representing more than forty specialties. In addition to the plethora of services offered, MVH offers resources and support to the community. The 100-year-old hospital strives to provide the highest quality care to its patients, as well as comfort and convenience to family members and friends.

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ADTRAN, Inc.

ADTRAN, Inc. is a leading global provider of networking and communications equipment. ADTRAN’s products enable voice, data, video and Internet communications across a variety of network infrastructures. ADTRAN solutions are currently in use by service providers, private enterprises, government organizations and millions of individual users worldwide.

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Budd Inlet Treatment Plant

The LOTT Cleanwater Alliance helps preserve and protect public health, the environment, and water resources by providing wastewater management services for approximately 90,000 people. Its four government partners Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, and Thurston counties (LOTT) jointly provide wastewater facilities, including a central treatment plant, major interceptor sewer lines, pump stations, and reclaimed water plants. At the heart of the LOTT Cleanwater Alliance system is the Budd Inlet Treatment Plant, through which ten to twelve million gallons of wastewater flow on an average day.

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Hawaii Air National Guard

The Hawaii Air National Guard, 154th Wing, shares the Hickam Air Force Base facilities with the Pacific Command. The base is located on 2,850 acres of land adjacent to Honolulu International Airport. To support the painting operation and maintenance of the Air National Guard F-22 Raptor jets, a new low observable/composite repair facility was built. The facility, consisting of a 17,500 sq ft hangar/paint booth and a 17,700 support building, features sophisticated mechanical systems for climate control for aircraft painting operations.

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AIRCOR SERVICES

When the condensing coils for a twenty-year-old rooftop HVAC unit at an area mall needed to be replaced, the mall facilities manager called on the expertise of AIRCOR SERVICES. The experienced technicians at AIRCOR evaluated the situation and sought a solution that would satisfy the comfort needs of the new retail tenant moving into the building, as well as the business objectives of the mall.

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University of Ottawa

Two-thirds of the 600,000 square foot research-intensive Roger Guindon Hall is consumed with wet labs. The building houses the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Health on an 80-acre Health Sciences Centre that also includes the Ottawa General Hospital, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the Royal Ottawa Regional Rehabilitation Center.

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Larimer County Courthouse Offices

Larimer County, located in north central Colorado, includes several mountain communities, as well as Rocky Mountain National Park. The county encompasses 2,640 square miles of irrigated farms, vast stretches of scenic ranch lands, thick forests and high mountain peaks. The beautiful area provides a wide spectrum of recreational opportunities for residents and visitors.

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Toledo Zoo

For more than 100 years, The Toledo Zoo has been creating memories for the young and old alike. Each year, nearly one million people visit the zoo to explore the world and its fabulous creatures that live in displays resembling natural habitats, from the frozen Arctic tundra to the hot Sonoran Desert. Guests encounter animals, large and small, from mammoth African elephants to the tiniest toads, or stroll the grounds to view historic buildings constructed in the WPA-era.

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Washington and Lee University

Several years ago, Washington and Lee University elected to get serious about its carbon footprint and sustainability efforts, establishing a climate action plan that called for a reduction in carbon of 20 percent by 2020, with neutrality by 2050. The administration also set goals to lower its British thermal unit (Btu) per square foot by 25 percent in four years and reduce its utility budget by $1,000,000. In order to achieve its aggressive goals, the university initiated plans to update and modernize the existing pneumatic controls system with a state-of-the-art direct digital controls (DDC) system. The project would include replacing the entire system in ten of the largest buildings on campus without interruption of operations.

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Boles Independent School District

The mission of Boles ISD is to provide an educational environment in which all students can learn and acquire the skills to be productive citizens. And while Boles ISD is financially the poorest district in Texas, it is rich in academics, as demonstrated by its number of students who have graduated from high school with an Associates Degree, and successfully continued on to major universities.

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Gateway Technical College

Gateway Technical College collaborates with communities in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth counties in Wisconsin to ensure economic growth and viability by providing education, training, leadership, and technological resources to meet the changing needs of students, employers, and communities. The college offers instructional programs from its campuses, and through online courses, to approximately 29,000 students annually.

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Thermal Solutions Products, LLC

Thermal Solutions Products is a member of Burnham Holdings, Inc., the parent company of fourteen subsidiaries that are leading domestic manufacturers of boilers and related HVAC products and accessories (including furnaces, radiators and air conditioning systems), for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Subsidiaries of Burnham Holdings, Inc. provide high-value, high-quality products backed by superior service. Products are manufactured at plants in the East, South, and Midwest. The largest subsidiaries of Burnham Holdings, Inc. market under eight well-established brand names that are differentiated by product line and markets served.

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North Carolina Museum of Art

Constructed in 1982, the four-level, 171,870 sq ft, North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) includes offices, exhibit space and restaurant/catering operations. Each month, 25,000 visitors view the NCMA’s collection of treasures, worth in excess of $1 billion. The museum’s permanent collection spans more than 5,000 years, from ancient Egypt to the present, making the institution one of the premier art museums in the Southeast. Conservation experts and building operators are entrusted to work with the building and its systems to present and protect the collection for the citizens and visitors of North Carolina to enjoy now and for generations to come.

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Saks Fifth Avenue

From the day it opened its doors in 1924, Saks Fifth Avenue’s mission has been to be the first and only choice for the most discerning consumers, the ones with the highest expectations. It was those high expectations Saks sought to meet when it called on Trane for assistance when one of its chillers failed in mid-August, less than a month before Fashion Week.

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Mercedes-Benz

For more than a century, Mercedes-Benz has been committed to extraordinary engineering, visionary design and standard-setting innovation. This holds true for Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) founded in 1965. Part of Daimler AG, MBUSA is responsible for the distribution and marketing of Mercedes-Benz, Maybach, smart, and Sprinter products in the United States. The organization strives to make its workplace one in which individuals feel challenged, fulfilled and able to reach their full potential, and has been named one of Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For.

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Marlins Park

A first-class ballpark owned by Miami-Dade County, Marlins Park is located on approximately seventeen acres in the Little Havana section of Miami. With an aggressive waste management recycling program, the use of locally manufactured materials and low volatile organic compounds (VOC) in its construction, a minimizing of artificial light and the incorporation of energy efficient systems, the ballpark has become the first professional sports facility with a retractable roof, in the world, to attain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification.

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Brown County

Brown County is located in the south central part of Minnesota, approximately 100 miles southwest of the Twin Cities. The county is mostly agricultural, but also has many industrial and commercial businesses. Brown County has a population of 25,893, with New Ulm, its largest city, serving as the county seat.

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Renton School District - Kohlwes Education Center

Renton School District envisions classrooms where technology is a tool used to boost student achievement. The district’s Information Management Services (IMS), located in its Kohlwes Education Center, is charged with implementation and support of technology. Services provided include network and desktop support, software and hardware purchasing standards, training computer labs, videoconferencing, and telecommunications / telephone services.

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New York City Center

For more than sixty years, New York City Center has hosted some of America’s, and the world’s, most amazing dance performers and musical theater productions. The entertainment center is a “people’s theater” dedicated to making the arts accessible to the broadest possible audience by creating a welcoming environment, offering subsidized ticket prices and engaging audiences with inspiring programming that reflects the eclecticism, energy and spirit of New York City.

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Renton School District

Spanning thirty-five square miles, Renton School District serves elementary, middle and high school students in the city of Renton. In partnership with the community, it is the district’s mission to provide a safe and respectful learning environment for all students to realize academic, social and personal achievement. Renton School District believes in high quality instruction and learning for every child, every day, in every classroom and environment.

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Edmonds Community College

Founded in 1967, Edmonds Community College helps students access educational and career opportunities in a supportive environment that encourages success, innovation, service and lifelong learning. The college spans fifty acres in the heart of a northern Seattle suburb and employs more than 1,600, contributing to the vitality of state and local economies. Edmonds has 21,000 students enrolled in Associate’s Degree programs, career training, adult literacy, or continuing education classes.

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Rock Creek Unified School District 323

Rock Creek Unified School District (USD) 323 is located fifteen miles from Manhattan, Kansas, and Kansas State The two elementary buildings, pre-kindergarten through sixth grade, are located in St. George and Westmoreland. The Jr/Sr High is located in St. George. The school district’s over seventy full and part-time teachers are dedicated to educational excellence and to helping their 900 students become successful and responsible lifelong learners.University. The mostly-rural district covers 230 square miles and has two communities within its boundaries.

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Keeneland Association, Inc.

Keeneland Association’s aging, text-based controls system was reaching the end of its useful life, some replacement parts were not available, and newer technologies offered operational savings and convenience. The Thoroughbred racetrack and auction company sought to replace the outdated system, while adhering to budget constraints. A Trane Tracer R’newal control upgrade service program is helping Keeneland maximize building performance, improve occupant comfort and increase operational productivity. By using existing unit controls and replacing outdated building controllers, Keeneland was able to meet all of its objectives for approximately the same cost they originally planned to spend on a partial upgrade.

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Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montréal

The Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montréal was founded in 1970 at a time when legal psychiatry was a new science and the government was searching for new methods of managing psychiatric cases that were difficult to treat. The Philippe Pinel Institute has 292 beds and offers a complete range of specialized services to treat and rehabilitate psychiatric patients with serious mental problems who, in many cases, have violent histories and criminal records.

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Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation

Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation has been safely providing clean energy to the citizens of Kansas and Missouri since 1985. The plant generates about 1,200 megawatt electrical, which is enough energy for approximately 800,000 homes. Wolf Creek is located in Coffey County, KS; 55 miles south of Topeka, 90 miles southwest of Kansas City and 120 miles north of Wichita. Operating the first and only nuclear power plant in Kansas, Wolf Creek is a subsidiary of three owners: Kansas City Power & Light (47 percent), Kansas Gas & Electric (47 percent), and Kansas Electric Power Cooperative (6 percent).

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Hilton Anatole Hotel

One of the premier hotels in the Southwest United States, the Hilton Anatole Hotel boasts 1,620 guest rooms and offers some of the finest, most advanced meeting and exhibition facilities in the U.S., including the 128,000 sq ft Trinity Conference Center, which is well-suited for large trade shows and expositions.

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Gundersen Health System

When faced with escalating energy costs, Gundersen Health System took action to develop sustainable approaches to energy use. Its programs have not only resulted in significant energy savings, but are also helping it achieve its healthcare mission.

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Bullitt County Public Schools

In alignment with its mission to create and maintain a positive learning environment, when its HVAC systems were in need of replacement, the school turned to Trane for solutions to meet its comfort and energy saving objectives.

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Cumberland County Schools

The three high schools and nine elementary schools in the Cumberland County School District are united by a common mission: To empower each student with the skills to be a productive citizen. This mission is supported by the belief that providing a safe, secure, positive environment is essential for optimal learning for all students. When an aging infrastructure, leaky fifty-year-old windows and high utility costs threatened the district’s ability to carry out its mission, the school sought help to find funding and to complete their much-needed upgrades.

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Wyoming City Schools

When the lack of air conditioning, outdated HVAC systems and the absence of security cameras jeopardized the comfort and safety of students and staff, the school district sought ways to upgrade its facilities.

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CoreSite Realty Corporation

CoreSite recently delivered its twelfth data center, the second of four planned data centers at its Santa Clara campus. CoreSite assessed the project according to brand standards: a strong focus on reliability and security for the continuity of future customer deployments as well as innovative, energy-efficient design.

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Uinta County School District #1

Following its motto, ’Student Success is Our Business’, Uinta County School District #1 (UCSD #1) offers a performance-based curriculum, emphasizing rigorous standards and benchmarks. District administrators adopted these same high standards of achievement for a recent facility upgrade project designed to increase efficiency, save energy and improve the student learning environment.

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Hardin County Schools

Hardin County has one of the largest school districts in Kentucky, serving 13,948 students in three high schools, five middle schools and thirteen elementary schools. Recent upgrades have resulted in energy savings and eight ENERGY STAR® awards for the school district.

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Entertainment Retailer

New service delivery technology meets unique business objectives and challenges at international entertainment complexes.

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Yardmen Arena

Building system upgrades, needed to comply with Ontario CFC refrigerant phaseout regulations, provided an opportunity for this 50,304 sq ft sports facility to make other HVAC improvements, including the installation of thermal energy storage. The results were a 50 percent more efficient system and a three-year payback.

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Executive House

Faced with an aging infrastructure and the cost of maintaining outdated HVAC equipment, the Executive House sought ways to efficiently manage expenses and reduce energy use, while maintaining a comfortable indoor environment for its condominium owners.

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Eastern Aroostook

The Eastern Aroostook Regional School Unit (RSU) 39 offers a top quality education program that strives to meet the individual needs of its more than 1,700 students. A staff of 325 professionals and support personnel work together to ensure high academic achievement for every child and to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to lead successful lives. In alignment with these educational goals, when faced with an aging infrastructure, the school sought to enhance learning and teaching conditions by implementing measures to reduce costs and improve both their indoor and outdoor environment.

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Clayton County

Like many county governments, Clayton County faced rising energy and facilities maintenance costs. Significant system upgrades were needed to improve energy efficiency, and enhance employee comfort and productivity

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Macalester College

Energy-efficient building strategies are helping Macalester College achieve its goal in fighting global climate change. For example, one of the buildings on the Macalester campus, Markim Hall, uses about 50 percent less energy than a typical college building in Minnesota, an exceptional performance considering that Minnesota summers can be very warm and winter temperatures can often drop to sub-zero levels. Trane has provided Macalester with a variety of green design concepts to help them achieve their environmental objectives.

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Cajon Valley Union School District

Cajon Valley Union School District believes that a focused vision, strong accountability, and collaboration with parents and the community are keys to success--and is committed to providing quality programs for all students. It was this commitment to quality that led the district to undergo renovations at five of its school locations to upgrade aging equipment and inefficient HVAC systems, and schedule improvements at another six schools in the district.

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Volkswagen Chattanooga

Efficiency, reliability and quality are among the hallmarks of Volkswagen automobiles. These same high performance characteristics are critical in Volkswagen’s manufacturing processes and can be found in the Trane air conditioning chillers and Ingersoll Rand Industrial Technologies air compressors installed at Volkswagen’s new assembly facility at Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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SSM St. Clare Health Center

SSM St. Clare Health Center is the first new hospital in St. Louis County in thirty-five years. A hospital like no other, the facility incorporates streamlined work processes, efficient layouts, private patient suites, in-room medication distribution and electronic records.

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Solae LLC

Solae, LLC, a world-leading producer of soy-based ingredients for food manufacturing companies worldwide, was challenged by high humidity levels and rising energy costs at its production and packaging plant in Remington, Indiana. To remedy the situation, Solae enlisted Trane Turnkey Contracting Services.

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Southeast of Saline School District

It was the students at Southeast of Saline (SES) school district who envisioned and promoted high performance upgrades in their district to initiate a $1.4 million infrastructure improvement effort that is projected to cut energy consumption by at least 21 percent, saving about $83,000 per year in energy and operating costs. Just as importantly, the project has improved the learning and teaching environment and has served to build student interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

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Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital

Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital (CRMH) knew that it had no control over utility rates, but that it did have control over its energy use. The hospital sought to identify and implement energy conservation measures (ECMs) to reduce costs, in alignment with its mission to provide quality patient care as efficiently as possible.

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Transitions Optical

In late 2006 Transitions Optical engineers initiated a plan to address rising energy costs and aging infrastructure. A building audit was used to identify energy conservation measures and then develop a three-year plan to upgrade chilled water systems and controls with more efficient systems. Very importantly, Transitions Optical must avoid production stoppages. Key factors in reaching their goals included confidence in the stable production of chilled water for manufacturing operations, and the expertise of their supplier.

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Mason City School District

A Mason High School expansion project takes advantage of energy efficient infrastructure systems, including an ice storage system and high performance controls, projected to save the district more than $55,000 in annual energy costs. The investment is expected to have a payback of less than five years, which is accelerated by a $72,000 energy incentive from Duke Energy Corporation.

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Lakota School District

Lakota Schools and Trane have entered into a three-phase multi-million dollar facilities upgrade project that will save the school district $667,000 in annual energy costs and more than $260,000 in annual operating costs. As a result of energy efficient facilities upgrades, Lakota Schools will receive an additional $382,000 in rebates from the utility company, Duke Energy.

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Oklahoma City Community College

After thirty-five years of providing quality educational opportunities to the community, Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) had outgrown its facility. The college sought to expand the square footage of the school and improve the efficiency of its operations, giving top consideration to energy use, and student and faculty comfort.

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Eminence Community School Corporation

With portions of the school dating back to 1931, Eminence Community School Corporation was in need of upgrades to replace its aging and outdated infrastructure systems. In addition, inconsistent temperatures throughout the buildings were creating a challenging learning and teaching environment at the school.

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Warehouse Club Project

This international wholesale club plans to open new warehouse stores in the United States and Mexico. While spanning geographies, the locations have the common objectives of cost-effectively managing building operations and lowering energy costs.

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Mesa County Valley School District 51

Trane is using a comprehensive solutions approach in helping Mesa County Valley School District 51 improve its learning environment, make more efficient use of limited funding, and save significant money for the school district. Although the average age of the district’s forty-seven buildings is thirty-eight years, they now have the latest in infrastructure thanks to $8.63 million in upgrades. The upgrades are expected to save the district more than $617,000 per year in energy costs, and more than $390,000 in operating and maintenance costs over the next five years. In addition to the school district upgrades, Trane orchestrated an $804,000 utility rebate check for the district as a result of the Phase I projects--the largest such rebate ever awarded by Xcel Energy to a client in the State of Colorado.

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University of Central Missouri

In the spring of 2009, the University of Central Missouri (UCM) embarked on a $36.1 million energy savings contract (ESCO) with Trane. The ESCO addressed $20 million in needed but deferred maintenance, and $16.1 million in energy efficient upgrades on the campus. Construction was scheduled to last through the spring of 2011, but the project will be completed in the fall of 2010, six months ahead of schedule. By June of 2010, 100 percent of the lighting retrofits were complete and the geothermal heating/cooling system was fully operational. These projects have already generated $500,000 in energy and operating cost savings before project completion.

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Tonganoxie Unified School District 464

Upgrades at Tonganoxie USD 464 began in February, 2009, and were completed in August of the same year. Overall savings in operations, maintenance and utilities expenses are projected to be $217,000 annually. The $2.1 million project is being funded through savings realized via a Trane performance contract with a projected payback of fifteen years or less. Savings are projected to rise to more than $6.2 million over the predicted lifespan of the systems.

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Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation

The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation purchased a three-year Trane Select Service Agreement for their 76,000 square-foot headquarters building. For the next three years Trane will maintain and service the building’s HVAC systems with a cap of $5,000 per incident. With a Select Service Agreement, Louisiana Farm Bureau gets all the benefits of a Trane Scheduled Agreement, plus parts and labor coverage for maintainable equipment selected by the customer and approved by Trane -- putting service and maintenance needs on a systematic, scheduled basis. A Select Service Agreement can cut unexpected breakdowns as much as 75 percent, reduce energy use up to 20 percent, cut downtime nearly 40 percent, and reduce repair and maintenance costs up to 30 percent.

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Lewis-Gale Medical Center

Lewis-Gale Medical Center’s success depends on reliable operation and service of their HVAC system. Trane provided an integrated service solution that includes the central monitoring of more than 200 points of critical alarms and events that are mission critical to delivering an environment of care. Trane field service technicians are delivering on a Scheduled Service Agreement to ensure equipment is maintained at peak operating condition. The HVAC system includes Trane chillers and Tracer Summit™ controls throughout the facility.

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Weber State University

Weber State University constructed a new chiller plant equipped with Trane chillers to increase cooling capacity and efficiency and that is expected to save the University more than $400,000 in energy costs over the next twenty years.

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ARRIS Group, Inc.

ARRIS Group requires 99 percent or better uptime for their global data center. Trane provided a total system-integrated service solution that includes central monitoring of sixty-nine alarm and event points that are mission critical to delivering uptime. Trane field service technicians deliver a Performance Based Service Agreement with custom defined performance metrics tailored to meet the specific needs of ARRIS. The HVAC system equipment includes fifty-four rooftop units, one air-cooled 225-ton chiller and Trane Tracer™ controls.

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Lakeview Hospital

New Trane VAV terminals, a Tracer Summit™ chiller plant management system and a Series R™ chiller improve comfort and efficiency at Lakeview Hospital.

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Delta Hotel

In early 2009 a compressor failed in one of the twenty-plus-year-old rooftop air conditioning units at the Delta Hotel in Fredericton. For Marty Jenkins, Chief Engineer at Delta Hotel, the choices were to replace either the compressor or the entire rooftop unit. Jenkins said, "If we simply replaced the compressor, then we'd have a new compressor in an old air conditioning unit."

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Allen County Public Library

In 2001 Allen County Public Library (ACPL), one of the top U.S. libraries, and its 14 locations had a varied collection of HVAC systems, controls, fire alarm, access, security and other systems. With the planned addition of 127,000 square feet and renovation of 240,000 square feet at the main library in Fort Wayne, ACPL used the opportunity to upgrade, standardize and integrate buildings, systems and equipment.

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Savvis Communications

$2,124,000 per year in energy savings due to chilled water plant and pumping system controls upgrade at mission-critical data center.

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Passavant Area Hospital

Reinforcing their commitment to creating a sustainable environment, Passavant administrators were looking to increase energy efficiency performance, reduce operating costs to be more competitive and improve the environment of care to enhance patient satisfaction and outcomes.

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Texas RoadHouse

One reason for Texas Roadhouse® restaurants’ fast-growing success is customer and kitchen staff comfort. Several years ago Texas Roadhouse restaurants began using LCSystem’s backshelf hood system. The change from canopy to backshelf hoods improved kitchen comfort levels and reduced exhaust airflow as much as 50 percent. However, like canopy hoods, backshelf hoods included conventional make-up air (MUA) that was heated in winter but not conditioned in summer.

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Keuka College

Keuka College is one of the leading proponents of experiential learning, which encourages students to get out in the world and learn by experiencing different countries and new cultures, often in challenging climates. But when students are back on campus, they need a comfortable place to study. Keuka, like many institutions, was facing rising energy, maintenance and repair costs. Budgetary pressures made funding needed system improvements a challenge. To provide a comfortable learning environment, Keuka’s administrators called on Trane’s expertise when they needed to upgrade the school’s aging HVAC systems.

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Georgian College

Renovating the HVAC system at Georgian College’s Building C, built in 1971, was an easy decision. The 85,000 square-feet building, which houses administration staff, book store and cafeteria, was equipped with old multizone rooftop systems that not only couldn’t meet heating and cooling requirements, but were frequently broken down causing numerous comfort complaints from students, staff and faculty. And when the old systems did run, they consumed excessive energy

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World Market Center

When complete World Market Center will include eight buildings totaling more than 12 million square feet—the world’s largest furniture design and show room center.

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Kingston General Hospital

In 2002 three of the four chillers serving Kingston General Hospital (KGH) were 30 to 40 years old with efficiencies of only 1.0 kWh per ton of cooling capacity. Even under the best conditions, the chiller plant was unable to meet peak cooling capacity — on several occasions during 2002 scheduled surgeries were cancelled due to poor temperature control. In addition, hospital expansions were planned that would put even more strain on the aging chiller plant.

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Tallahassee Single Day Surgery

As its name implies, Tallahassee Single-Day Surgery Center (TSDSC) doesn’t usually let problems linger. But the legendary heat and humidity of Tallahassee, Florida present challenges that are not easily conquered. Extreme summer heat and humidity make meeting strict surgical ventilation, humidity and temperature guidelines difficult—not to mention very expensive. With those extreme conditions, it’s not surprising that the performance from the 14-year-old rooftop unit provided reliably poor temperature and humidity control. It was time for an upgrade.

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St.Clare Hospital

Trane Service Ensures That St. Clare Hospital Gets Outstanding Performance from New Chiller and Controls System

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Sydney Entertainment Center

The Sydney Entertainment Centre was built in 1983 and has become one of the busiest indoor multi-use facilities in Australia. After 23 years of good service, it was time to replace the chillers on its HVAC system. But rather than simply replacing the old chillers, Arena Management, the Centre’s operator, considered this an opportunity to improve comfort, efficiency, reliability and environmental friendliness. So they took a total system view and called on the expertise of Trane.

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Acer Arena

The Acer Arena (formerly known as the Sydney Superdome) is the largest entertainment and sporting arena in Australia. It is not just the former home of the Sydney Olympics or Australia’s number one venue, it is also inarguably one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally responsible indoor arenas in the world.

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Providence Newberg Medical Center

In early 2002 PNMC decided to build a new hospital and approached the design, architecture and systems selection with a green perspective. A major objective was to save energy costs over the life of the building by using energy efficient technologies in every facet of design and construction.

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St.Vincent's Hospital

Super-Efficient Dehumidfying Eliminates Costly Reheating of Water to Win the Battle Against Humidity

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Shelby Public Schools

Shelby Public Schools, about 70 miles north of Grand Rapids, Michigan, initiated a capital improvement project to improve the comfort, security and IAQ in the district’s buildings.

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Waterloo Community Schools

Waterloo Community Schools has an enrollment of approximately 10,000 students and encompasses 13 elementary schools, four middle school and three high schools. Like many school districts, Waterloo’s school buildings range in age from two to nearly 90 years. Similarly, many of heating and ventilating units throughout the district needed replacement—many were more than 30 years old. Many building control systems were based on pneumatic controls which had become unreliable

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Liberty Public Schools

In early 2007 the Liberty School District initiated a project to renovate and upgrade the HVAC systems and equipment throughout the district. As part of the project, the district also wanted to install and integrate the HVAC systems with a single, district-wide building control system. At that time the school district had Trane HVAC systems in five of the schools and control systems from two other suppliers in the other 10 school buildings. Four of the schools had no control systems. Magnifying the challenge was the requirement that all work needed to be completed during the summer of 2007, before students returned to class.

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Hermitage Elementary School

Using a comprehensive green building approach, Hermitage Elementary School was completed about $800,000 under budget, earning honors as a high-performance, sustainable building, including the 2006 Virginia Green Innovation Award from the Virginia Sustainable Building Network. It is the first Virginia elementary school to earn United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. Most importantly, student attendance is up.

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Ferris ISD

Ferris Independent School District faced rising energy and maintenance costs. Outdated HVAC systems and inconsistent lighting conditions created high energy usage, excessive maintenance costs and unreliable operation. Some classrooms were below Illuminating Engineering Society standards for classroom lighting levels. Further, the HVAC systems lacked programmability, resulting in poor building temperature and ventilation control

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Deltona High School

In recent years Volusia County Schools, like many school districts, has faced rising energy and operating costs coupled with ever-tightening budgets. Five years ago, as part of an effort to offset rising energy costs at Deltona High School, Senior Construction Project Manager Larry Hood led a team that upgraded the HVAC system at Deltona High School to improve the indoor environment and energy efficiency.

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Davenport Community Schools

Since 2003 DCS has reduced electrical consumption by more than 2.5 million kWh and natural gas consumption by more than 363,000 therms, with a total reduction in energy consumption of 24.9 percent. Overall, the school district has saved $1.5 million. In 2004 DCS was recognized by the U.S. EPA for its leadership in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources.

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Bethel Middle School

The Bryant School District had already obtained bond funds to construct a new, conventional middle school. However, after school district leadership began studying sustainable building features, with help from the local chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the school district decided to change from a conventionally designed school to a high performance, LEED-certified green building.

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Utah State University

The Food Services Building at Utah State University was served by a 30-year-old absorption chiller that needed to be replaced. Full cooling load on the building was estimated at 250-tons. USU considered installing an electric chiller, but the building’s electric service could not handle a 250-ton cooling capacity electric chiller. Upgrading the electrical service would have cost $32,000.

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North Carolina State University

When North Carolina State University renovated several dormitories they knew what they wanted in HVAC systems. Among the benefits they got from Trane was fast delivery of high-quality fan-coil air conditioning units with factory installed and tested piping and controls. Trane’s single-source equipment and controls saved significant installation time and money.

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Duke University

In 1999 Duke University had no central chilled water plant. Each building had its own chiller plant or other type air conditioning system. As more buildings were added, the need for more operations and maintenance staff grew.

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Metro Nashville District Energy System

The Metro Nashville District Energy System (DES) has provided heating and cooling to downtown Nashville buildings for nearly 30 years using a trash-burning plant. In recent years the plant became less reliable and did not have the capacity to meet growing demand. Despite efforts to maintain reliability and safety, and increase capacity, the facility struggled to remain economically and environmentally viable.

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Hillsborough County

While building a new courthouse, the County recognized an opportunity to centralize chilled water production for all downtown buildings. An energy efficient central plant was built in 2001, but due to a lack of capital funding, the county could not implement the necessary capacity and piping to connect the plant to all downtown buildings.

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Virginia Department Of Forestry

Trane Building Services Helped the Virginia Department of Forestry Dramatically Improve Energy Use

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White Castle

White Castle Restaurants, famous for its mouth-watering hamburgers, faced the classic restaurant dilemma. Poorly ventilated kitchens can drive cooks and employees from the cooking areas, leading to production delays, quality problems, increased employee turnover, and ultimately reduced repeat business.

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Tanglewood Mall

Tanglewood Mall’s original Trane chiller units were 35 years old and mall management wanted to replace the equipment, better manage utility costs, and act more environmentally friendly.

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Kindred Healthcare

Trane provides sales, service, parts and project management support for Kindred Healthcare.

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Franklin Memorial Hospital

Franklin Memorial Hospital (FMH) is well-known for innovative health care. Now, FMH is first to use Trane’s innovative CDQ™ air conditioning system—developed with a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Kilborn Medical Centre

Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week with various tenants on differing schedules made Kilborn Medical Centre’s indoor environment difficult to control, particularly with a pneumatic control system. While the situation presented operating and energy efficiency improvement opportunities, upgrading to a Direct Digital Control (DDC) system was complicated due to limited accessibility to tenant spaces.

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Sentara Norfolk General Hospital

Hospital Needs to Keep Working, So Trane Works Around the Clock

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Cleveland Clinic Florida

Intended as a plan and spec project, when initial cost estimates came in significantly over budget, Cleveland Clinic Florida moved to a design/build approach and established a team to reduce both design and construction costs without sacrificing building quality or functionality. Open communications between team members was emphasized. HKS Architects, a national firm headquartered in Dallas, Texas, designed the facility, using their extensive experience in health care facilities. The construction manager was Centex Rogers, headquartered in Nashville.

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Hotel Le Meridien

Le Meridien is an international five star hotel situated in the heart of Bangalore city. Brand Le Meridien epitomizes luxury and upscale full-service hotels and yet it is conscious of its environmental footprint. The hotel wanted to upgrade its HVAC system from reciprocating chillers which were installed in 1985. The aim was to improve energy efficiency, ensure reliability and reduce service costs.

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Oxford Hotel

The last time The Oxford Hotel’s HVAC system was upgraded was in 1982. In 2009 the system needed replacement to not only assure continued guest comfort, but also take advantage of new, more efficient and green HVAC technology. A major concern in the upgrade project was retaining the hotel’s originality and charm. Another factor in the upgrade was proper temperature and humidity control for the preservation of the hotel’s extensive, famous collection of 19th and 20th century paintings of the American West.

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High Museum Of Art

The High Museum had just completed a major expansion that added five buildings and doubled the museum’s size, and in doing so had attracted an exhibition of world masterpieces from legendary museums like France’s Musee du Louvre.

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Chesapeake Regional Medical Center

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center had developed plans for a 49,000 square feet expansion; however the existing chiller plant did not have the necessary cooling capacity to handle the additional floor space. The medical center also did not have any HVAC system redundancy and wanted to eliminate the CFC refrigerants in the existing chillers.

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West Jefferson Medical Center

Few HVAC applications are more critical than in healthcare. Trane recently helped West Jefferson Medical Center (WJMC) attain precise temperature and humidity control for its new CyberKnife™ robotic surgery system using Trane’s new CDQ™ (Cool, Dry, Quiet) desiccant dehumidification system.

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Wythe County

Wythe County Hospital (WCCH) had a predicament. Built in 1972, the facility needed to upgrade the HVAC systems in their operating suites to maintain strict JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations) standards for temperature, humidity and airflow. But as the only hospital serving 36,000 people in two counties, they couldn’t close down for renovation, or even let the installation interfere with a busy surgical calendar or vital day-to-day hospital operations.

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Haltom High School

In the spring of 2006 Birdville Independent School District (BISD) decided to replace the two 400-ton chillers that had been serving Haltom High School for 17 years. The chillers were no longer reliable or very efficient. The major challenge was that all of the replacement work needed to be completed that summer in time for the start of the 2006-2007 school year.

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Hood County

Hood County, Texas, had aging HVAC equipment and was facing rising energy and maintenance costs, inconsistent space temperatures and comfort levels, and uncontrolled building operation at a number of county facilities. The County also faced a mandate from the State of Texas to reduce energy expenses.

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St.Margaret's Daughters' Home

St. Margaret’s Daughters’ Home, located in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward, was virtually destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. While all residents were safely evacuated before the storm hit, the building was declared unsalvageable after it was flooded with up to six feet of standing water for two weeks. St. Margaret’s officials immediately began searching to find a new home for residents as quickly as possible. They found a new home in the former Bywater Hospital on St. Claude Avenue. Although suitable, the building needed total renovation of the HVAC systems that would require many months of work. Meanwhile, the residents and staff needed dependable heating and cooling systems to provide a comfortable, clean indoor environment.

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Baylor College of Medicine

Due to Tropical Storm Allison in 2001, Baylor College of Medicine suffered a significant loss of research data when their below-grade central chiller plant flooded with more than five feet of water. Trane technicians were quickly on site to help in the central plant recovery efforts.

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Indo Rama Synthetics (I) Ltd.

Due to a rapid increase in their business, Indorama had embarked on a significant expansion program. A new process-cooling plant was needed due to insufficient cooling capacity to accommodate new production lines. Indorama established challenging supplier requirements relative to initial first cost, operating costs, reliability, ease of maintenance and available space. Furthermore, Indorama wanted to take an environmentally responsible position.

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Ocean Spray Cranberries

Ocean Spray is an agricultural cooperative owned by more than 800 cranberry growers in the U.S. and Canada. When the cooperative selected its Middleboro, Massachusetts facility to produce sweetened dried cranberries (SDCs), they needed to upgrade building infrastructure to support the new production process, which used 25°F chilled water. Ocean Spray looked for a single source provider to act as an owner/consultant to work with the design team, supply and install the HVAC and process chiller equipment. The right provider would be directly responsible to Ocean Spray—reducing the complexities and cost overruns of conventional construction processes.

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Trinity United Methodist Church

Since its founding in 1879, Trinity United Methodist Church has been striving to make a difference in the lives of its members, in its neighborhood and in the world. This mission is carried out through the organization’s Sunday worship services and its local and global ministries. It is also evident in its childcare program, where the goal is to build creative, nurturing and stimulating environments that promote exploration and discovery.

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Washburn Tech

Washburn Tech (WT) is a nationally recognized innovator in career and technical education designed to enhance lives and strengthen the communities it serves. WT’s Midwest Training Center (MTC) provides training in current and emerging climate and energy control technologies. Backed by a system of connected and stackable credentials, the center offers existing technicians, new students and displaced workers a multitude of programs in a variety of industry sectors including energy, transportation, and advanced manufacturing.

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UNICHEM Laboratories Ltd.

While Unichem has enjoyed four years of successful operations with the Trane chillers at their Ghaziabadfacility, they wanted to optimize the heating, ventilation,and air conditioning system (HVAC) to deliver maximum energy efficiency and reliability, and achieve full United States FDA compliance (21 CFR, Part 11).

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Pfizer Robotics & Stability Facility

HVAC system upgrade by Trane includes CDQ™ desiccant dehumidification system to meet strict humidity specifications in a life-science facility.

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