Commercial Real Estate

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Faced with replacing an outdated chiller plant at the end of its life cycle, Credit Suisse explored the prospects of a high performance building that addressed the overall goals of energy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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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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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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Diocese of Honolulu

The Catholic Diocese of Honolulu comprises the entire state of Hawaii and the unincorporated Hawaiian Islands, and has been an integral part of the community since the mid-1800’s. It includes sixty-six parishes and twenty-three mission churches ministering to 215,000 Catholics on six islands, with forty schools, social services and affordable housing programs throughout the Diocese.

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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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