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Customer Stories

Customer Story

Santikos Entertainment Improves Moviegoer Experience and Saves Energy

Family-owned movie theater brand in San Antonio elevates the movie-watcher’s experience with a focus on comfort and energy efficiency. Upgraded quipment and building controls enhance thermal comfort, acoustics, lighting, and air quality – all while saving funds to go back to the community.

December 18, 2023

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Midland Independent School District: Enhanced Educational Environments through Federal Funding

Midland Independent School District is home to 28,000 students across 38 schools. Through collaboration with Trane and funding from Elementary and Secondary School Relief (ESSER), the district will replace aging equipment, upgrade building automation systems, and improve indoor air quality. The result? A more comfortable and effective learning environment.

September 27, 2023

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Knox County Schools

A collaboration between Knox County Schools and Trane saves the district more than $74 million. The partnership resulted in energy improvements to 90 schools, including updated HVAC systems, controls, LED lighting, and more.

September 20, 2023

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Accelerating Decarbonization Goals through AI-Enabled Building Optimization

An industry leader in the collection and processing of life-saving biological material sought expert guidance on how to advance progress towards Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reduction goals. After implementing Trane® Autonomous Control powered by BrainBox AI® in more than 120 donation and collection facilities, Trane Autonomous Control has reduced 1,132 mtCO2e and has resulted in $329k in energy cost savings in the first 18 months of operation.

September 18, 2023

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Trane Upgrades Cut Arnprior Regional Health Utility Costs by 20+ percent, Optimize IEQ

Trane and Arnprior Regional Health partner to improve indoor environmental quality for hospital occupants in the second phase of a multi-phase program. Read how this award-winning project resulted in improved lighting, indoor air quality, and thermal comfort, as well as system reliability, energy efficiency, data analytics, and more.

August 31, 2023

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Arnprior Regional Health Mission-Critical Upgrades Improve Environment, Save CA$75,000+

Arnprior Regional Health partners with Trane to improve infrastructure system reliability, lower maitenence costs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the first phase of a multi-phase program. The team used energy savings performance contracting and high efficiency boilers to meet their goals - all while keeping critical operations running.

August 31, 2023

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Leading High-Tech Manufacturer

A leading High-Tech Manufacturer relies on Trane Rental Services for new facilities. The manufacturer sought a trusted collaborator in system design, customer service, and comprehensive rental solutions.

July 25, 2023

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Ypsilanti Community Schools

A partnership between Ypsilanti Community Schools and Trane results in upgraded HVAC equipment and controls, reduced energy costs, and resolved maintenance challenges.

July 10, 2023

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Transforming Toronto Western Hospital: Record-breaking Wastewater Energy Project

Discover how Toronto Western Hospital partnered with Trane and Noventa Energy to pioneer a record-breaking Wastewater Energy Transfer™ system, leveraging renewable energy from municipal sewage for heating and cooling. This sustainable solution not only reduces carbon emissions but also saves 8,400 tons of CO2 annually, making a significant impact on the environment and the hospital's energy costs.

June 07, 2023

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Shooting Star Casino's Energy-Efficient Advancements: Sustainability and Comfort

Shooting Star Casino partnered with Trane to achieve remarkable energy savings and superior indoor environmental quality (IEQ). The casino reduced energy costs by up to 35% while enhancing guest comfort. Explore this sustainable initiative, which exemplifies the Trane's commitment to sustainability, cost savings, and optimal comfort.

May 10, 2023

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Empowering Education: Energy Efficiency at Christian County Schools

Christian County Schools utilized Trane to implement energy-saving upgrades, improving efficiency, comfort, and learning environments while saving nearly $375,000 annually. This successful partnership prioritized sustainability and created an optimal educational experience for students.

April 28, 2023

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Optimizing STEM Education: Trane BTU Crew Drives Improvements at Beloit USD 273

Learn how Trane's BTU Crew program empowered students at Beloit USD 273 to drive energy-efficient upgrades and improve indoor environmental quality (IEQ) in their school buildings. Through this unique public-private collaboration, students gained real-world learning experiences in data analytics and STEM, leading to improved comfort, reduced CO2 levels, and elevated STEM education.

April 11, 2023

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Upgrading Learning Spaces: Clovis Unified's ESSER & Performance Contract Solution

Explore how Clovis Unified School District worked with Trane and utilized Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding and an Energy Service Performance Contract to upgrade infrastructure systems, improve indoor air quality, and optimize the learning environment for over 43,000 students in Fresno, California.

January 27, 2023

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Kaneland Schools' Renewable Energy Journey

Comprised of 140 square miles and 11 zip codes throughout Kane County, Illinois, Kaneland Community Unit School District was formed to consolidate rural school districts into larger, modern entities.

December 21, 2022

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City of Claremont: Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

Discover how the City of Claremont, California, through a strategic partnership with Trane, modernized its aging infrastructure, improved energy efficiency, and transitioned to 100% renewable energy, resulting in substantial cost savings and a significant reduction in carbon emissions.

December 07, 2022

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Vernon Hills Park District's Solar Success Story

By partnering with Trane and utilizing a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), the park district implemented a 122.4 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system, significantly decreasing its carbon footprint and exceeding its renewable energy targets. Discover how this turnkey solution enabled the park district to embrace clean energy without upfront capital costs

October 26, 2022

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Revolutionizing Efficiency: SCDOT Headquarters' Energy Transformation

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Headquarters in Columbia achieved a remarkable 41% reduction in energy use and improved building comfort through innovative upgrades with Trane. Learn about water-cooled chiller plant, high-efficiency boilers, LED lighting, and Trane Tracer Ensemble BMS empowering efficiency. Explore how performance contracting saved costs and earned ASCEM Energy Project of the Year Award.

September 30, 2022

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Ford's Sustainable Data Center: 540,288 kWh Energy Reduction & $35,000 Operating Cost Savings

Ford Motor Company's Dearborn campus achieved remarkable energy savings of 540,288 kWh and reduced CO2 emissions by over 330 metric tons through a cutting-edge, sustainable chiller plant implementation. Learn about Trane's high-efficiency CenTraVac® centrifugal chillers, low GWP refrigerants, and reliable solutions for a mission-critical data center

September 23, 2022

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Energy Efficiency Upgrade at Georgia World Congress Center Authority

By centralizing mechanical operations, replacing aging HVAC equipment, and upgrading lighting fixtures to LEDs, GWCCA reduced energy use by over 39 percent, saving 20 million+ kWh of electricity and $2.5 million+ annually. The project also led to LEED Gold certification, making it the world's largest LEED certified convention center.

July 27, 2022

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Decreasing Carbon Emissions at Grand Hyatt New York

Discover how Grand Hyatt New York partnered with Trane to achieve its sustainability goals. By optimizing building operations with Trane's advanced solutions, the hotel significantly reduced energy consumption, cutting down CO2 emissions by 916 metric tons and saving over $600K in utility rebates.

May 25, 2022

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Optimizing Comfort at the Bank of America Stadium

Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers, partnered with Trane to overcome significant cooling capacity challenges and rising energy costs. Trane's turnkey solutions, including new chillers, variable flow piping, and advanced building automation, increased cooling capacity, improved efficiency, and reduced energy consumption, projecting annual savings of $80,000.

May 17, 2022

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Homestead High School's Energy Management Success

Homestead High School partnered with Trane's Energy Performance solution to reduce costs, optimize energy use, and create an ideal learning environment, achieving approximately 10 percent lower electrical energy consumption and foreseeing future annual savings of over $40,000.

May 17, 2022

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Electrifying a luxury retail icon: Trane and Bergdorf Goodman

The Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) partnered with Trane Technologies to revolutionize luxury retail and achieve ambitious sustainability goals. By replacing outdated absorption chillers with energy-efficient Trane electric chillers, NMG significantly decarbonized its iconic Bergdorf Goodman Women's Store in New York City.

April 30, 2022

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Empowering HVAC Education: Northeast Community College's Transformational Journey

Join Northeast Community College on its transformative journey to enhance HVAC education and equip students with industry-relevant skills. Partnering with Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), the college established a state-of-the-art HVAC teaching lab. Discover how the collaboration revamped the curriculum, provided hands-on learning with Trane equipment, and trained instructors through the NC3 Train-the-Trainer program.

April 01, 2022

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Bridging the Skills Gap: Hill College's HVAC Training Lab & Industry Partnership

Chartered under the name of Hillsboro Junior College, Hill College was the first junior college in the state of Texas, enrolling its first students in 1923. Today, the college provides high quality comprehensive educational programs and services to enhance the educational, cultural, and economic development of students and the community. The college’s Cleburne extension includes six buildings and has more than 1,000 students enrolled in day and night classes.

April 01, 2022

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Preparing Tomorrow's Workforce: WSU Tech's Advanced HVAC Training Lab

Discover how WSU Tech, a leading technical college, addressed the challenge of outdated HVAC equipment and curriculum to attract new students and meet industry demands. By partnering with Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), WSU Tech established a state-of-the-art Climate and Energy Control Technologies Lab, equipped with high-efficiency Trane HVAC systems and advanced controls technologies.

April 01, 2022

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Achieving Net Zero: La Cité's Sustainable Campus Transformation

With a focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, lowering energy consumption, and optimizing building operations, La Cité upgraded its infrastructure to create a comfortable and eco-friendly learning environment. Discover how Trane's Tracer SC+ building automation systems, energy monitoring, and load shedding strategies enabled La Cité to achieve their net zero objectives while also streamlining scheduling processes and providing ongoing support and training.

March 04, 2022

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Boulevard Brewing Company: Efficient Solutions for a Historic Facility

Explore how Trane provided efficient HVAC solutions for Boulevard Brewing Company's expansion into a historic office building. Trane's high-efficiency IntelliPak rooftop units with eFlex variable-speed compressors and Tracer SC building automation system ensured optimal performance and comfort. Temporary rental equipment and ductwork modifications facilitated a smooth transition, while a custom incentive credit from Kansas City Power & Light helped offset project costs.

February 16, 2022

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Sustainable Data Center Solutions for Cape Augusta Digital Properties

Innovative alternative system projected to reduce energy use by about two-thirds; to provide reliable, lower-cost environment for tenants • Augusta, GA Built in 1881, on the historic site of the Confederate Powder Works, Cape August Digital Properties is being developed by Cape Augusta Digital Properties into a major regional data center. The data center development and management company expects to lease portions of the historical property to technology companies, data center users and operators, integrators and cybersecurity educators.

January 28, 2022

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Optimizing Indoor Environmental Quality at Gateway Technical College

Gateway Technical College in Southeastern Wisconsin successfully optimized indoor environmental quality (IEQ) to create a safe and comfortable learning environment for 20,000 students returning to in-person classes in fall 2021. By partnering with Trane and implementing Synexis in-room devices that utilize Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) technology, the college reduced viruses, bacteria, mold, and odors in the air and on surfaces.

January 19, 2022

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Energy-Efficient Ice Rink at Complexe Sportif

Complexe Sportif in Quebec, CA, revolutionized its ice rink's mechanical system to achieve optimal performance, safety, and sustainability. The ice rink's environmentally-friendly approach, combined with Trane's reliable solutions, led to the successful operation of Complexe Sportif Trane, paving the way for future expansion opportunities.

December 14, 2021

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Dallas Stars Ice Skating Rink

One-stop solution enables fast construction of seasonal outdoor skating rink; provides high-quality ice, even as temperatures warm; helps increase revenues by $50,000

December 14, 2021

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Innovative Cooling Upgrade at Mercedes-Benz USA

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.

November 01, 2021

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Hillsborough Community College

Hillsborough Community College leaders developed and implemented a comprehensive five-year plan with Trane which enabled the College to upgrade systems, controls and implement preventative maintenance, saving nearly $1.8 million in energy costs and nearly 23 million kWh over the past five years. The College also reduced its environmental footprint and improved IEQ throughout their five campuses and district administration building.

October 13, 2021

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VRF System Upgrade at CORE Fitness Studio

Facing temperature and humidity issues in their previous locations, CORE Cycle.Fitness.Lagree, a high-end boutique fitness studio in Providence, Rhode Island, transformed its fitness experience by upgrading its HVAC system with a VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) solution with Trane.

September 30, 2021

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GSA Region 2 Energy Savings Performance Contract

Partnering with Trane as the general contractor, the GSA implemented 98 energy-saving measures, including building automation system improvements, HVAC upgrades, lighting enhancements, and more. The result? Remarkable annual savings of $7.4 million in taxpayer dollars, a 30% reduction in energy consumption, and 24 million gallons of water saved per year.

September 22, 2021

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Enhancing Indoor Air Quality: Ithaca City School District

The Ithaca City School District (ICSD) in New York partnered with Trane to prioritize safety and indoor air quality (IAQ) in their educational buildings amidst the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. With over 1,000 HVAC and air-filtration systems spread across 12 campuses, Trane conducted a comprehensive remediation project to recondition and recalibrate the systems for optimal comfort and safety.

September 14, 2021

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Transforming Prairie Trails School into a Net-Zero Energy Facility

Leaders at River Trails School District 26 planned to renovate the building to house the suburban Chicago district’s kindergarten and preschool students, as well as district administration. District leaders wanted to create the best possible learning and working environment for the building, optimizing indoor air quality and ensuring consistent building comfort. The redesigned building would be called Prairie Trails School.

September 08, 2021

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Elevating Efficiency and Comfort at Pittsburg State University

Pittsburg State University (PSU) in Kansas collaborated with Trane to overcome multiple deferred maintenance challenges and optimize its academic environment. With a focus on improving comfort, energy efficiency, and indoor air quality (IAQ), Trane implemented a holistic and data-driven approach, starting with a proof-of-concept pilot to assess building performance.

August 20, 2021

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Caney Valley USD 436: Facilitating Learning Through Sustainable Building Upgrades

Caney Valley Unified School District 436 in Kansas tackled deferred maintenance and funding challenges by partnering with Trane. The district underwent a $3.9 million improvement project that included upgrading HVAC systems, implementing high-efficiency LED lighting, and adding building automation systems, resulting in 20 percent energy savings and enhanced building comfort and safety for students, teachers, and staff.

August 13, 2021

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Saint Martin de Porres High School: Creating a Comfortable Learning Environment with Trane Solutions

Saint Martin de Porres High School in Cleveland, Ohio, overcame funding challenges to provide underprivileged students with a comfortable and energy-efficient learning environment. Partnering with Trane®, the school underwent a comprehensive upgrade that reduced energy costs by over 30%, and improved academic performance, attendance, and overall comfort for students and staff.

August 02, 2021

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Preserving History with Modern Comfort: Trane and Mitsubishi Electric VRF System at 10-27 46th Ave, Long Island City

Explore how Trane and Mitsubishi Electric collaborated to design an HVAC system for the Trane New York City Commercial Sales Office, located in a 100+-year-old factory in Long Island City, New York. The challenge was to preserve the historic building's look and feel while providing optimal comfort for over 100 occupants in a space with limited mechanical equipment space and high ceilings.

July 22, 2021

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Efficient Chiller Plant Modernization and Emissions Upgrades at 55 Water Street

Discover how Trane executed a successful chiller plant modernization, incorporating high-efficiency chillers and thermal energy storage, while overcoming challenges caused by Superstorm Sandy and ensuring uninterrupted tenant comfort at 55 Water Street in New York. Additionally, the building's diesel generators were upgraded with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems to reduce emissions and participate in demand response programs.

June 21, 2021

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Powering Efficiency at Marine Gateway Development"

Trane, in collaboration with FortisBC Alternative Energy Services and Pinchin Ltd, designed and implemented a low carbon district energy plant for the Marine Gateway development in Vancouver. The innovative plant combines geoexchange and heat-recovery systems to efficiently provide simultaneous heating and cooling to the mixed-use property, reducing energy use, carbon footprint, and achieving LEED Gold certification.

June 21, 2021

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Ozarks Technical Community College

Equipment and controls upgrades, and implementation of comprehensive energy management solution, result in significant reduction in electricity usage; projected first year electricity cost savings of $200,000.

June 21, 2021

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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.

June 21, 2021

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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.

June 21, 2021

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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.

June 21, 2021

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Robertson County

Guaranteed performance contracting upgrades reduce electricity consumption by more than 1.5 million kWh and natural gas use by more than 46,000 therms; result in first-year energy savings of $200,000+, and significant operational and maintenance cost savings.

June 21, 2021

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Cook County School District

District adopts comprehensive solutions to improve the learning environment for students, while achieving electricity costs that are $70,000 below their expectations.

June 21, 2021

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Othello Community Hospital

Energy Savings Performance Contract project awarded Department of Commerce and utility grants of more than $240,000; addresses humidity issues; reduces operational costs; and improves comfort, patient care and physician retention.

June 21, 2021

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Custom Penthouse Replacement

Original to the 1985 building, the penthouse unit serving the HVAC needs of the 100,000 sq ft, Class B office building had become unreliable, and ineffective at providing a comfortable work environment for tenants. Building owners were concerned about the ever-increasing hot/cold complaints and the potential for lost revenue due to tenant dissatisfaction. Knowing they could not survive another summer with the aging equipment, owners sought to replace building systems before temperatures began to heat up.

June 21, 2021

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University of Florida

Performance contracting upgrades at J. Wayne Reitz Union increase capacity; projected to exceed guaranteed savings of 3,728,505 kWh of electricity, 13,597 therms of steam/yr, and result in first year savings of $535,657; receive $90,549 under an energy efficiency structure.

June 21, 2021

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Fayetteville State University

In alignment with its sustainability commitment, Fayetteville State University implemented performance guarantee contract upgrades to improve efficiency. Early results show a verified savings potential of $927,908 in energy, water, operations and maintenance costs.

June 21, 2021

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HSBC Tower

Majestic Management manages the major share of private leasable office space in Prince George, BC, including the HSBC Tower. Wishing to upgrade its portfolio, the firm implemented a turnkey design/build project at the building that resulted in a 50 percent energy savings and $100,000 in incentives.

June 21, 2021

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Von Braun Center

Originally built in 1974, the Von Braun Center has doubled in size over the years with four major expansions, and plans underway for construction of another 150,000 sq ft of space. While the renovations have allowed the center to increase the activities it can over, the additions have also contributed unfavorably to the performance of the facility’s mechanical systems.

June 21, 2021

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The Center

Founded in 1957 by the National Council of Jewish Women, The Center is dedicated to providing rehabilitative and recreational activities, as well as enriching life experiences, for children and adults with mobility, dexterity, or sensory disabilities. In 2005, The Center built a 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility to accommodate their growing needs, and serve their approximately 1,000 members.

June 21, 2021

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The Alchemist Brewery

With a number of wash down and boiling procedures inherent in the beer brewing process, humidity control was a top priority as The Alchemist planned construction of its new Stowe facility. Based on a trusted relationship that spanned seventeen years, VHV contacted Trane to discuss project challenges and the best mix of HVAC equipment and controls to support the operation.

June 21, 2021

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Amalie Arena

Supplemental cooling system provides comfort; meets stringent NHL requirements to maintain ice quality during season playoffs.

June 21, 2021

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William Blount High School

Poor indoor air quality was negatively impacting the learning environment while utility costs were increasing. William Blount High School’s existing HVAC system was aging. There were moisture and humidity concerns, and space temperatures were inconsistent throughout the 180,000 square foot school. Much of the existing HVAC systems consisted of the original units installed when the school was built in 1978 and the Building Automation System (BAS) was obsolete. Energy costs were rising due to a stressed building envelop. The school had a limited budget and wanted the upgrades complete by the start of the 2020 school year.

June 21, 2021

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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.

June 21, 2021

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City of Boise - City Hall West

HVAC upgrades implemented by Trane and the City of Boise at the municipality’s City Hall West building are resulting in a substantial reduction in operational and energy costs. With the newer, more reliable equipment, service and maintenance costs have also been reduced. Monitoring of energy consumption by the City’s facilities team shows fewer demand peaks and an 8.7 percent year-over-year energy savings as validated by Trane Energy Optics analysis tools.

June 21, 2021

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Adams 14 School District

In early 2021, leaders at Adams County School District 14 in suburban Denver were eager to get students back to classrooms; district schools had been shuttered since March 2020. Learning from home, some students still lacked internet access.

June 21, 2021

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U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region

Trane partnered with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, stewards 193 million acres across the country’s 154 National Forests and 20 National Grasslands. However, forests and grasslands are greatly imperiled by wildfires. According to the State of California, wildfires destroyed over 4.2 million acres of land in the state, and damaged or destroyed nearly 10,500 structures in 2020.

June 15, 2021

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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.

Valuing personal growth, a respectful atmosphere, involvement, dedication and a safe, positive environment, the mission of Clarksville Community School District is to provide the fi nest educational opportunities so that all might achieve their fullest potential. This mission is carried out for approximately 350 students, housed in a three-winged facility that includes an elementary, middle and high school.

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Baylor Scott & White

Established in 1897, Scott & White Healthcare, now a part of Baylor Scott & White Health, is a leading health care system, encompassing one of the nation's largest multi-specialty group practices that provides personalized, comprehensive health care enhanced by medical education and research. Located on a 98-acre campus, the system’s 119-bed hospital in College Station, Texas, specializes in treating patients experiencing chest pain and heart attacks.

May 17, 2021

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City of Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Phase II

Energy Savings Performance Contract project increases sewer system capacity; reduces surcharges and flooding; expected to save 31,690 kWh annually; qualifies for energy conservation incentives estimated at $6,338.

May 17, 2021

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Lenoir City High School

Guaranteed Performance Contract enables unique financing solution for districtwide upgrades; improves classroom environment; projected to drop utility costs from $2.00/sq ft to $1.23/sq ft, resulting in first-year savings of $319,467 and $5,667,182 over term of the contract.

May 17, 2021

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Dighton Unified School District 482

Performance contracting upgrades result in projected savings in operations, maintenance and utility expenses of $190,000 a year; enhance classroom learning environment.

May 17, 2021

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Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District

Performance Contract updates facilities, reduces energy spend by 62 percent, generates 75 percent of electricity with PV solar carport canopies, and captures $3.35M in utility rebates and State incentives.

May 17, 2021

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Kearney Public Schools

District-wide implementation of building management system and energy services aligns with energy policy; improves learning environment; lowers maintenance costs; results in year-over-year energy savings of $130,000.

May 17, 2021

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University of Maine Farmington

Biomass hot water heating plant outperforms first-year expectations; replaces 390,000 gallons of heating oil; decreases carbon emissions by 4,000 tons per year; improves system reliability and reduces maintenance costs; supports local economy.

May 17, 2021

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Alamo Colleges District

Design build thermal energy storage project results in significant energy savings, reduced utility rates, and $150,000 in annual demand response rebates for three college campuses; cooperative procurement helps deliver project on time and on budget.

May 17, 2021

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Owensboro Health Regional Hospital

Controls upgrade, energy services, and a mindset of continuous improvement optimize operations, reduce energy costs, and improve the environment of care; save health system approximately $600,000 over a nineteen-month period.

May 17, 2021

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Laughlin Memorial Hospital

Performance contracting upgrades exceed expectations; result in first-year savings of more than $778,800; helped earn ENERGY STAR rating above 90, lower maintenance costs, improve indoor air quality and enhance patient comfort.

May 17, 2021

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel-Market Center

Holistic approach, chiller plant redesign, and optimized controls result in improved comfort, lower energy and operational costs; cost/occupied room reduced by 41 percent.

May 17, 2021

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Pacific Palms Resort

Located on a glorious hilltop near the San Gabriel Valley Mountains, the high-traffic Pacific Palms Resort welcomes US and international guests to metro Los Angeles. The 650-acre resort caters to both business and leisure travelers, with the bulk of its business attributed to conferences.

May 17, 2021

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Nebraska Furniture Mart

Thermal storage system keeps shoppers comfortable, lowers utility rates, removes 1.6 megawatts of electricity from daytime grid • The Colony, TX Founded in 1937, Nebraska Furniture Mart has four locations in Omaha, NE; Des Moines, IA; Kansas City, KS; and The Colony, TX. The furniture retailer delivers to forty-seven states, and employs more than 5,000 people dedicated to improving customer lifestyles. Nebraska Furniture Mart's newest location, near Dallas, is part of a 500-acre site currently under development.

May 17, 2021

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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.

May 03, 2021

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Washington Fruit & Produce

As Washington Fruit & Produce made plans to move their headquarters to an industrial business complex, the company laid out its objectives for the new building. Rather than an industrial look, owners sought a softer atmosphere for its offices. The new building would block nearby highways and surrounding industry from view, provide a quiet work environment, and conceal light switches, diffusers and ductwork for a seamless presentation. With a corporate commitment to being environment-friendly in all of its operations, energy efficiency was also a key objective for the building.

May 01, 2021

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Swiss Hills Career Center

With an aging infrastructure and mechanical systems reaching the end of their useful life, Swiss Hills Career Center was experiencing comfort issues. Facility managers and administrators were frustrated, as they were unable to control temperatures in one wing of the building that always remained cold. In addition, operating and utility costs were high and continuing to rise.

May 01, 2021

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Geisinger Hughes

Each floor of the four-story Geisinger Hughes Center North building provides 19,100 sq ft of space for the Geisinger insurance company offices and telecommunication operations. With the building approximately twenty-years old when it was purchased, operation of its original Trane equipment and controls had been extended beyond life expectancies. In addition, the primary heating source was electric duct heaters, which was resulting in high energy costs.

January 01, 2021

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Belmont University

Integrated controls system enables effective energy management; university expands 70 percent with minimal utility cost increase of just 10 percent.

January 01, 2021

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Monroe Wastewater Treatment Plant

Energy savings performance contract upgrades increase treatment capacity, maximize system life, and reduce energy costs; project on track to lower energy use by 86,652 kWh a year, and operational and maintenance costs by $8,000 annually; helping to avoid planned capital replacement costs of more than $5.2 million in the next ten years.

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Bon Secours Bellefonte Pavilion

Chiller upgrade reduces energy consumption an average of 40 percent in hot summer months; improves marketability of rental space; aligns with sustainability efforts.

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Norton County Hospital

Norton County Hospital’s existing chiller was more than twenty years old, and undersized for the growing facility. In addition, remodeling work completed several years ago resulted in a need for year-round cooling, which was putting an additional strain on the aging equipment. As a result, the hospital was experiencing serious comfort and reliability issues, particularly during summer months.

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Discovery Bay Resort

Chiller solution provides reliable comfort; meets noise abatement and aesthetics challenges; reduces energy consumption and maintenance costs.

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Lougheed Town Centre

Founded in 2005, Shape Properties, a visionary real estate investment and development company based in Vancouver, BC, has become one of the most active fully integrated developers in Western Canada. With a vision of creating vibrant urban lifestyle destinations, Shape Properties dramatically transforms the interaction between living, shopping, dining and entertainment. Driven by the philosophy of creating a dramatically different offering, along with their commitment and passion for client satisfaction, Shape Properties is elevating standards in the commercial real estate sector. The company is currently in the process of developing Lougheed Town Centre, a popular regional shopping center.

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King's Daughters Medical Center

Low flow, low temperature chilled water system exceeds expectations; creates cool, dry operating room environment; increases reliability, redundancy and flexibility for future expansions.

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City of Bremerton

Energy Savings Performance Contract enables upgrades at wastewater plant without significant staff time investment; two-phase project realizes annual savings of $167,000 in energy and $30,000 in maintenance, $500,000 in grants and $400,000 in incentives.

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Maury County Public Schools

Performance guarantee contracting upgrades improve air quality, comfort and the classroom learning environment; enable system control and energy management; projected to provide more than $400,000 in annual energy cost savings.

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Crosstown Concourse

Collaborative effort delivers effective HVAC, controls, and energy management solutions to increase asset potential; helps realize $250,000+ in capital first cost savings and reduced life cycle costs of $1.3 million+; assists vertical urban village in becoming catalyst for growth.

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Kansas State University Alumni Center

Building automation system upgrade and energy management services reduce operational costs; improve comfort, air quality and system functionality; result in energy savings of more than 18 percent.

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Wyomissing Area School District

Electricity supply contract reduces market susceptibility; provides budget certainty and substantial kWh price reduction; results in savings of 3.8 percent or $6,300 a year; allows opportunity to drive costs down through strategic efficiency measures.

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Willis-Knighton Medical Center

The two 750-ton Trane centrifugal chillers, in the twenty-year-old Willis-Knighton Medical Center chilled water plant, were taxed with providing comfort for the entire facility. The medical center sought upgrades to add capacity, control comfort, increase redundancy, and reduce energy costs, without a prolonged, disruptive construction outage. With the existing plant located in the basement, with little room for expansion, implementing upgrades would be a challenge.

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New Mexico Highlands University

The three-story 70,000 sq ft Student Union Building at New Mexico Highlands University was experiencing excessively high electrical costs that continued to rise year over year. A complex HVAC system that was not operating efficiently, along with continually rising electricity rates, were the cause of an alarming increase in cost per square foot at the facility.

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Lincoln Harris

The aging infrastructure of the high-rise at 121 West Trade Street had become unreliable. Service costs were increasing as facility managers worked to resolve operational issues and maintain the aging systems. Ownership sought an equipment replacement solution, but was concerned with the disruption a full change out would cause.

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Hemenways Seafood Grill and Oyster Bar

Commercial Self-Contained R'newal™ Service Program restores performance and reliability, minimizes disruption and guest disappointment•Providence, RI An adventure-loving fellow with a passion for fishing and a knack for hospitality inspired his grandson to found Hemenway’s Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar more than 30 years ago. Today, a member of the Newport Restaurant Group, the restaurant is a cherished establishment offering fresh top-of-the-catch fin and shellfish, locally farmed produce, crafted libations and unmatched cityscape views.

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Salt River Fields

With Trane as its trusted advisor, Salt River Fields integrated controls, implemented Trane Intelligent Services, and entered into one-stop HVAC/controls service contracts to more effectively manage third-party systems, reducing energy and operational costs.

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City of Dawson Creek

Owned by the City of Dawson Creek, the NHL-size Memorial and Kinsman hockey arenas offer winter season sports, as well as year-round special events for area residents and the surrounding communities. The city's 8-sheet Dawson Creek Curling Rink, located in a separate building and operated by the Dawson Creek Curling Club, completes the areas ice entertainment facilities, offering banquet accommodations and facility rentals, in addition to its regular curling events.

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Gail Borden Public Library District

The third largest public library building in Illinois, Gail Borden Public Library District serves more than a million area residents per year, 70 percent of whom are library cardholders. The library stocks more than 300,000 books and in excess of 200,000 items in other collections, such as electronic files.

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Sullivan County Courthouse

Chiller upgrade, energy efficiency improvements, and building envelope solutions reduce comfort complaints by more than 90 percent; enhance quality of indoor environment; result in energy savings of more than $45,000 annually.

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Sumter County Government

Guaranteed Performance Contract upgrades improve comfort, lighting and water conservation; reduce energy and operational costs by approximately 38 percent annually; awarded utility rebates of $88,703; result in avoided capital budget costs of more than $2.8 million.

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Johnson Development Associates

Connected Building Solutions improve visibility and control of building systems; reduce annual energy consumption approximately 15 percent; earn utility rebate of $25,000; provide 1.2 year payback.

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Cushman & Wakefield/Polaris Parkway

Building automation and energy management solutions help reduce annual energy usage by more than 225,500 kWh, greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent, and comfort complaints by 30 percent. Upgrades result in $20,000 annual energy savings and service cost avoidance of $35,000.

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Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center

Found synergies between multiple projects that addressed owner's immediate facility needs, desired improvements, and energy saving opportunities; project exceeded chiller plant kWh savings target by 150+ percent, reducing costs by nearly $187,000; awarded $304,250 in utility company incentives

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Clemson University

Nestled on 1,400 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Clemson University implemented a complex, design/build chiller plant aligned with its commitment to sustainability, and tailored to the scenic terrain and needs of its more than 17,000 students.

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Kansas City Public Schools

Performance guarantee funds re-commissioning to restore mechanical equipment operation throughout District, resulting in significant energy savings to the District and $1.3 million in rebates; keeps schools open during extreme hot/cold weather conditions.

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Pueblo County Courthouse

Challenged by an aging infrastructure, inefficiencies and high maintenance costs, county commissioners moved to restore the historical Pueblo County Courthouse to its original beauty, while improving energy management. Using a grant from the US Department of Energy, facilities management staff performed a comprehensive energy analysis of their buildings to determine ways to maximize efficiency, and developed a sustainability plan outlining their objectives to reduce energy use across county facilities by 5 percent in five years.

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Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College

As the dynamic HVAC industry continues to grow and change, it is finding itself faced with the challenge of an increasing shortage of skilled labor. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2016-2026 job outlook for HVAC technicians is expected to grow 15 percent, more than twice as fast as the average seven percent growth rate of all occupations. Without some special effort, the pool of qualified labor is not expected to keep pace, however, as fewer young technicians are entering the HVAC field.

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Singing River Health System

Central energy plant and controls system improve comfort, lower service costs, reduce energy use 20 percent; savings to be reinvested in medical equipment.

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Coffee County Schools

With a goal to become one of the top performing academic systems in the nation, Coffee County Schools has high expectations for the more than 4,000 students and their nine schools. The school district turned to Trane and a guaranteed savings program to improve air quality, comfort and the classroom learning environment; enabling system control and energy management of their facilities—all with guaranteed energy savings. Trane guarantees more than $335,000 to the school district annually.

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Lincoln Square South

Centralized chiller plant improves energy efficiency and occupant comfort; operates at .49kW/ton in part-load conditions.

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City of Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Phase III

Aeration system upgrades expected to achieve guaranteed utility cost reductions totaling 206,482 kWh per year; qualify for utility company incentives of approximately $55,000; maintenance and operational cost reductions estimated at $5,000 annually.

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Commercial Facilities Services

The outside and common areas of the two Corporate Plaza office buildings, managed by Commercial Facilities Services, had been recently remodeled and mechanical systems had been replaced. With utility costs continuing to run high, the property manager sought to further improve the facilities’ energy efficiency. As the company looked for solutions, they zeroed in on the buildings’ aging controls systems.

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Chiller solution answers e ciency and capacity needs, while adhering to budget requirements; results in energy savings and a $16,000 utility company rebate.

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Childress Klein

Childress Klein is a full-service firm offering a range of products and services covering all aspects of commercial real estate. The company manages approximately 40 million square feet of office, industrial, retail and multifamily properties in major markets throughout Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

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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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Coquitlam Centre

Morguard is a fully integrated real estate company that owns, manages and invests in high-quality, geographically diversified assets across North America. The forty year old company employs more than 1,500 professionals and is the property manager for Coquitlam Centre, a 9,350,000 sq ft retail shopping mall situated on fifty-seven acres of land in the Vancouver region.

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Vancity Centre

Vancouver City Savings Credit Union, known as Vancity, is Canada’s largest community credit union, serving the needs of more than 509,000 member-owners and their communities through fifty-nine branches. With environmental sustainability one of its guiding principles, Vancity is committed to energy efficiency, strives to do business in the most sustainable way possible, and is working hard to reduce its environmental footprint.

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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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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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Wendys

The Wendy's Company is the world's third-largest quick-service hamburger company. The Wendy's® system includes approximately 6,500 franchise and company-operated restaurants in the United States and twenty-nine other countries and U.S. territories worldwide.

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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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4 Bears Casino & Lodge

Trane equipment and controls service and preventive maintenance agreement improves system reliability, facility operations, and comfort; reduces service and maintenance costs by 50 percent.

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Chatham Lodging Trust

Chatham Lodging Trust is a self-advised, publicly-traded real estate investment trust (REIT) focused primarily on investing in upscale, extended-stay and premium-branded, select-service hotels. The REIT owns interest in 150 hotels, one of which is the Residence Inn Anaheim, a 200-suite property conveniently located about ten miles from the beach, near Anaheim amusement parks and attractions.

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Pala Casino Spa & Resort

HVAC and controls system upgrades, and energy management strategies result in $338,000 of annual savings and rebates of more than $238,000

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Four Seasons Resort

The Four Seasons Resort Maui is a 380 room, 600,000 sq ft, luxury hotel set in fourteen acres of landscape at Wailea, on the island of Maui. The sunny destination offers golden sand beaches, three pools, a variety of dining options and activities for adults and children alike.

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US-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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Entertainment Retailer

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Housed in the historic 40,000 sq ft., 1930s-era, former Air Force Hangar #1, Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum maintains a collection of over four dozen aircraft and space vehicles, as well as historical artifacts. The museum offers hands-on aerospace experiences for students, provides a research library with more than 10,000 book titles, and is available to rent for special events throughout the year.

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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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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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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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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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Brookdale Baptist Church

Lighting upgrades, installation of building automation system, and implementation of demand limiting triage controls strategy result in significant reduction in electricity costs; decrease peak demand by 64 percent.

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Fergus Falls Area Family YMCA

The Fergus Falls Area Family YMCA has served the community for over forty years. Beginning as a one-man operation, in an old bowling alley with a jukebox and a pool table, the YMCA has grown to a 96,000 sq ft facility with over 3,300 members. The facility boasts a sixty-five person staff and numerous volunteers, working daily to fulfill its mission of developing programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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605 Robson Street

Downsized heat recovery chiller provides reliability and a comfortable working environment; reduces gas consumption approximately 32 percent compared to base year.

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50 California Street

Chiller rebuild resolves obsolescence issue; saves 50 percent in replacement costs; results in energy cost savings of approximately $18,000 a month.

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One Clearlake Centre

One Clearlake Centre is an 18-story, Class-A commercial office building housing tenants in a variety of industries including financial and legal services, office staffing and insurance. The LEED Silver Certified building is owned by AEW Capital Management, LP and managed by CBRE, Inc., the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm. Committed to sustainability, CBRE was the first company in its industry to achieve carbon neutrality in its operations.

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One Orlando Centre

Parkway Properties is a real estate investment trust that owns and operates high quality office properties located in toptier Sunbelt markets. A proud member of the New York Stock Exchange, Parkway focuses on providing exceptional service and innovative workplace solutions. It's the day-to-day attention to detail in the way they serve customers, enhance assets, and invest capital that makes the difference, and allows Parkway to create long-term value for its shareholders.

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One Commerce Square

Managed by Cushman & Wakefield/Commercial Advisors, the 400,000 sq ft, 30-story One Commerce Square office tower is one of the tallest buildings in Memphis. Built in 1972, the tower has housed a variety of tenants with the State of Tennessee recently becoming its fourth anchor tenant, with 500 full-time employees from ten state government departments working in the building.

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Central Arts Plaza

Efficiency upgrades result in a 1,000 KW drop in daily demand, rebates of more than $380,000, and a 96 percent reduction in hot/cold calls.

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Sun Life Financial Center

Bentall Kennedy, one of North America's largest real estate investment advisory and services firms, serves the interests of over 500 institutional investors and manages 134 million square feet of office, retail, industrial and multi-residential property throughout the United States and Canada. Sun Life Financial Center, one of Bentall Kennedy's properties, includes more than a million square feet of leasable area in two Class A office towers connected by a main atrium.

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Financial Statement Services, Inc. (FSSI)

Founded in 1980, Financial Statement Services, Inc. (FSSI) is a nationwide, full-service print and mail leader, specializing in the secure, outsourced design, production and delivery of time-critical customer communications, such as statements, letters, bills and mandated compliance documents. Industries served by FSSI include financial services, insurance, public utilities, healthcare, government and others. Nearly 150 employees work in the company’s 168,000 sq ft corporate headquarters, a two-floor office building with security-access doors throughout and a glass-enclosed front lobby.

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Katy Medical Office Building

The new Katy Medical Plaza sits on more than eight acres of land in a fast growing area just west of Houston. When finished, the three-building complex will provide 150,000 square feet of Class A medical office space for some of the area’s best-known and respected physicians. The first building, already completed, includes LEED features, such as a grass roof to help reduce heat load and cool the building inside; a cistern to collect rain water; a bicycle rack for tenant use; water retention capabilities for irrigation and building facilities; traction elevators to reduce electricity use; thick insulated walls for a tight building envelope; and high performance glass to regulate natural light.

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City of Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Phase I

Energy Savings Performance Contract project reduces energy use by 247,116 kWh, and annual maintenance and operational costs by $29,667; qualifies for energy incentives estimated at more than $53,000; extends critical system life; helps avoid planned capital replacement costs totaling more than $2.8 million over the next ten years.

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Hunter Industries

Founded in 1981, family-owned Hunter Industries is a global manufacturer of products for the landscape irrigation and lighting industries, and a custom manufacturing provider. Committed to sustainability, Hunter's core business interest has been manufacturing products that allow irrigation and lighting professionals to create solutions that use as little water and energy as possible to create optimal landscape function and ambiance.

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Pinellas County Central Energy Plant

Constructed where a parking lot once stood, the new Pinellas County Central Energy Plant was built to generate and deliver chilled water through an underground distribution piping network to provide air conditioning to county buildings throughout downtown Clearwater. The facility includes a 4,500 sq ft. chiller/pump room, a 5,600 sq ft. cooling tower yard and a 4,122 sq ft. ice storage yard.

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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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Agnico Eagle

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Jewish Eldercare Centre

Energy contracting improvements, including implementation of geo-exchange system, controls upgrade and maintenance support, result in energy savings of more than $250,000 annually, a $20,000 annual reduction in operating/maintenance costs, and increased comfort.

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Mid Hudson Medical Group

Kirchhoff Companies, an integrated real estate development, investment and management firm specializing in medical, multifamily, retail and student housing assets, has developed an outstanding reputation for its dedication to integrity, quality and results. One of Kirchhoff Companies’ newest properties, an 83,400 square foot medical facility the company leases to Mid Hudson Medical Group, houses family internal medicine, OB/GYN, pediatrics, ophthalmology, and orthopedic services. Committed to quality, each and every member of the Mid Hudson Medical Group staff, from physicians and nurses to technicians and support personnel, strives to provide high-quality medical and surgical care in a warm, friendly setting.

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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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Hospital 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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St.Clare Hospital

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

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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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St.Vincent's Hospital

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

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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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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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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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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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Kindred Healthcare

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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City of Sultan

Wastewater Treatment Plant and Booster Pump and station upgrades collectively reduce energy use by 122,786 kWh a year, saving $10,400 annually, and qualify for incentives of nearly $23,000; Department of Commerce grants for plant exceed $196,000.

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Hopkins County Jail

With a population of nearly 47,000, Hopkins County offers the friendliness of a small town, combined with outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities. As part of the community, Hopkins County Jail provides inmates for special area projects, roadside cleanup and an inmate culinary program. The jail also employs a variety of innovative programs such as recycling of waste, and a produce garden, which helps lower food costs at the jail.

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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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Moody County Courthouse

Located in east central South Dakota, the three-story, 100 year old Moody County Courthouse was built to last. Constructed with fireproof cement and steel, the building has a Bedford Stone exterior and twenty-four inch concrete interior walls. The courthouse is decorated with beautiful murals, walls faced with white marble four feet up from the floor and black marble baseboards. The stairs are also white marble with wrought iron grill work and oak banisters, and lobby floors on each story are Terrazzo. Offices feature original oak floors with oak woodwork to match.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Jefferson Community College 2016

Located on a thirty-seven acre, wooded area in northern New York State, SUNY Jefferson Community College (JCC) is comprised of twelve buildings, the majority of which were built during the late 1960s. JCC is committed to providing high quality programs designed to meet the educational needs of county residents and the workforce needs of area employers. Fort Drum, home of the 10th Mountain Division, utilizes the college as an education source for soldiers and their families.

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Renison University College

Located an hour west of Toronto, Renison University College was founded by the Anglican community and is affiliated with the University of Waterloo. With an enrollment of approximately 6,300 students, the college offers degree programs in social work and the social sciences, as well as courses in languages, humanities, and culture studies. Renison University College is committed to helping students develop the skills to become citizens of a global community.

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Long Beach City College

One of the largest districts in the California Community College System, Long Beach City College (LBCC) has proudly served the community for over eighty years. The college boasts 1,400 employees and nearly 30,000 students learning in a student-centered environment. The college's two locations include a 112-acre Liberal Arts Campus (LAC) and a smaller, thirty-acre Pacifi c Coast Campus (PCC).

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Central Piedmont Community College

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) boasts six campuses located throughout Mecklenburg County with more than 70,000 students. The school is an innovative and comprehensive college that advances the lifelong educational development of students consistent with their needs, interests, and abilities, while strengthening the economic, social, and cultural life of its diverse community. It is CPCC’s vision to become the national leader in workforce development.

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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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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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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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Decatur County Community Schools

Decatur County Community Schools includes two elementary and two high schools, serving approximately 2,195 students in grades Pre-K through 12. The school district believes in personalized student learning opportunities through the integration of technology and curriculum, and focuses on encouraging students to persevere to meet academic challenges with openness, enthusiasm, and a willingness to solve problems.

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Murfreesboro School District

Murfreesboro School District encompasses nearly 220 square miles of land in Pike County, Arkansas. Centered in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, a small town of approximately 1600 people, the school district includes two elementary and one high school.

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Osseo Area Schools

Osseo Area Schools - ISD #279 is an award-winning school system that inspires and prepares its students with the confidence, courage, and competence to achieve their dreams; contribute to community; and engage in a lifetime of learning. The district serves more than 20,000 students in seventeen elementary schools, four junior highs, three senior highs, an area learning center, two early childhood centers, two special program sites, and an adult education/enrollment center. Racially and culturally diverse, the students of Osseo Area Schools reflect the global community, coming from homes where more than eighty dialects or languages other than English are spoken.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Bristol Hospital

Effective communication key to successful upgrade; saves 1.7M kWh of electricity, 130,000 CCF of natural gas, 3.1M gallons of water; results in $454,888 annual savings, utility incentives of $1.1M.

April 14, 2019

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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.

June 06, 2012