Pennybyrn at Maryfield: High Point, NC
Maryfield opened their doors for business over sixty years ago. As the years passed and their buildings aged so did their heating and air conditioning equipement. In 2010 they were faced with issues surrounding aging heating equipment and inefficiencies that resulted. Brady proposed a solution to replace their equipment with new, more energy efficient equipment and finance the project with energy savings.
Improvements included new condensing boilers for domestic and hot water heating, new HVAC equipment ad an upgraded building automation system. In the first six months after the upgrades Maryfield saved $37,547. read more+
Salem Academy and College: Winston-Salem, NC
In 2012 Salem Academy and College implemented various energy saving conservation measures which included installing high efficiency burners and boilers, lighting upgrades, occupancy sensors, and an advanced controls system which had the ability to remotely monitor and manage the campus.
As a result, Salem Academy and College reduced their annual consumption by more than 825,000 kWh, 16,000 therms and 2.9 million gallons of water. read more+
Edgecombe Community College: Tarboro, NC
Edgecombe Community College was experiencing high energy costs and aging equipment well past the designed useful life expectancy. Buildings also needed control system upgrades to facilitate temperature control and energy conservation routines. The college implemented a comprehensive capital improvmeent project funded by guaranteed energy savings. improvements included lighting upgrades, building automation controls system installation, and new HVAC equipment.
Edgecombe Community College is guaranteed to save $129,474 during the first year following project completion. read more+
Lenoir Community College: Lenoir County, NC
Lenoir Community College was dealing with high electrical costs as well as aging lighting, HVAC and plumbing systems, many of which had original equipment. With rising electrical costs, the college needed options to reduce energy consumption and replace the aging infrastructure. Lenior Community College implemented comprehensive improvements across the majority of its campus which were funded by guaranteed energy savings. Improvements included high efficiency lighting and control systems, new HVAC equipment and water conservation measures.
Lenior Community College is guaranteed to save $256,420 during the first year following project completion. read more+
University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Greensboro, NC
University of North Carolina at Greensboro was committed to reducing water and energy consumption and operational efficiencies as part of its conservation commitment and cost reduction efforts. UNCG partnered with Brady to become the first campus in the UNC system to use performance contracting to self-fund the replacement and upgrade of equipments and systems. Improvements included new HVAC equipment, chiller plant optimization, water conservation measures and lighting retrofits.
UNCG was guaranteed to save $568,862 annually as a result of the improvements implemented. read more+
Fayetteville State University: Fayetteville, NC
Fayetteville State University is committed to reducing energy and water consumption across their campus. Brady will partner with FSU in order to self-fund the replacmeent and upgrading of equipment and systems in 22 buildings under a performance contract. Improvements will include a central cooling and heating plant, major mechanical system upgrades, new HVAC equipment, lighting and water upgrades, and new building automation control systems.
Once the project is completed FSU is guaranteed to save $941,505 annually. read more+
Duplin County Schools: Kenansville, NC
Located in eastern North Carolina, Duplin County School System is a 16 district school system with headquarters in Kenansville. The schools in the district range from 17 to 65 years old. Brady recommended a performance contract as a way self-fund enhancements to deteriorating facilities. Improvements included lighting upgrades, controls upgrades, water conservation retrofits, HVAC equipment replacement and new water source heat pumps.
Duplin County Schools is guaranteed to save $368,751 during the first year following project completion. read more+
Durham Public Schools: Durham, NC
Aging infrastructure throughout the school system was leading to high energy and utility costs. Durham Public Schools teamed with Brady on a performance contract to self-fund enhancements to deteriorating facilities. Improvements included lighting retrofits, upgrades to building automation systems, installation of a solar hot water system, HVAC equipment replacement and water conservation measures.
As a result of the performance contract, Durham Public Schools is guaranteed to save $299,609 annually. read more+
North Carolina Department of Transportation: Raleigh, NC
One of North Carolina's largest state government agencies, NC DOT was in need of mechanical upgrades and repairs to six of its main buildings. Teaming with Brady, NCDOT upgraded their facilities by utilizing a guaranteed energy savings contract. Specific improvements included lighting retrofits, building automation and control upgraes, weatherization of buildings, installation of HVAC equipment and window replacements.
NC DOT is guaranteed to save $589,170 during the first year following project completion. read more+
North Carolina Museum of Art: Raleigh, NC
The museum was experiencing wide fluctuations in temperature and humidity which were prematurely aging the exhibits. The museum took advantage of the technological advancements in the HVAC industry when the NC Depatment of Administration awarded Brady the state's first capital improvmenet project funded by guaranteed energy savings. Specific improvements included cold fog humidification, lighting retrofits, HVAC equipment replacement, controls upgrades and water conservation measures.
As a result of the improvements not only were humidity fluctuations drastically reduced to only 5% the museum also reduced energy use by 60% which was enough to pay off all project costs. read more+
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Greensboro, NC 27406
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Brady Trane Service, Inc. is a NC Engineering Corporation (License # F-1317) as well as a Mechanical Contractor (License M102151), Heating Group 1 Class I, Heating Group 2, Heating Group 3- Class I and Plumbing Class I (License #20378).
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