Past Sustainability Projects

The Office of Facilities Planning and Management integrate sustainability into all of our activities: Operations and Maintenance, green cleaning, recycling, composting, water use reduction and new construction. Some recent examples of projects that resulted in significant energy reductions are highlighted below.

RAF-I and II

Scope of Work:  Mechanical, Controls, and Lighting Upgrades

Projected Rebate:  $300,694

Projected Annual Energy Savings:  $501,417

Linda Shinshiro and Fred Echaluse in front of the RAF-II new air handler, with laptop showing the Building Control System’s remote access

MSOB

Scope of Work:  Replacement of Two (2) Rooftop Air Handlers with Controls Up-grade

Projected Rebate:  $125,038

Projected Annual Energy Savings:  $23,682

Linda Shinshiro next to a New Rooftop Air Handler, Roldan Penagos at a construction site.

3155 & 3165 Porter Drive

Scope of Work:  Mechanical System Replacement, Controls, and Lighting Upgrade

Rebate:  $352,178

Projected Annual Energy Savings:  $147,931

Linda Shinshiro and Fred Echaluse in front of the 3155 Porter Bldg.

Beckman

Scope of Work:  Mechanical controls system upgrade

Rebate:  $632,505

Projected Annual Energy Savings:  $833,765

Beckman Building

Falk

Scope of Work:  Replacement of Three (3) Air Handlers and Controls Upgrade

Rebate:  $108,509

Projected Annual Energy Savings:  $25,607

Linda Shinshiro and Fred Echaluse on the roof of Falk in front of a New Air Handler, with LPCH construction in the background