Bridgepoint, JEFFERSONVILLE, IN
Greater Clark County wanted to upgrade their HVAC, building automation, and electrical systems. They also needed to have a new tile floor installed.
Stipulated savings = $220,466 for 9 years totaling $1,984,194 This project resulted in better air quality for the school with lower energy costs. Based upon assumptions and calculations, the GCC Schools can expect their fully optimized energy savings (at 100% efficiency) to be $8,629.00 annually. GCC Schools can expect a total operational savings of $76,000 annually. This is the amount of stipulated savings in addition to the energy savings.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
ECS Midwest provided a building-wide Energy Management System upgrade, including the following:
- Classroom HVAC upgrade
- Electrical main distribution upgrade
- Central plant chiller installation
- Boiler Replacement
- Administration office HVAC upgrade
- Kitchen air conditioning
- VCT floor system in cafeteria
- Server Room ductless air conditioning system
- Installation of water softener
- Upgrade gymnasium HVAC and add air conditioning
- Installed 30 vertical unit ventilators: fabricated and installed a dispersion ductwork system to serve each classroom area. This allowed for even air distribution and quiet operation. Installed 2-pipe dual temperature piping distribution system along with four relief exhaust fans to work with the actual building pressure to maximize energy efficiency and promote proper ventilation. Installed a BACnet DDC temperature control system for the 2-pipe heating and cooling system with a network interface. CO2 sensors were installed in each classroom to allow additional energy savings.
- Installed one air-cooled chiller with temperature control upgrades to
maximize the efficiency of the dual temperature system. Installed two high efficiency, condensing boilers and dual temperature water circulating pumps for efficient cost and effective operation.
- Upgraded HVAC system in the administration building and gymnasium.
Greater Clark County Schools is located on the Ohio River in Southern Indiana, directly north of Louisville, Kentucky. Greater Clark County Schools is the twenty-first largest school district in the state of Indiana and serves approximately 11,000 students.