EMCOR Construction Services Midwest performed an energy efficiency facility audit, followed by electrical and mechanical retrofit services for multiple facilities owned by the City of Lafayette.
The City is expected to save $48,526.00 each year over six years for a total projected savings of $291,156.00.
The City of Lafayette was seeking to define and implement an energy conservation and operating cost reduction plan while modernizing some of their facilities and infrastructure.
Following the recommendations from our efficiency audit, our scope of work included a number of repair and replacement services for both mechanical and electrical equipment across Lafayette.
We completed a full lighting retrofit at the 5th Street parking garage, replacing 88 metal halide fixtures with pendulum-mounted induction lighting fixtures.
At Fire Station #5, we provided an energy management upgrade, which included installing a cutting-edge, web-based direct digital control system for existing furnaces and condensing units. Additionally, we also updated bay lighting and performed garage door repairs at the firehouse.
Lastly, new pedhead assemblies were installed at multiple crosswalk intersections in the city.
Located in Tippecanoe County, Lafayette has a population of roughly 70,000. It is a university town and home to Purdue University.