Quality of Indoor Air: How we could do better (and not just repeat past mistakes)
Join Andrew Marsh, BAS expert, and industry thought leader David Bearg to learn actionable strategies for providing a high IAQ – and ROI – in your buildings.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 · 11:00am PST / 2pm EST
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Maximize your staff
Get the most out of your current equipment
Protect your capital investments and avoid unexpected budget stress by keeping a pulse on your equipment health 24/7. With software that monitors thousands of pieces of equipment every 5 minutes, your team can adhere to equipment runtimes, proactively identify problems, and ultimately maximize your equipment’s lifetime.
“We can be more proactive and can catch issues within a week instead of things going on for maybe years before we discover that there’s a problem.”
Adam Kohler, UNH Campus Energy Manager
Keep your occupants comfortable
Reduce comfort complaints and resolve issues at the source instead of getting stuck in reactive mode, constantly putting out fires. Use actionable data to address underlying problems and keep your occupants happy.
“There is improved stratification across campus, and the rooms are heating much better. That is a huge improvement. It’s helped warm up rooms faster and thus shorten our possible start times.”
Rick Smith, Controls Technician at the University of Gonzaga
Hit energy goals
With the ability to prioritize cost savings opportunities, your team can identify low hanging fruit and make the highest impact changes first. Getting full visibility into all of your systems enables your team to hit energy goals in your building portfolio.
“The system provides avoided cost estimates to help us target the items with the biggest energy impact first.”
Adam Kohler,UNH Campus Energy Manager